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Karl Christensen and Erna Gunderson Christensen lived at 160 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Christensen was born on 10-15-1901,  and was a machinist for the L. C. Smith-Corona Typewriter Co.  Mrs. Christensen was born in Oslo, Norway, on 10-30-1910.  She worked 20 years as a secretary for the NYS Health Department.  The couple moved to Rock Hill, SC, and resided there when Mr. Christensen died in a Syracuse hospital on 7-24-1977.  Mrs. Christensen was a patient at the Loretto Rest facility at her death on 10-18-2002, at age 91.  They had:  Daniel Christensen, who was born about 1937, and lives in Fremont, and Diana Christensen, who was born in Buffalo, NY, on 1-1-1931, wed Dominick F. Tardio, and lived in Oran before her death on 10-12-2005.    

Kenneth Charles Chrysler and Glennis Ella Craw Chrysler lived on Ridge Rd. by 1948, and later moved to #4 West Rd.  Mr. Chrysler was born on 8-15-1923, and was a life long resident of the Pompey area.  Mrs. Chrysler was born on 9-28-1922, and grew up in Cowles Settlement, a tiny hamlet in Cortland County, NY.  The couple married on 4-22-1944, and together they owned and operated a trash removal business and a dairy farm for over 50 years.  Mrs. Chrysler died on 9-5-2006, and Mr. Chrysler died on 2-26-2008.  They had:  Beverly Jean Chrysler, who was 12 when she died on 6-6-1957, Nancy Jean Chrysler, who married a Mr. Redmond, and resides in TX, and Franklin Louie Chrysler, who wed Nancy Chrysler and Kristen Chrysler, operated the family trash removal business, and lived in Jamesville.

Ralph Morris Clapp and Bettie White Clapp lived on Sweet Rd. near Jamesville by 1948.  Mr. Clapp was born on 4-1-1919, and was a life resident of Pompey.  He was a dairy farmer, and held numerous positions in the Pompey United Church.  He was also active in civic affairs and the Dairymen's League.  Mrs. Clapp was born in Fabius on 2-28-1921, and the couple wed in September, 1942.  Like her husband, Mrs. Clapp was also very active in church and charitable causes. She was the volunteer secretary at Maplewood Cemetery for over 25 years, and a part-time correspondent for the Tully Times.  Mrs. Clapp died on 5-18-2000, and Mr. Clapp died on 4-9-2005.  They had:  Philip L. Clapp, who lived in Jamesville, and Wayne A. Clapp, who lived in Pompey.  Mr. Clapp's parents lived nearby, (see their listing below).

Roy Herbert Clapp and Inez Bodman Clapp lived on Sweet Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Clapp  was born in Pompey on 8-19-1889.  Mrs. Clapp was born on 4-18-1890, in Theresa, NY.  Mr. Clapp was a farmer and also did construction work.  He died 1-21-1963.  Mrs. Clapp was very active in the Pompey United Church, serving as a deaconess and Sunday School teacher.  She lived on Cemetery Rd. at her death on 2-18-1975.  They had:  Helen Mary Clapp, who was born on 4-14-1915, wed Ralph Bays, was a life resident of Pompey, and died there 3-18-2007, at age 91, and Ralph M. Clapp, (see his listing above).  The Clapps and their neighbors in Pompey were the victims of a record snow storm in March, 1940.  Drifts about 35 feet tall made the roads to market impassable and necessitated the dumping of milk by Mr. Clapp and the area's other dairy farmers.

Grace Arnold Clark lived at 136 W. Seneca St. by 1948.   Mrs. Clark was born in PA about 1874, and was the widow of Lewis E. Clark, whom she married about 1895.  Mr. Clark was born about 1870, and, for many years, operated a grocery and meat market in Greene, NY.  Mrs. Clark died 9-4-1951.  They had:  Louis A. Clark, (see his listing below), and Ruth A. Clark, who was born about 1898.

Louis A. Clark and Genevieve Hale Clark lived at 103 Sweet Cherry St. by 1948.  Mr. Clark was born on 11-9-1901, and was a native of Binghamton, NY.  He graduated from Syracuse University in 1926, and lived in Greene, NY, and Glens Falls, NY, before moving to Manlius in 1945.  Mr. Clark was a store manager for the S. S. Kresge Co., and later was a manufacturer's representative for various dry good lines.  Mrs. Clark was born in Manlius on 5-29-1904.  She was a 1927 graduate of Syracuse, and taught home economics when the family lived in Greene.  The couple married in June, 1929.  Mr. Clark died in Lakeland, FL, on 3-15-1993, at age 91, and Mrs. Clark died on 1-17-1999, at age 94.  They had:  Judith Clark, who was a medical secretary, wed Roger Wolfe, and lived in Pittsford, NY, (her twin), Justine Clark, who served in the WAF, married David Butler, and lived in Willimantic, CT, and Marilyn Clark Fischer, who lived in Penfield, NY.  See the listing below for Mrs. Clark's father, George Henry Hale.

Donald Clinton Clayman and Julia Margaret Clayman lived on St. John Avenue by 1948.  Mr. Clayman was born on 6-22-1912, in Rochester Junction, in the town of Mendon, NY.  He graduated from high school in 1929, and then spent two years at Manlius Military Academy before graduating from Cornell University in 1935.  Mr. Clayman then joined the Army and was at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attacked.  He was transferred to the ETO, fought with the infantry in North Africa, Italy, France and Germany, and was awarded eleven Purple Hearts, the Distinguished Service Cross, several Bronze Stars and Silver Stars, the French Croix de Guerre and the Legion of Honor.  His service and heroism led to his eventual promotion to Brigadier General.  He served in Korea and at the Pentagon before retiring from the service and returning to Manlius where he taught military science.   When Brig. Gen. Clayman retired from the Academy, the family moved to Virginia Beach, Va.  He died on 8-6-1987, and was buried next to Mrs. Clayman in Arlington National Cemetery.  Mrs. Clayman was born on 6-7-1914, and died on 5-8-1985.  They had:  Donna Clayman Forrester, who was born on 9-29-1946, and lived in Norfolk, VA, at her death on 7-4-2000, and Judith Clayman, who was born about 1941, wed Gene A. Mitchell, and lived in Virginia Beach. 

Benjamin J. Clemens and Grace Penniman Clemens lived on Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  They lived in Hampshire, MA, before moving to Syracuse about 1935.  Mr. Clemens was born in East Syracuse about 1891, and worked as an elevator operator and sexton before retiring from Syroco, where he was a diecaster.  Mrs. Clemens was born in VT about 1895, and died on 10-14-1954.  Mr. Clemens died on 2-24-1975, while residing in North Syracuse.  They had:  Irene Grace Clemens, who was born about 1912, married George Horton, and lived in Canastota, NY, Hattie Elizabeth Clemens, who was born about 1914, married James Kimber and lived in Orlando, FL, a daughter who wed Patrick Fortino and lived in Syracuse, and Bernard E. Clemens, who was born in Boston on 3-12-1922, and was KIA in North Africa on 3-24-1943, while serving with the Army infantry in WWII.  The surname of this family is often rendered as "Clemons," in various old records.

Elmer E. Clemons, and his mother, Minnie Fulmer Clemons, lived at 112 North St. by 1928, and at 109 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Clemons was born in Manlius on 6-9-1897, and served in the AAF during WWII.  He was a machine operator for the Precision Castings Co., and was also a cabinet maker.  Mr. Clemons was briefly wed to Veronica L. Clemons, but the couple separated in 1929, and Mrs. Clemons moved to the Bronx, NY.  Mr. Clemons served as the historian for the Town of Manlius before his death on 1-20-1954.  Minnie Clemons was born in 1871.  She was the widow of Oliver R. Clemons, and worked as a housekeeper.  Oliver Clemons was born in 1868, and owned a liquor store and cafe.  He died near Pompey on 4-10-1934.  Mrs. Clemons died on 10-6-1957.  In addition to Elmer, Mr. and Mrs. Clemons had:  Harry O. Clemons, (see his listing below).  The distribution of Elmer Clemon's estate, estimated to be worth $8,500, became the subject of litigation when his widow, Veronica, who at first renounced her right to the estate, changed her mind and successfully petitioned to receive the funds.

Harry O. Clemons and Lottie Shephard Clemons lived at 304 East Seneca St. by 1938, and at 107 Franklin St. by 1948. Mr. Clemons was born on 5-31-1892, and was a native of Manlius.  He was the son of Oliver R. and Minnie Clemons, (see their listing above).  Following their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Clements, and their son, Robert, lived at 320 Madison St. in Syracuse, while Mr. Clemons worked as a laborer for the NYS prison system.  Later he worked as a furniture finisher for the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mr. Clemons died on 6-17-1973.  Mrs. Clemons was born on 10-19-1890, and was a native of Syracuse.  She died on 11-1-1975, while residing at 252 East Genesee St. in Chittenango.  They had:  Robert P. Clemons, (see his listing below), and Vivian Louise Clemons, who was born in Syracuse on 3-12-1922, worked at the Victory Market in Fayetteville, married Anthony Magliocca on 9-10-1938, and John G. German, lived in Chittenango 40 years before moving to the Crossings in Minoa in 2005, and died on 1-30-2007. 

Robert P. Clemons and Doris Gray Clemons lived at 227 East Seneca St. by 1948, at 219 East Seneca St. by 1954, in Syracuse by 1956, and in Canastota by 1975.  The parents of Mr. Clemons, and his brother, Elmer Clemons, also lived in Manlius, (see the two listings directly above).  Mr. Clemons was born on 2-4-1913.  He was a ham radio operator, and a factory worker and painter.  He retired from the Gray Syracuse Co.  Mrs. Clemons was born on 8-15-1914, and worked many years for the Thermold Corp.  Mr. Clemons died on 9-20-1990, and Mrs. Clemons died on 1-26-1992.  They had:  Robert E. Clemons, who was born about 1934, served in the USN, and resided in Chittenango, David W. Clemons, who was born about 1937, was in the USAF, and lived in Dale City, VA, and Ronald C. Clemons, who was born about 1938, served in the Army, and lived in Jamesville.

Robert L. Cleveland and Irma Leonard Cleveland lived at 401 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Cleveland was born on 11-15-1909, and was a production engineer.  The family soon moved from Manlius and lived in Corning, Cortland, and other small cities in upstate NY.  Mr. Cleveland died in October, 1981, while the couple resided in Hammonsport, NY.  Mrs. Cleveland, who was born on 3-20-1910, resided in Norwich, NY, at her death on 2-11-2000.  They had:  Robert L. Cleveland, Jr., who graduated from Cortland State Teachers College, wed Antonette C. James on 7-3-1965, and lived in Corning, and a daughter.

Nellie Kutzera Clifford lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mrs. Clifford was born on 5-28-1910, and was a native of Geneseo, ND.  She came to Manlius as a child, and later worked 50 years as a filer/trimmer at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Clifford was very active in St. Ann's Church and was president of its Altar and Rosary Society. She died on 2-8-1994.  She had:  Josephine C. "Jodi" Clifford, who was born about 1935, was a typist, and still lives in the old family home on Pompey Center Rd., and Marie E. Clifford, who was born about 1936, wed Anthony L.  Maring in 1958, and also lives near Pompey.  See the listing for Peter Kutzera.

Thomas J. Clute and Mary Louise Wescott Clute lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948, and at 15 Tyler Ct. by 1969.  Mr. Clute was born in Syracuse on 4-23-1925, and served in WWII.  He worked as the data processing supervisor for the Allied Chemical Co.  Mr. and Mrs. Clute married on 4-28-1946.  Mr. Clute was a deacon in the FBC of Manlius prior to his death on 9-7-1972.   They had:  Alfred Allen Clute, and Christopher J. Clute, who was born about 1951, and graduated from Morrisville State Agricultural and Technical College in 1971.

William Anacious Clyne and Anne Spencer Clyne lived on the Jamesville Rd. (West Seneca Turnpike), by 1948.  Mr. Clyne was born in Philadelphia, PA on 6-8-1919, and served in the Army dduring WWII.  He worked as a stock room manager and supervisor for the Carrier Corp., retiring in 1981 with 36 years of service. Mrs. Clyne was born on 10-2-1916, in Fayetteville.  She earned a bachelor's and master's degree from Syracuse University and was a County and State social worker.  She traveled widely and was an advocate for animal welfare.  Mr. Clyne died on 6-21-2000, and Mrs. Clyne moved to Oswego, NY, and lived there at her death on 3-23-2008, at age 91.  They had:  Michael W. Clyne, who was born about 1944, graduated from Gettysburg College in 1966, married Marilyn Herbert, and was a physical education teacher in Oswego, and Edith Rebecca Clyne, who graduated from Hartwick College, was commissioned in the USN, married Kerry Dunnich Greene on 8-20-1977, and lives in Carlsbad, CA.

John Jay Cody and Eva Elnora Daignault Cody lived at 132 1/2 West Seneca St. by 1948, on the Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1954, and later lived in Fayetteville.  Mr. Cody was born on 3-7-1926, and was a bookkeeper for the Carmen Supply Co.  Mrs. Cody was born on 11-2- 1926, and was a native of Chittenango.  She was a secretary for the Precision Castings Co., and lived at 114 Cashin Dr. in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Cody resided in a nursing home in Syracuse at her death from Multiple Sclerosis on 3-3-1982.  Mr. Cody died on 6-7-1974, in Hillsborough, FL.

Carlton S. Cole and Eleanor Cole moved to 501 Pleasant St., from Baltimore, MD, in 1946, and left Manlius by 1954. Mr. Cole's parents, George H. Cole and Rene Cole also lived in Manlius, (see their listing below).  Mr. Cole was born in 1919, and attended Clarkson College.  He was a draftsman, and Mrs. Cole was a Registered Nurse.  They had:  Donald Cole, Janice Cole, and at least one other daughter.

George Hartwell Cole and Olive Powell Cole moved to Pleasant St. a few months after their wedding on 7-2-1941, and at 500 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Cole was born in Manlius on 10-18-1889, and attended Syracuse University, graduating about 1912.  Mr. Cole was a lawyer.  He was married previously to Rene H. Cole, and they lived on Smith St., and on Waverly Ave. in the University section of Syracuse.   Rene Cole was born about 1889, and she married Mr. Cole about 1915.  Olive Powell was a native of Lenoir, NC, and wed Mr. Cole in Kansas City, MO, on 7-2-1941.  George and Rene Cole had:  Georgene Cole, who was born about 1917, and lived in Watertown, NY, Carlton Cole, (see his listing above), and Nedward Cole, who was born in 1928.   On 5-3-1913, while still a young lawyer, Mr. Cole was investigating a post office elevator on behalf of a law firm in Buffalo, when his left hand was accidentally severed.  He had the presence of mind to remain calm and alert while he tied a knot in his handkerchief and applied it to his hand to stop the flow of blood, probably preventing his death.  Ironically, the investigation that brought Mr. Cole to the post office involved the accidental loss of a foot by one of the workers who installed the same elevator.  Mr. Cole figured prominently in a highly publicized legal mystery.  He was executor of the will of a Fayetteville man, Augustus Pettis, who died in 1918 after making a death bed statement about a secret marriage.  He desired that a child born during this marriage but deserted at birth, should receive his estate.  There were a number of young women who came forward to claim the funds and the 1-21-1919 edition of the Binghamton Press carried the story of one such claimant, Margaret Daisy McNeil Pettis.  The article reads:

Syracuse, Jan. 21—The missing heir to the Pettls fortune has been found, and with this discovery the mystery of a
young glrl's life story has been cleared up on the eve of her wedding.  By an amazing chain of circumstances, the reproduction of the photograph of the woman whom Augustus Pettis of Fayetteville married In his youth and whose memory he cherished for twenty years after she was in her grave, was brought to the notice of a girl so startllngly like the portrait that all who beheld it stared in wonder.  And the girl's name Is Marie Pettis.  All that she has known of herself Is that name and the fact that she had been told that her moiher died when she was born.  In her Infancy she was placed In an orphan asylum and when she was a child she was taken by a family who bestowed their name upon her, who brought her up to be as good and as sweet as she was lovely.  And she has longed to know who she was but not the slightest clew to her Identity was In her possession.  As she grew into womanhood she had suitors, of course.  And to one of them she gave her heart and promised her hand.  Tomorrow Is to be her wedding day.  On Friday, last, came the amazlng surprise.  It was in the village of Astoria, L. I., that Mary had been brought up from childhood to womanhood.  The New York papers reach there early In the morning.  And long before noon on Friday one of Marie's girl friends sought her out.  "Oh, Marie, see!" she cried, "Here, is your picture.  And you are an heiress."  Marie looked at the picture of the girl with curling hair in the old-fashioned white gowns with its high collar. Then she looked in the glass.  Allowing for the difference in the dress, the portrait might have been that of the girl herself.  Then she read the story of the search that George H. Cole was making for Augustus Pettis' daughter—the story of the man who had been thought to be a bachelor all his life and of the portrait that had hung on the wall of the best parlor of the old .homestead and the photograph which had been tenderly laid away. She read of the Fayettevlile man's acknowledgment made near the end of his life that he had been married and that he had deserted his baby girl, whose life had cost that of her young mother, because he had loved his wife so dearly that he could not bear even to look on their child.  In the course of the morning others brought the newspaper and the picture to Marie.  Her fiance was called on the telephone and was bidden to look at it.  The Rev. A. Rafaele Choissi, pastor of the Church of Our Lady, of Mount Carmel, where the girl worships, became Interested in the matter.  It was Father Choissi whosuggested taking up the case with Mr. Cole and telling him about the little Long Island girl, whose name when she was a baby was Marie Pettis and whose face was the face of Augustus Pettis' dead wife.  Father Chiossi (sic) called his friend, Father De Santls at Troy and asked him to get In immediate touch with Mr. Cole at Syracuse and tell him about Marie and the uewspaper picture.  Father De Santjs called Mr. Cole and did his friend's bidding.  He said that in his opinion Marie was undoubtedly the missing heiress, that she was to be married today and that he would be glad to have Mr. Cole come to New York at once.  Not content with this Father Chiossi wrote the Rev. Bernard A. Stack of Fayettevllle, and asked him to locate Mr. Cole, and ask him to try and supply some clue which might connect Marie and the picture.  Father Stack phoned Mr. Cole and also mailed Father Choissi's letter to hlm at Manllus. It will not be received until Monday.  The little city of Brockville, Out., is on tiptoe with excitement In regard to the missing heiress. Many of the older residents there remember Augustus Pettis well, but none of them knew that he had been married. The marriage records of Brockville have been sought in vain for the certificate of Augustus Pettis, without result, but this is not remarkable when the fact is taken In consideration that prior to the passage of the marriage license law Catholic clergymen rarely filed marriage certlficates and It would appear very probable that the Fayetteville farmer married a French Canadian girl, who would without doubt have been a Catholic.

Jesse Stanley Cole and Marion S. Cole lived at 169 West Seneca St. by 1948, having resided previously at 139 West Brighton Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Cole was born on 9-11-1899, and was a native of Tupper Lake, NY.  As a young man he lived in Syracuse and was a bell boy at the Truax Hotel, before coming to Manlius about 1937.  He spent 18 years as an assembler and maintenance worker for the Lenox Furnace Co.  Mrs. Cole was born on 3-27-1905, and the couple wed about 1923.  She worked for Precision Castings Co., the Cavalry Club, and for the Stearns Lawnmower Co.  Mr. Cole died on 12-29-1963, and Mrs. Cole died on 6-20-1985.  They had:  Harry L. Cole, who was born in July, 1932, served in the USN, and lived in Chittenango.

Leonard S. Cole and Delia Reed Cole lived at 305 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Cole was born on 5-26-1903.  He was a farmer on land near Cazenovia, and later worked as a carpenter.   Mrs. Cole was born in Watervale in 1903, and died on 10-16-1958.  Following Mrs. Cole's death, Mr. Cole wed Rachel MacClenthen, a life resident of the Manlius area. The second Mrs. Cole was born on 9-11-1902, and graduated from Syracuse University.  She was a teacher in Eagle Village, and, later taught for the East Syracuse-Minoa school district.  Mr. Cole died on 11-29-1983, and Rachel Cole died on 11-5-1989.

Mary Elizabeth Greenfield Cole lived at 114 Fayette St. by 1948   Mrs. Cole was born in Bancroft, Canada, about  1875, and came to CNY about 1881.  She was the widow of Willard S. Cole, whom she wed about 1894.  Mr. Cole was born on 7-4-1873, and worked as a farmer and a carpenter.  They lived near Cazenovia and Pompey, and resided on the Jamesville Rd. by 1930.  Mr. Cole died on 1-21-1945.  Mrs. Cole was very active in the Manlius Methodist Church prior to her death on 12-2-1959.  They had:  Lola S. Cole, who was born about 1897, taught music, married Elmer Crossett in November, 1919, and Dr. J. Harold Scholz in July, 1934, and lived at 2605 South Salina St. in Syracuse at her death on 12-23-1935, and Leonard S. Cole, (see his listing above).

Richard P. Cole and Millie Parry Cole resided on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Cole was born on 6-13-1886 in Bournemouth, England.  He came to America in 1911, and served wth the Canadian Army in WWI.  At some point prior to 1920, Mr. Cole was married and divorced.  He resided in Manilius when he married Mrs. Cole about 1921, and worked as a carpenter.  Mr. Cole died 2-11-1950.  Mrs. Cole was born about 1889, and was previously wed to a Mr. Purce, by whom she had a son, Harold J. Purce, born about 1912.  Mrs. Cole lived at 333 Gifford St. in Syracuse when she died on 6-29-1969.  

David Francis Collin and Kathleen Farrell Collin lived at 154 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Collin was born about 1901, and was a member of a pioneering Fayetteville family.  He worked as a real estate broker.  Mr. Collin was president  of the Lions Club, where he was a charter member.  Mrs. Collin was born in Seneca Falls, NY, on 12-1-1911, and the couple came to Manlius about 1934.  She was the postmistress for the Manlius Military Academy and also was in the antique business.  Mr. Collin died on 4-16-1962.  Mrs. Collin died on 12-3-1984.  They had:  David Collin, who served in the USN,  and lived in Landenburg, PA, Cameron W. Collin, Sr., who was born about 1939, was married to Lucinda Chapman from 1964 to 1984, operated a jewelry store in Manlius, and lived at 4945 Fayetteville-Manlius Road at his death on 5-22-1988, and Kathleen Collin who was born about 1936, wed Ronald C. Phelps, and lived in Burnt Hills, NY.

Dora Keyser Collins lived at 514 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mrs. Collins was born about 1922, and was an office worker.  She married Durward R. Powers on 7-6-1949, and they moved to East Syracuse.  Following Mr. Powers' retirement as NYC stationmaster, the couple moved to FL, and he died in Ft. Myers on 5-30-2003, at age 96.  Mr. and Mrs. Collins had:  Timothy R. Collins, who lives in Craryville, NY,  and William J. Collins, who was born about 1943, and lives in Vero Beach, FL.

Stanley E. Collins and Marie Meagher Collins lived at 303 North St. by 1948, and moved by 1952.  Mr. Collins was born about 1905, and was a native of Newark, NJ.  He worked as a die caster and punch press operator at the Precision Castings Co. for 37 years.  Mrs. Collins was born on 12-13-1903, and was a native of Fayetteville.  She was a nurse's aide at the Holden Nursing Home in Minoa for 13 years.  The family moved to Minoa about 1955, and resided at 411 Hulbert St. when Mr. Collins died on 1-25-1968, and when Mrs. Collins died on 4-26-1995, at age 91.  They had:  Nancy Louise Collins, who was born in April, 1937, wed Manning Douglas Miller, and lived in Fayetteville.

Cora Phelps Swanner Colucci lived at 103 Franklin St. by 1948, Greenridge Dr. by 1954, and later lived on Garrett Dr.  Mrs. Colucci was born on 5-23-1904, and was a life resident of Manlius.  She married Joel Swanner, a veteran of WWI, about 1920, and they lived at 517 Pleasant St.  Mr. Swanner was a native of TX, and was born about 1890.  He was a foundry laborer and died suddenly at home on 2-28-1937.  The coroner's verdict was that he died of "acute alcoholism."  On 5-24-1937, Mrs. Swanner wed Louis Colucci, of Syracuse.  He worked many years at Mann's Food Store in Syracuse.  Mrs. Colucci died on 7-23-1988.  She and Mr. Swanner had:  Marguerite "Rita" Swanner, who was born on 6-1-1921,  wed Joseph Rolince, Jr., on 6-1-1940, and later a Mr. Meanor, worked as a secretary at GE, lived in Rochester, and, later, in Ballston Lake, NY, and Robert Swanner, who was born about 1924, and died on 7-18-1936.   Mrs. Colucci's family also lived in Manlius, (see the listing for Leonard Gaudio). 

Frank A. Combs, Sr., and Mary Crumb Combs lived at 305 East Seneca St. by 1943, and at 124 Greenridge Dr. by 1954.   Mr. Combs was born on 5-7-1904, and was a life resident of Manlius.  He became a barber when he was about 18, and operated his own shop.  Mrs. Combs was born in Peterboro on 8-16-1905, and was a sales clerk at  Weber's Department Store, in Manlius.  Mr. Combs died on 7-26-1953, and Mrs. Combs later married Earl Combs.  She died on 7-23-1999, at age 93.  Frank and Mary Combs had:  Donald Scott Combs, who was a mason, and lived in New Woodstock, Betty Jane Combs, who was a stenographer, wed Henry W. Morley, and resided in Madison, NY, William F. "Stub" Combs, who lived in Manlius, Frank Combs, Jr., who married Irene Snyder, lived in Cazenovia, and Winfield "Skip" Combs, who was born 9-7-1935 in Manlius, was a quality control foreman at the Precision Castings Co., served in Korea with the USN, wed Theresa Grevelding about 1956, and resided at 107 Hills St. in Chittenango at his death on 12-8-2004.  About December, 1943, Mr. Combs, who was then 39 years old and the father of five children from four to 17 years old, decided to close his barber shop and do his part in the war effort.  He passed his physical, and along with his oldest son, Donald, he enlisted in the USN.

Winfield Scott Combs and Arvilla Potter Eastwood Combs lived at 112 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Combs was born in Chittenango Falls 4-25-1876, and came to Manlius about 1887.  He married Carrie Lucille Sutherland on 2-18-1902.  She was born in Pompey on 1-31-1879, and they resided at 310 Fayette St. at her death on 5-24-1927.  In the early 1930's, Mr. Combs married Arvilla Potter Eastwood, a widow.  She was born about 1877, and died on 2-26-1967.  Mr. Combs was a foreman at the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 3-6-1958.  By a previous marriage, Carrie Combs had:  Earl W. Combs, who was born about 1899, was a native of Delphi Falls, married Sylvia Combs and Mary Crumb Combs, served in the USN during WWI and the Army in WWII, was an interior decorator for Skeele Builders, Inc., and resided at 212 Robinson St. in Syracuse at his death on 3-11-1983.  Winfield and Carrie Combs had:  Cecil S. Combs of Manlius, who was born on 7-25-1908, and lived at 5 Staple St. in Glens Falls at his death on 9-20-1984, Pearl Arlene Combs, who was born on 8-12-1905, wed William Young, and lived in Queensbury, NY, at her death on 10-14-1997, and Nettie Combs, who married Adelbert Root, and lived in Manlius.  Mr. Combs' middle name appears as Stacey on many records, (and was his father's given name), but he signed his WWI draft registration card on 9-12-1918, as "Winfield Scott Combs." 

Bart M. Connelly and Mary Maloney Connelly lived at 130 Washington St. by 1948, and moved to Fayetteville about 1953, where they lived at 210 East Genesee St. by 1968, and at 132 East Genesee St. by 1974.  Mr. Connelly was born on 6-7-1909, and was a native of Manlius.  He was a machinist at an iron foundry before entering the insurance business and eventually becoming the president of the Martin H. Doyle  Insurance Agency.  Mrs. Connelly was born on 11-26-1912, and died on 3-29-2001.  Mr. Connelly died 8-29-1974.  They had:  Martin M. Connelly, who resided in Syracuse, Bart J. Connelly, who lived in Rocky River, OH, Michael J. Connelly, who was born on 4-5-1946, served with the USN in Vietnam and was shot to death in Miami, FL, on 1-22-1972, Mary Alice Connelly, who wed John D. Ryan, and lived in Cortland, NY, and Maureen Connelly, who married Richard Lee, and lived in Buffalo, NY.  According to a contemporary Syracuse newspaper account, Michael Connelly was killed, "while attempting to quell a disturbance in a restaurant of which he was manager and part owner.  

Cyril Robert Conway and Julia Ann Sernicky Conway lived at 123 Washington St. by 1948, and moved to 2 West Pleasant St. in 1949.  Mr. Conway was a native of Pompey, and was born on 12-10-1911.  He came to Manlius about 1938, and was a laborer at the Blixt and Johnson Co.  He died on 11-2-1956.  Mrs. Conway was born in Syracuse on 10-16-1919, and the couple married on 7-31-1936, in Jamesville.  She retired in 1985 after 25 years as a machine operator for Bristol Laboratories.  Following Mr. Conway's death, Mrs. Conway moved to Brandon, FL, and married Herbert A. Parks on 11-22-1980.  She died in FL on 8-15-1988.  Mr. and Mrs. Conway had:  Robert P. Conway, who lived in Oldsmar, FL, and Richard Cyril Conway, who was born on 8-8-1940, lived in DeRuyter, NY, was a splicer for the Verizon Corp., and died on 8-29-2004.

Alton Baudette Cook and Mary Charles Cook lived on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Cook was born on 10-2-1905, and was a native of Norwich, NY.  He was a refrigeration technician for the school of forestry at Syracuse University.  Mr. Cook was wed earlier to Vera Deroche.  She was born on 8-26-1903, and the couple wed in Sidney, NY, on 3-28-1925.  Mary Cook was born about 1910, and died on 11-20-1971.  Mr. Cook later married Dorothy Cook, and they had lived in FL 18 months when he died in Zephyr Hills on 1-26-1979.  Mr. Cook and Vera Cook had:  Alton "Bruce" Cook, who was born in North Norwich, NY, on 5-28-1928, served in WWII, married Joyce M. Crawford in Mexico, NY, on 9-9-1947, was a stonemason who built many natural stone fireplaces, moved to Pulaski, NY, in 1953, and died on 4-8-1989, Louise Cook Marcus, who lived in Glen Cove, NY, and Geraldine Cook, who wed Donald Sanderson, and resided in Broderick, CA.  Alton and Mary Cook had:  Thomas Alton Cook, who graduated from Syracuse University, worked as a mechanical service engineer, married Barbara Lee Becker in 1972, and resided in Manlius, and William Ralph Cook, who lived in Norman, OK.  

Joseph A. Cook and Esther Miller Cook lived on the Oran-Gulf Rd. by 1923.  Mr. Cook was born about 1899, and was a native of Covington, PA.  He served in the USMC during WWI, and then operated a dairy farm.  When he retired, Mr. Cook was a guard for the General Electric Corp.  He died on 7-6-1975.  Mrs. Cook was born on 5-28-1901.  She was a graduate of the Oswego Normal School and was a tax collector for the town of Pompey.  Mrs. Cook was a life long resident of the Manlius area, and died on 4-6-1993, at age 91.  At her death, Mrs. Cook was the oldest member of the Oran Community Church--an institution she served many years as secretary and where Mr. Cook was a trustee.  They had:  Robert Cook, who was a farmer, and later resided in Rochester, NY,  Melvin Cook, who lived in NC, Louise Cook, who was born in Oran about 1923, married Charles Carver about 1953, resided at 3901 Pompey Center Rd. at her death on 11-19-2001, Neal M. Cook, who was born about 1934, was a member of the US Signal Corps, and lived in FL, and Bruce Cook, who lived in Manlius.

Jennie Horton Cookhouse lived on the Oran-Eagle Village Rd. by 1947.  Mrs. Cookhouse was born about 1888.  She was a housewife, and the widow of Fred A. Cookhouse.  Mr. Cookhouse was born about 1879, and died on 10-15-1947.  Mrs. Cookhouse died on 5-11-1955.  They had:  Frederick A. Cookhouse, who was born on 7-18-1919, worked for the Oneida Silverware Co., married Nina Cookhouse, resided in Canastota, and died on 12-21-1985, Clinton L. Cookhouse, Sr., who served in WWII, married Ruth Cookhouse, was a carpenter, lived in Manlius, and died on 2-28-1994, Ruth Edna Cookhouse, who was born about 1912, married Benjamin Combes and Earl Turnbull, managed a family sanitation business, and lived in Norwich, NY, at her death on 10-20-1991, Verna M. Cookhouse, who married Donald F. Cypher on 11-1-1947, and lived in Canastota, and Vera Cookhouse, who was born about 1915, married Andrew T. Kulik, worked for the Smith-Corona Typewriter Co, and resided in Ocala, FL, at her  death on 10-17-1991.  Ruth Cookhouse Combes Turnbull was survived by seven sons and seven daughters, 45 grandchildren, and 27 great-grandchildren.

William Harrison Coon and Winifred Nellis Coon lived in Manlius by 1928, and on East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Coon was born on 8-26-1898, and was a lineman and foreman at the Niagara-Mohawk Power Corp.  Mrs. Coon was born about 1900, and the couple wed about 1924.  She died on 8-29-1952.  By 1954, Mr. Coon was married to Beatrice Ethel Parker Coon, a native of Montezuma, NY.  She was wed previously to a Mr. Parker, by whom she had a son, Leon Parker, who lived in Auurn, NY.  Mrs. Parker-Cook died in Manlius on 12-13-1955.  Mr. Coon died in FL on 2-19-1977.  He and Winifred Coon had:  Grace Coon, who was born in April, 1927, married Franklin Adelbert Mapstone, and resides in Waynesboro, VA, Harrison N. Coon, who was born about 1932, wed Kathryn Coon, and resides in Vero Beach, FL, and Richard L. Coon, who was born on 3-25-1933, married Bonnie V. Petersen about 1959, and lived in Syracuse at his death on 9-6-2008.

Paul O. Coon and Jane Evans Coon lived in Watervale by 1948, and later lived at 308 Palmer Dr. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Coon was born in Syracuse about 1919, and served in the USN in WWII.  He was  a milk salesman for the Dairylea Co., and also operated an antique clock repair business. a service station on Thompson Rd. in Syracuse, and a hardware store in Lyncourt.  Mrs. Coon was born in Syracuse on 2-14-1920,and the couple wed on 10-5-1936.  Mr. Coon died on 10-20-2000, and Mrs. Coon died on 7-19-2011, at age 91. They had:  David Coon, who lmarried Patricia "Patti" Coon, and lived in Chittenango, Timothy Coon, who worked at Western Electric Co, wed Judith Anne Lynch on 9-24-1960, and lived in Chittenango, Paul Michael Coon, who worked at Bristol Laboratories, wed Carole Rosanne Rolfe on 6-25-1966, and lived in Fayetteville, and Eric Coon, who married Judith Coon, and lived in Lyncourt.

Claude Bert Cooper lived on Rt. 20 by 1948.  Mr. Cooper was born in Manlius 3-31-1886, and grew up in the Pompey area.  He was a farmer there, and in Liverpool and Vernon, NY.  Mr. Cooper was married to Grace E. Cooper about 1911.  Mrs. Cooper was born about 1886, and died in 1949.  Mr. Cooper died on 1-27-1958, while residing in Liverpool. They had:  Lucius Alfred Cooper, who was born about 1912, served in WWII, was a self-employed salesman, moved to Riverton, WY about 1955, and died there on 2-27-1966, Lyda Cooper, who was born on 10-25-1918, married James F. Dale, Sr., worked as a butcher, and lived in Pompey at her death on 2-21-1997, and Claude A. Cooper, who was born about 1922, wed Arlene Mae Beans, was a crane operator with the General Crushed Stone Co., resided in the Fabius area for 45 years, and died on 11-24-1993,  

Ernest W. Cooper and Maude Kellogg Cooper lived briefly on West Seneca St. by 1948.  They lived earlier in Erieville and moved to 102 South St. in Fayetteville by 1930.  Mr. Cooper was born on 7-27-1873, and was a farmer and a laborer.  Mrs. Cooper was born about 1879, and was a native of Georgetown.  The couple married about 1898.  Mr. Cooper died 7-14-1950, and Mrs. Cooper died on 12-10-1959, while living at 104 South St. in Fayetteville.  They had:  Ferris E. "Mike" Cooper, who was born on 7-15-1910, worked as a handyman and peddler, and lived with his brother, Kenneth, at 104 South St., at his death on 8-5-1979, Garrett A. Cooper, who was born in Erieville 8-24-1915, married Edna Brennan and Alma Salisbury, worked for the Stickley Furniture Co. and Precision Castings, and lived in Pulaski, NY, at his death on 5-26-1979, Kenneth B. Cooper, who was born 8-2-1903, married Ruth Parry about 1926, was yard foreman for the Stickley Furniture Co., and died on 11-26-1989, Carl J. Cooper, who was born on 12-30-1905, married Roslyn Sweet, was a plumber's assistant for the Brignall Plumbing Co., and lived at 206 Seymour St. in Syracuse at his death on 5-24-1981, Harold A. Cooper, (see his listing below), Ellsmore R. Cooper, who was born about 1901, and lived in Baltimore, and Nettie Elizabeth Cooper, who was born about 1912, and wed Leonard Darling, of Fabius, on 4-20-1927, and a Mr. Newell, and lived in Liverpool, NY.  It is possible that Mr. and Mrs. Cooper also had:  Wilda Cooper, and Marilyn Cooper, who was a bookkeeper.

Harold A. Cooper and Marie Smith Cooper lived at 107 Mill St. by 1948, and later lived at 106 Warren St. in Fayetteville. Mr. Cooper was born in 1908, and was a set-up man for the Precision Castings Co. Mrs. Cooper retired from the Magnavox Corp.  Mr. Cooper's parents, Ernest and Maude Cooper, also lived in Manlius, (see their listing above).  Mr. and Mrs. Cooper were life residents of the Manlius area.  They had:  Jeanne M. Cooper, who wed Hart, and resided in Cazenovia, Harold Cooper, Jr., who lived in Fayetteville, Barbara Cooper, who married Douglas Westcott, and lived in Morrisville, NY, William Cooper, who resided in Manlius, James Cooper, who lived in Weatherford, TX, and Lynn A. Cooper, who graduated from Morrisville Agricultural and Technical College in 1969. 

Raymond Edward Cooper, Sr., and Mary Senior Cooper lived on Highbridge Rd. by 1948, having resided earlier in Herkimer, NY.  Mr. Cooper was born in Cato, NY, on 10-12-1890, and was a self-employed manufacturing chemist, and, later, a cheese manufacturer.  Mrs. Cooper was born about 1886, and the couple wed about 1913.  Mr. Cooper moved to Milford, CT, about 1961, and resided there at his death on 1-18-1974.  They had:  Raymond Cooper, Jr., who was born on 9-29-1920, married Marianne Cooper, worked as a metalsmith, also moved to Milford, CT, but resided in Fort Myers, FL, at his death on 10-26-2009.  He and his wife had three children.   

Andrew G. Cordell and Velma Ruby Whaley Cordell lived on the Oran Station Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Cordell was born in Clockville on 2-18-1902.  He farmed in the Clockville and Fenner area before spending 25 years as a yard worker at the Stickley Furniture Co.  Mr. Cordell lived with his sister, Ida Cordell Welch, in Sandy Creek for three years before his death on 1-9-1982.  Mrs. Cordell was born on 12-27-1905, in Onondaga Hill, NY, and wed Mr. Cordell on 1-3-1923, in Nelson, NY. She later lived in Canastota and on Buyea Rd. in Morrisville.  At her death on 4-4-2003, Ruby Whaley Cordell had 31 grandchildren, 62 great- grandchildren, and 23 great-great-grandchildren.  Mr. and Mrs. Cordell had:  Andrew G. Cordell, Jr., who was born on 3-21-1924, in Clockville, was a farmer and worked for the town of Lincoln, married Emma Newton, and died on 9-30-1990, Shirley Cordell, who was born about 1935, married Thomas E. Mouck, lived in Fulton, NY, and died on 10-30-1982, Leonard "Bud" Cordell, who was born about 1924, and lived in Concord, NC, Richard H. Cordell, who was born on 2-23-1927, served in the USN during WWII, married Sharon Phyllis White in Montrose, PA, on 2-23-1961, worked as an operating engineer for 33 years, lived in Sandy Creek, NY, and died on 11-4-2003, Mildred Cordell Webb, who was born in 1929, and resided in Peterboro, and Agnes Cordell, who married Paul Fonda, Sr., and lived in Fulton.  

Henry Wheelhouse Coryell and Bessie Cass Coryell lived at 110 Academy St. by 1946, after residing at the corner of Homewood Dr. and West Genesee St. in Fayetteville by 1942.  Mr. Coryell was born in PA on 9-29-1886, and was a farmer in Tompkins County, NY, before becoming a serviceman and plant manager for the Dairymen's League.  Mrs. Coryell was a native of N. Orwell, PA, and was born about 1887.  Mr. Coryell died in May, 1957, and Mrs. Coryell died in August, 1960.  They had:  Catherine Cora Coryell, who was born on 6-12-1916, graduated from Alfred University and Central City Business Institute, (CBCI), married Kenneth H. Goodfellow in 1946, and lived in Manlius at her death on 3-1-2004, and Charlotte May Coryell, who was born on 6-10-1922, graduated from Cornell University, wed John L. Hilke on 6-12-1943, and lived in Silver Spring, MD.

Daniel Leo Costello and Anna Quirk Costello lived on Gulf Rd. by 1948, and moved to the Cazenovia area about 1950.  Mr. Costello was born in Pompey on 6-29-1895, and was a farmer and a carpenter.  He died on 7-20-1958.  Mr. Costello's brother, Frank X. Costello, lived nearby, (see his listing above).  Mrs. Costello was born on 12-4-1891, and was a graduate of Cortland Normal School and Oneonta State Teachers College.  She taught in Pompey Center and Fenner, and later worked for the Ledyard family.  Mrs. Costello died on 5-31-1990, at age 98.  They had:  Paul W. Costello, who worked for General Electric, and lived in Cazenovia, Catherine (or Katherine) Costello, who wed Robert  Dorrance, and resided in Herkimer, NY, Joseph Leo Costello, who was born on 5-26-1923, lived in Cazenovia, worked for Miner Construction Co., wed Nancy Costello, and died on 11-10-1991, Francis T. Costello, who resided in Fenner, Raymond Edward Costello, who resided in Winchester, VA, Vincent B. Costello, who was born about 1928, married Margaret T. Costello, worked as a caretaker for the NYS Parks Department, lived in Cazenovia, and died on 3-2-1991, and Philip James "Jimmy" Costello, who was born in Fenner on 8-5-1938, lived inSherrill, NY, was a salesman for Tracey Road Equipment, owned harness horses, was an avid NASCAR fan, and died on 9-2-2007.

 Francis B. Costello and Marion Parsons Costello lived at 6981 Frank Long Rd. near Jamesville by 1948.  Mr. Costello was born on 8-4-1916, and was a life resident of the Pompey area.  He was the owner and operator of a bulk milk trucking service and a farmer.  Mr. Costello was the son of Supervisor Francis X. Costello and Mary Lane Costello, (see their listing below), and, like his father, was very active in civic and political affairs.  He was on the local school and planning boards.  Mr. Costello died 6-12-1999.  Mrs. Costello was born in Syracuse on 12-5-1920, and the couple wed about 1944.  Mrs. Costello died on 2-8-2007.  They had:  Kathryn "Kay" Costello, who graduated from SUNY at Cortland, married Thomas Wiswall, taught physical education, and lived in Manlius, Karen Costello, who married Steven Dungey, and lived inJamesville,  Maureen Costello, who lived in Gansevoort, NY, William F. Costello, who lived in Syracuse, and Paul E. Costello, who wed Kathy Costello, and lived in Pompey. 

Francis Xavier "Frank" Costello and Mary Lane Costello lived on Gates Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Costello was born on 1-15- 1884, and was a native of Pompey.  He worked as a farmer.  Mr. Costello was a lifelong Democrat and held various local offices--often with Republican party support.  He was elected Supervisor for the town of Pompey, and, as such, served on the Onondaga County Board of Supervisors.  He also served on the board of the Fayetteville-Manlius school district.  Mr. Costello died on 9-5-1956.  Mrs. Costello was born on 1-15-1889, and the couple wed about 1914. She still resided on Gates Rd. at her death on 1-22-1974.  They had:  Francis B. Costello, who lived near Jamesville, (see his listing above), Robert J. "Smoke" Costello, who was born on 4-20-1918, was the owner and operator of a bulk milk trucking service and a farmer, and resided on Gates Rd. at his death on 4-10-1993, Elizabeth Costello, who was born on 4-29-1925, married Thomas Shedlock about 1947, served 20 years as a member of the Pompey town coucil and resided in Pompey at her death on 6-21-1997, Mary Gertrude Costello, who was born about 1919, married Edward T. Whelan, and lived in Syracuse, Margaret Costello, who was born on 10-8-1922, married Anthony Grazul and moved to Cicero, NY, about 1947, and died on 6-29-1999, and Raymond V. Costello, who was born on 9-16-1927, wed Jeanette Hull about 1955, was a farmer on the family farm and also worked as a carpenter and home-builder, was active in civic affairs, and died on 5-8-2004.

John P. Costello and Leah White Costello lived on Gates Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Costello was born about 1918, and was a farmer.  He died in Utica, NY, on 3-10-1962.  Mrs. Costello was born in Fabius, NY, about 1923, and the couple wed in 1943 and moved to Pompey.  She worked in Jamesville as a correctional officer.  Mrs. Costello died on 9-15-2003.  They had:  Jacqueline Costello Carr Doane, who lives in Erieville, NY, Joyce Costello McMullen, who lives in MA, Janet Bridget Costello, who lives in FL, and Lawrence Costello, who lives in MA.

Katherine A. "Kitty" Costello lived on Peck Hill Rd. by 1948.  Miss Costello was born about 1868, and was a life long resident of the Manlius area.  She died at home on 11-19-1954.  She had a sister, Margaret Costello Murphy, that she probably lived with on Peck Hill Rd.  Mrs. Murphy, was born about 1873, married Michael Murphy about 1904, and died on 2-7-1955.  (See their listing below.)

Mary C. Costello, and her sister, Dorothy Costello, lived at 501 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mary Costello was born on 3-21-1897, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1919.  During World War II, Miss Costello was a driver for the American Red Cross in the New York City area.  She taught English in Pelham Manor, in Westchester County, and retired in 1963 to return to Manlius and reside with her sister.  She served as a volunteer librarian in Syracuse and in Fayetteville, and was a charter member, trustee, and docent for the Manlius Historical Society. She also drove for Friends in Service Here, (FISH).  Mary Costello died, at age 95, on 1-19-1993.  Her younger sister, Dorothy Costello was born on 9-4-1901, and was a lifelong resident of Manlius.  She, too, was a graduate of Syracuse University, and worked as a secretary for Emmett Thompson, an attorney who specialized in patent law.  Miss Costello served St. Ann's Church many years as its organist, and died on 5-18-1990.  The sisters were the children of John J. Costello, a banker, and Johanna Behan, who was involved with a stone quarry that was founded by her father.  The daughters never wed, and were the last surviving members of the Costello and Behan families--pioneer settlers in Manlius.  

Jack W. Cottrell and Dawn Evelyn Ide Cottrell lived on the Jamesville Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Cottrell was born about 1918, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1941 with a degree in civil engineering.  He worked at his father's civil engineering firm, and eventually operated it on his own.  Mrs. Cottrell was born about 1921, and the couple wed at her home at 524 Oakwood Ave. in Syracuse, on 9-25-1941.  She has been the business manager for the family firm, and, like her husband, has been elected to the local school board. They had:  Diana May Cottrell, who was born about 1942, served in the USAF, worked for the NYS Insurance department, lived in Weirton, WV, and died on 5-25-2002, following a motorcycle accident,  Gary E. Cottrell, who was born about 1948,  earned an engineering degree and an MBA from Syracuse University, and operates the engineering firm begun by his grandfather, Laurie Cottrell Sitterly, who lived in Syracuse, Faith Cottrell, who was born about 1956, and wed John Ogg Cooper, Florence Cottrell Grant, who lived in Weedsport, NY, and Anita Cottrell, who was president of the New York State Association of Legal Secretaries, and lived in Manlius.  Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell have traveled to every continent and examined primitive areas from the Amazon to Austrailia, while still finding time to serve as foster parents to more than 35 children.  

James Hough Couden, Jr., and Doris Watson Kirby Couden lived on Elmbrook Dr. by 1948, and at 111 Fairview St. by 1954.  Mr. Couden was born in Chittenango on 11-8-1916, and was a member of the AAC band during WWII.  Mrs. Couden was born in Kenly, NC, on 1-24-1920, and the couple married in Bennettsville, SC, on 10-4-1941.  Mr. Couden was a carpenter, water and street commissioner for the Village of Manlius, and a machinist for GE, Carrier and Acme, Inc.  Mrs. Couden died on 7-5-1999, and Mr. Couden died on 7-18-2002, while they resided in Sturgeon, MO.  They had:  Linda Nancy Couden, who attended Atlantic Union College, wed Delbert Erwin Bruso, on 8-2-1964, and a Mr. Tooley, and lives in Fitchburg, MA, and Ann Beatrice Couden Thomas, who was born in September, 1947, and lives in Clark, MO.  Mr. Couden and his family were very active in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, where he was the choir director. 

James Hough Couden, Sr., and Iva Beatrice Bettinger Couden lived at 108 Scoville Ave. by 1928.  Mr. Couden was born on 9-23-1889 in Columbus, GA, and came to Manlius about 1914 to be the manager of the Metcalf Hardware Store.  He later was a postal clerk and opened his own hardware firm.  He became well-known locally for his witty, chatty advertisements, and frequent letters to the editor of the local papers.  Mr. Couden became the village clerk in the late 1920's, and was elected mayor in 1951.  After serving five years, he resigned and operated a real estate business.  Mrs. Couden was born on 9-18-1895, and the couple wed about 1915.  She died in September, 1971, and Mayor Couden died on 8-14-1974.  They had:  James H. Couden, Jr., (see his listing above), Beatrice M. Couden, who died in July, 1929, at the age of seven months, and Raiford D. Couden, who was born about 1930, and resided in Fleming, NY, at his death on 10-25-2006.

Andrew Floyd Cox and Josephine McDermott Cox lived on the Cheese Factory Rd. near Cazenovia by 1948.  They shared their home with Mr. Cox's father, Walter Henry Cox.  Walter Cox was born near Cazenovia on 5-1-1885, and was the widower of Ida Elizabeth Beeman Cox, whom he married on 12-24-1907.  She was born on 3-3-1888, and died on 12-12-1933.   Mr. Cox, who was a farmer, died 2-25-1956.  Walter and Ida Cox had only Andrew Cox, who was born on 3-3-1909.  He was a dairy farmer and then worked 10 years for the NYS Thruway Authority.  Mr. Cox retired from there shortly before his death on 10-27-1975.  His wife, Josephine Cox, was born about 1911, and was a native of the Manlius area.  She assisted in the operation of their family farm, and was a food service worker at the Public Safety Building in Syracuse for 10 years before retiring in 1976.  Josephine Cox died on 4-4-1997.  She and Andrew Cox had:  James Walter Cox, who lived in Belfast, NY.

Kenneth A. Cox and Dorothy Woodworth Cox lived at 106 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Cox was born in Auburn, NY, on 8-29-1910.  He retired in 1982 after working 45 years as a mechanic for the Ryan Dodge dealership.  He was very active in the Manlius VFD, and the local Moose lodge.  Mrs. Cox was born in Fenner, NY, on 4-13-1919.  She was the shipping co-ordinator for Production Products, Co., for more than 30 years.  Mr. Cox died on 12-13-2000, at age 90.  Mrs. Cox died on 10-16-2007, at Iroquois Nursing Home in Jamesville.  They had:  Barry A. Cox, who wed Renee Cox, graduated from Cortland State University, worked as a physical education teacher, and lives in Salisbury, MD, and Bernard A. Cox, who was born about 1938, married Dawn Cox, and lives in Medford, NJ.

William J. Craigie and June J. Craige lived at 103 Moulter St. by 1948, at 416 East Seneca St. by 1954, and moved to 7920 Broadfield Rd. in 1957.  Mr. Craigie was born on 12-16-1920.  He was a teacher and leader of the local teacher's association.  Mrs. Craigie was born about 1925, and was a native of Sinton, TX.  The couple married in 1943, and Mrs. Craigie worked as the first female food broker in CNY.  Mr. Craigie's mother, Gertrude Patterson Craigie, lived with the family for eight years before her death on 5-18-1966.  The senior Mrs. Craigie was born on 1-10-1886, and was a native of Titusville, PA.  She was a registered nurse and the wife of Donald R. Craigie.  It is believed that Mr. Craigie died in Claremore, OK, on 2-26-2007, and Mrs. Craigie still resides there.  They had:  Michael J. Craigie, who was born about 1944, wed Lucy Linda Shelby on 9-4-1965, and attended the University of Iowa, Joanne Craigie, who was born about 1945, and was a teacher, Lawrence Craigie, who was born about 1948, and attended Oklahoma State College, and Kevin Craigie, who was born about 1951.

Mark W. Cramer and Linda McFadden Cramer lived on the Cazenovia Rd. in Oran by 1948.  Mr. Cramer was born in DeKalb Junction, NY, about 1893, and came to Oran about 1920.  He was a machine shop foreman at the Precision Castings Co. in Fayetteville, and died on 3-7-1973.  Mrs. Cramer was a native of Russell, NY, and was born on 2-12-1895.  She taught in the Oran area by 1916, and subsequently was employed many years at the Precision Co.  Mrs. Cramer died on 9-9-1991, at age 96.  They had:  Wilma Cramer, who wed LaVerne M. "Bernie" Buyea, (see their listing above).

Glenn Woodworth Crane and Ida E. "Betty" Melchior Crane lived on Brown Gulf Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Crane was born on 11-19-1908, in Spafford, NY, and came to Manlius following service in the Army during WWII.  He was a body shop foreman at Strickland Motors, and retired from the Harry L. Cook Dry Cleaning Co.  Mrs. Crane was born on 6-20-1910, and also worked for Cook's.  She died on 2-21-1985, at their winter home in Kissimmee, FL.  Mr. Crane split his final years between Bridgeport, Davenport, FL, and Mystic, CT, where he died on 3-20-1998.  They had:  G. Russell Crane, who lived in Lewiston, NY, Donald W. Crane, who lived in Deland, FL, James E. Crane, who lived in Saranac Lake, NY, and Mary Crane Duba, who lived in Mystic, and Patricia Crane Partridge, who lived in Bridgeport.

John Clinton Craner and Ella Curtis Craner lived at 4712 Troop K Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Craner was born on 10-22-1899, and worked as a mechanic for the Carrier Corp.  Mrs. Craner was born on 3-30-1904, and was an Avon salesperson. She died on 10-3-1973, and Mr. Craner died in May, 1982.  They had:  Beverly Craner, who wed Joseph W. Jankowsky on 6-13-1959, and a Mr. Brown, and resides in CA, and John C. Craner, Jr., who was born in Syracuse on 7-1-1934, married Marilyn Butler about 1956, was a mechanic for UPS and then became a gun dealer, raced stock cars, and lived in Manlius at his death on 11-8-2005.

Robert J. Craner and Rheta Henderson Craner lived at 127 Washington St. by 1948, and later moved to the Pompey Center Rd.  Mr. Craner was born on 11-14-1903, and was a native of Hastings, NY.  He came to Manlius about 1938, and was an oil distributor.  Mrs. Craner, a native of Palermo, NY, was born ablout 1907, and came to Manlius about 1937.  She died on 6-24-1977, and Mr. Craner later married Beatrice Martin.  The second Mrs. Craner was born about 1908, and was a native of Sodus, NY.  She lived most of her life in Syracuse, and was a teacher in South Onondaga, NY, for over 30 years.  She also was the director of the Sunday School at  LaFayette Ave. United Methodist Church for many years.  Beatrice Craner died on 7-7-1989, while living in LaFayette, NY, and Mr. Craner died on 7-26-1992, at the Stonehedge Nursing Home in Chittenango.  Robert and Rheta Craner had:  Robert Craner, Jr., who resided in Pulaski, NY, James T. Craner, who was born about 1937, graduated from the NYS College of Forestry, was a chemist for a paper company, and died on 8-29-1958, two days after an auto accident near Johnsonburg, PA, Mary Craner, who married Lewis Nash, and lived in Manlius, Norman Craner, who lived in Syracuse, David Craner, who lived in Manlius, Sally Craner, who wed Loren Rhodes, and lived in Glens Falls, NY, Kathy Craner, who wed Thomas Philipp, and lived in CA, and Peter Craner, who lived in Manlius.  Beatrice Craner was wed previously and had:  Arthur Martin, who lived in HI, and George Martin, who resided on Long Island, NY.

Roy Hamilton Cranker and Freda M. Cranker lived on Sweet Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Cranker was born on 5-31-1907, in Ontario, Canada.  He was a typewriter mechanic and a farmer.  Mr. Craner wed Marjorie D. Hanley in 1929, and lived on East Fayette St. in Syracuse.  They divorced in 1935.  Mr. Cranker and Marjorie Hanley had:  Marion P. Cranker, who was born in 1929, was an office worker for the E. W. Edwards & Son department store, and wed Richard A. Flanagan about 1948.   Mr. Cranker moved to NV by 1966, and lived in Reno, and Sparks, where he resided at his death in May, 1978.

Delmont Richard Crast and Anna Mooney Crast lived on No. 1 West Rd. by 1948, and on Indian Hill Rd. by 1954.  Mr. Crast was a construction worker and Mrs. Crast, who was born about 1924, was an office worker.  After Mr. Crast's death, Mrs. Crast wed John A. Brophy, and lived at 308 Court St. in Syracuse.  He was employed by the A&P grocery chain for 34 years, and died on 11-21-2005.  Mrs. Crast-Brophy died on 7-30-2009.  Mr. and Mrs. Crast had:  Glenn H. Crast, who wed Marilyn Crast, and lived in Rochester, NY, Richard E. Crast, who married Jill Teresa Phelps on 6-24-1988, and lives in Syracuse, and Lawrence John Crast, who wed Nancy Clare Salanger on 7-20-1985, worked for the Onondaga County Highway Department, and lived in Syracuse.

Charles Louis Craver and Grace Eldine Henry Craver lived on Troop K Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Craver was born on 9-15-1910, in Manlius, and served with the USN during WWII.  Later he worked as a foreman at the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Co. and for the Fisher Body plant of General Motors, where he retired in 1970.  Mrs. Craver, a native of PA, was born on 5-15-1912.  Mr. and Mrs. Craver moved to PA about 1978, and he died on 4-18-1985, at their home in Roxbury.  She died on 3-21-2002, while living in Virginia Beach, VA.  They had: John Charles Craver, who lived in Virginia Beach,  Donna Marie Craver, who was born about 1940, married Joseph E. Pidgeon about 1961, and lives in Oneonta, NY, and Paula Kay Craver, who married Michael Charles Byrne, Jr., in Hendricks Chapel on the Syracuse University campus, on 6-20-1964, and a Mr. Getz, and lives in Mount Washington, MD.

Floyd Lewis Crawford and Flora Fidelia Presley Crawford lived on the Oran Delphi Rd. near Cazenovia by 1948, having lived previously near Boylston, NY.  Mr. Crawford was born on 2-24-1890, and was a farmer.  Mrs. Crawford was born in PA on 8-5-1893, and was a teacher.  The couple married on 2-17-1916.  They later resided in Meridian, NY, and in FL.  Mr. Crawford died in Tampa on 11-18-1969, and Mrs. Crawford died on 11-24-1977.  They had:  Cecil F. Crawford, who was born on 12-14-1918, graduated from Morrisville Agricultural College in 1938, moved to the Fair Haven, NY, area in 1949, and died on 10-3-1991, Ruth Crawford Barrett, who was born on 3-31-1920, and lived in Winter Haven, FL, at her death on 8-5-2008, Harold Crawford, (see his listing below), and Robert P. Crawford, who was born on 11-20-1929, served in the AAC, married Thelma Leal, and lived in Oswego, NY, Gladstone, MI, and in Avon Park, FL, at his death on 6-18-2007. 

Harold J. Crawford and Roberta Crawford lived on the Oran Gulf Rd. near Cazenovia by 1948.  Mr. Crawford was born in North Rose, NY, about 1923, and was a dairy farmer.  Mrs. Crawford was a waitress.  Mr. Crawford died in Winter Haven, FL on 3-22-1963, at the age of 39.  Mrs. Crawford later lived at 5967 Sewickley Dr. in Jamesville.  They had:  Melinda Eloise Crawford, who wed James C. Abbott in Oran on 10-25-1975, Kenneth Crawford, and John Crawford.  

Oliver W. Crichton and Katherine Peevey Crichton lived on Troop K Rd. by 1948, having recently moved there from 107 Windsor Place in Syracuse.  Mr. Crichton graduated from Harvard University in 1941, and began teaching that year at Pebble HIll Country Day School in DeWitt.  He was a math and science teacher.  Mr. Crichton was an expert in skiing and skating and was involved in the winter sports program at Pebble Hill.  Mr. and Mrs. Crichton, who were both born about 1918, later moved to Hockessin, DE.  They had a daughter who was born on 9-1-1947.

Walter L. Cross, Sr., and Ruth Bates Cross lived at 310 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Cross was born in Manlius on 12-10-1895.  He did construction work for the Onondaga County Highway Department.  Mrs. Cross was born about 1916, in Tyre, NY.  The couple lived on Taft Ave. in Syracuse at the death of Mr. Cross on 1-30-1973.  Mrs. Cross died on 6-25-2002.  Mr. and Mrs. Cross shared their home with his sister, Ada C. Cross, and brother, Joseph M.  Cross.  Miss Cross was born on 6-5-1895, and was a native of Fenner.  She came to Manlius about 1920, and worked for 30 years as a file clerk for the Precision Castings Co.  Miss Cross died 5-23-1989, at age 93.  Like her brother, Joseph, she resided in the family home in Manlius until her death.  Joseph Cross, was born on 4-10-1905, and was a native of Pompey.  He also came to Manlius about 1920 and worked for the Precision firm before his death on 3-28-1984.  Walter and Ruth Cross had:  Patricia A. "Patty" Cross, who lived in Syracuse, Walter "Sonny" Cross, Jr., who lived in Manlius, married Inez Randall about 1979, worked for Hence & Sons Garage, and died on 6-19-2003, and Sara Cross Bombard, who lived in Sodus, NY.  Walter, Sr., Ada, and Joseph Cross, were among the seven children born to Frank Cross and Clara A. Cross.  The siblings grew up in the Pompey-Cazenovia area.

Joseph F. Crossett and Cora Mercer Crossett lived on the Oran-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Crossett was born on 1-24-1860.  He worked as a maintenance man for the First Trust & Deposit Co., and died on 9-10-1956.  Mr. Crossett was 96.  Mrs. Crossett was born about 1870, and the couple wed on 1-25-1893.  She died on 1-12-1968, at the age of 97.   The Crossetts lived in Manlilus about the time of WWI, and lived in Solvay, NY, by 1919.  After being away for 27 years they returned to the Manlius area and lived on a farm previously owned by Mrs. Crossett's father.  They had: Elmer F. Crossett, who served in WWI, wed Lola Cole in November, 1919, worked for a Buick dealership, and lived in Potsdam, NY, at his death on 10-23-1957.

Leslie S. T. Croucher and Anna Ethlyn Perry Croucher lived on the Fayetteville Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Croucher was born in Oswego, NY, on 4-26-1913, and was a machine operator and leader at General Electric.  Mrs. Croucher was born in Manlius about 1915, and was a teacher for the East Syracuse-Minoa schools.  The couple wed on 7-24-1939.  They moved to FL about 1983, and returned to Oswego two months before Mr. Croucher died on 12-6-2004.  Mrs. Croucher died on 4-10-2005.  They had:  Thomas Croucher, who wed Sonia Croucher, and lived in IN, and Lawrence Croucher, who married Joyce Croucher, and lived in Oswego.

Lester Mason Crowe and Doris Ann Shoemaker Crowe lived at 410 Fayette St. following their marriage on 8-30-1947. Mr. Crowe was born in 1923, and was an outstanding high school athlete before serving, with great distinction, as a radio operator in the Burma-India Theater during WWII.  In 1951, he was a member of the first graduating class at LeMoyne College.  Mr. Crowe worked as a salesman for the Eversharp Corp., and later was the general manager of the Northland Fence Co. He was noted for the innovations he brought to the fence industry.  Mrs. Crowe was a native of the Manlius area and was born about 1927.  She worked as an enginnering clerk, and the family resided with Mr. Crowe's mother, Mary Elizabeth Mason Crowe, (see her listing below).  Mr. and Mrs. Crowe divorced in the early 1950's, and Mrs. Crowe married William Carl Dethloff, on 10-31-1953, Richard R. Collins, and Mayor Angelo Albanese, (see his listing).  Mr. Crowe died on 12-27-1974, while wed to Patricia Hanyak Fox Crowe, and residing in Liverpool, NY.  He and Doris Crowe had:  Susan Crowe Bersani, (possibly Bersoni), who was born in July, 1951, and lived in San Francisco, CA.

Mary Elizabeth Mason Crowe lived at 410 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mrs. Crowe was born on 5-30-1894, and was a native of  Ithaca, NY.  She was a graduate of Ithaca College and came to Manlius about 1917.  She died 10-22-1967.  Mrs. Crowe married Dr. Lester Pierce Crowe, a veterinary surgeon, in January, 1918.  He was born in LaFayette on 8-31-1892, and was both a 1915 Cornell University graduate, and a veteran of WWI,  The couple divorced, (probably about 1939), and Dr. Crowe was wed to Grace Nuffer Crowe, and residing at 442 Hillsdale Ave., in Syracuse, at his death on 7-25-1967.  Lester and Mary Mason Crowe had:  Lester M. Crowe, (see his listing above), William J. Crowe, (see his listing below), Robert V. Crowe, Sr., who was born on 8-10-1925, married Ann B. Crowe, was a mechanic and a bus driver, lived at 8302 Chittenango Rd,, and died on 10-10-1986, Margaret Elizabeth "Betty" Crowe, who was born about 1918, conducted a beauty parlor from the family home, and died on 3-31-1946, and John Pierce Crowe, who married Teresa Jeannine Lennon on 10-21-1950, and lived in Manlius.

William James Crowe and Beatrice Imogene Havill Crowe lived at 410 Fayette St. following their wedding on 5-22-1948.  Mr. Crowe was born in Manlius on 8-7-1927, and lived there most of his life.  He served in the Philippines with the USN during WWII.  Mr. Crowe retired in 1974 after 22 years as a truck driver for the Syracuse Rigging Co. and its affiliate, the D.W. Winkelman Co.  Mr. Crowe's family also lived in the area, (see the listing for Mary Crowe).  He died on 2-6-1999.  Mrs. Crowe was born on 8-18-1926.  She worked for the Culligan Water Co., and lived in East Syracuse at her death on 12-1-2006.  They had:  Jean Crowe, who married Bruce Manser, and lives in East Syracuse, Margaret Crowe Hodges, who resides in East Syracuse, Richard W. Crowe, who lives in West Monroe, NY, and Lester "Rusty" M. Crowe, who lives in Truckie, CA. 

Marion M. Cunningham lived at 148 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mrs. Cunningham was born on 9-21-1901, and was the widow of William A. Cunningham.  Mr. Cunningham was the street commisioner and chief of police for the Village.  He died in West Seneca, NY, on 8-20-1947.  Mrs. Cunningham cared for foster children, including Catherine Stellakis, Edward Kendall, and Mary Taylor.  She married a Mr. Chapoton, and lived in Syracuse at her death in May, 1973.  Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham had:  Charles Cunningham.

Harlow Dunham Curtis lived at 212 Pleasant St. by 1948, having lived earlier on Franklin St.  Mr. Curtis was born in Minoa on 6-27-1883, attended Colgate University, and received degrees from Columbia College and Harvard.  He was a musician and music teacher in Manlius and Syracuse schools , and also made visits to his student's homes.  Mr. Curtis was interested in his family's history and in 1953 he published a book he authored dealing with the Curtis and Curtiss families.  He also kept copious notes in a diary and it with scrapbooks and other journals now reside in the collection of the Manlius Historical Society.  Mr. Curtis died on 1-14-1960.

Charles Erwin Curtiss and Ebba  Anderson Van Ornam Curtiss lived at 213 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Dr. Curtiss was  born in Palermo, NY, on 6-23-1879, and served in the medical corps during WWI.  He was a graduate of Syracuse University's Medical College, in 1903, and was a practicing physician in Manlius until he suffered a disabling stroke in August, 1953.  Dr. Curtiss also was on the local board of education and served 16 years as mayor.  Dr. Curtiss was first wed to Lillian Bell Curtiss.  She was born on 12-3-1887, and the couple married on 8-11-1909.  The first Mrs. Curtiss died in April, 1938.  Dr. Curtiss and Lillian Curtiss had:  Mary Elizabeth Curtiss, who was born about 1923, wed Willard S. Stevens on 6-22-1946, and lived in Manlius.  Ebba Curtiss was born in MA about 1894.  About 1912 she married Dr. Vilas George Van Ornam, a physician.  Mrs. Van Ornam-Curtiss died on 5-11-1950, and Dr. Curtiss died on 2-16-1957.  Dr. and Mrs. Van Ornam had:  James B. Van Ornam, who was born about 1916, married Edith Van Ornam, was a technical writer, and lived in Syracuse, Thomas R. Van Ornam, who lived in Philadelphia, PA, Donald A. Van Ornam, (see his listing), and Helen Van Ornam, who grew up in the Syracuse area, graduated from the Modern School of Applied Art in Boston, was a Red Cross worker in the PTO during WWII, wed Perry B. Rauch, and lived at 106 Dewittshire Rd. in DeWitt.  

Mark Denton Cuykendall and Serena Rising Cuykendall lived at 312 East Seneca St. by 1948,  Mr. Cuykendall was born on 4-1-1918, and served in Italy during WWII.  He was a body and fender repairman, and later was an appraisal manager in the body shop of East Syracuse Chevrolet Co. for 14 years.  Mr. Cuykendall died on 4-8-1981, while living in East Syracuse.  Mrs. Cuykendall was born in East Syracuse about 1921.  She graduated from CCBI and was a secretary for the East Syracuse-Minoa schools for 19 years.  Mrs. Cuykendall resided in the East Syracuse area until 2007 when she moved to Rochester to be near a daughter.  She died on 9-29-2010.  They had:  Marcia Cuykendall who married Philip Edwards on 9-8-1984, and resides in Rochester, and James Cuykendall, who was born about 1949, was an Eagle Scout, shortened his last name to "Kendall," married Beth Kendall, and resides in Sharon, MA.

Mark S. Cuykendall and Blanche Kelley Cuykendall lived at 502 East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Cuykendall was born on 1-23-1891.  He was a carpenter, and later a custodian at Minoa High School.   Mrs. Cuykendall was a native of Moravia, NY, and was born about 1892.  The couple wed about 1914, and moved to Clearwater, FL, about 1962.  They were residing there when Mrs. Cuykendall died on 11-8-1965, and Mr. Cuykendall died on 9-22-1969.  They had:  M. Denton Cuykendall, (see his listing above), and Miss Marion Cuykendall, who was born about 1921, and lived in Peoria, IL.

Donald F. Cypher and Verna Cookhouse Cypher lived on the Oran-Eagle Village Rd. by 1948, and moved to Canastota in 1952.  Mr. Cypher was born in Perryville on 10-29-1924.  He retired after 30 years as a truck driver with the Acme grocery chain.  Mrs. Cypher was born on 4-6-1923, and the couple wed on 11-1-1947.  Mr. Cypher lived in Canastota at his death on 5-16-2007.  They had:  Verne F. Cypher, who wed Paulette Cypher, and lives in Carolina Beach, NC, and Donna M. Cypher, who was born in May, 1954, wed Stephen R. Gray, worked at the Hollowick Co. in Manlius, resided in Canastota, and died on 10-3-1999.  

George Reeves Dahl and Velma Dahl lived on Broadfield Rd. by 1948  Mr. Dahl was born on 5-13-1884, and was a truck driver and later a glazier.  He was married earlier to Matilda Amelia Renk.  She was born about 1881, and was the daughter of Fred Renk, Sr.  George Dahl and Matilda Dahl lived in Syracuse by 1917, and divorced  about 1928. She died on 1-17-1960 while living in North Syracuse.  Mr. Dahl died in April, 1971, while living in Manlius.  George and Malinda Dahl had:  Elizabeth Dahl, who was born about 1921, wed Leeward J. LaCombe, and lived in North Syracuse.

Raymond E. Dahl and Helen Van Bramer Dahl lived on No. 1 West Rd. by 1948, and later lived on Indian Hill Rd.  Mr. Dahl was born on 1-20-1909, and worked for the Allied Chemical Co. in Jamesville.  Mrs. Dahl was born on 3-4-1909, and was a native of Oneonta, NY.  She died in October, 1978, while residing in Manlius, and Mr. Dahl died on 3-9-1981, while living in Vero Beach, FL.  They had:  Donald R. Dahl, who resided in Liverpool, NY, Richard Dahl,  who was born 11-15-1939, in Syracuse, married Marilyn Smith, lived in Vero Beach, and died on 11-14-1998, Lonnie W. Dahl, who lived in Roswell, NM, Loretta Dahl Miller, who lived in Manlius, and Joan Dahl Sellen, who lived in Delphi Falls, NY.

Napoleon P. Daignault and Alexandria Mary Miller Daignault lived at 132 1/2 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Daignault was a millwright and carpenter for 25 years at the Oberdorfer Foundry.  He was born in Churubusco, NY, on 12-2-1896, and grew up in Ludlow, MA.  He died on 9-12-1974, in East Syracuse.  Mrs. Daignault was born on 5-12-1897, and was also a native of Churubusco.  The couple married on 6-21-1915, and came to Manlius about 1926.  She died there on 4-19-1967.  They had:  Edward Lyonel Daignault, who was born on 8-24-1917, wed Minnie Doris Lupole, was a polisher at the Benedict Silver Co., lived in Fayetteville before moving to St. Petersburg, FL, and died on 3-7-1980, Albert Joseph (or, perhaps, Joseph Albert) Daignault, who was born on 9-10-1919, served three years in Italy during WWII, wed Jean Esther Phelps on 9-4-1949 and Dorice Daignault, was a mail clerk and rural letter carrier for the USPS, resided on Farley Lane, and died on 2-29-1996, Victor W. Daignault, (see his listing), Viola Blanche Daignault, who was born in Canastota on 5-21-1923, married Ernest George Leech on 10-15-1943, worked for Magnavox CATV Systems, lived in Manlius, and died on 12-5-1981, Eva Elnora Daignault Cody, who was born about 1926, was a secretary for the Precision Castings Co., lived in Fayetteville, and died on 3-3-1982, Irene May Daignault Pease, who lived in VA, Loretta Jeanette Daignault, who was born on 2-9-1928, and wed Morgan Smith  Badgley, (see their listing),  Malcolm L. Daignault, who resided in Liverpool, NY, and Lorraine O. Daignault, who was a bookkeeper at a bank, wed Francis E. "Satch" LaPointe about 1954, and lives in Fremont, NY.

Victor William Daignault and Janette Holmes Daignault lived at 132 1/2 West Seneca St. by 1948.  This residence was the family home of Mr. Daignault's parents, Napoleon Daignault and Alexandria Daignault.  (See their listing above.)  Victor Daignault was born on 11-8-1921, and served in the US Army during WWII.  He worked 34 years for Pattern Makers, Inc.   Mr. Daignault resided at 7380 Kirkville Rd. in East Syracuse, at his death on 8-30-1981.  Mrs. Daignault was born in Chittenango on 4-8-1924.  She moved to the Saratoga Springs, NY, area following her husband's death, and died there on 1-14-1998.  They had:  David Daignault, who lived in Saratoga Springs, Thomas Paul Daignault, who wed Brenda Ann Leonardi on 6-18-1977, resided in Minoa, and worked for Pattern Makers, Inc., and James Victor Daignault, who married Cheryl Anne Rommel on 8-17-1985, worked for the Naum Moving and Storage Co., and lived in LaFayette, NY.    

Clarence R. Dailey and Ara Kirby Dailey lived at 223 Tripp Ave. by 1935, and at 119 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Dailey was born in IL on 4-15-1878.  He came to Manlius about 1923, after living for a period in Lake Crystal, MN.  He was an auto mechanic in MN, and later was a power room attendant at the Precision Castings Co. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Dailey died on 4-3-1963.  Mrs. Dailey was also a native of IL.  She was born about 1878, and the couple married about 1899.  They lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. when Mrs. Dailey died on 12- 11-1961.  They had:  Curtis R. Dailey, who was born on 12-29-1899, lived in Oneida, NY, and died in October, 1970, Betty Grace Dailey, who was born about 1902, married Douglas Cummings, Charles H. Jones, and Harry Lind, taught school in Manlius, and lived in Ellemton, FL, at her death on 5-15-1978, Herbert L. Dailey, who was born about 1905, and lived in Chittenango, Donald Dailey, (see his listing below), Gertrude Dailey, who was born on 7-30-1912, married Joseph W. Wall, lived in Arvada, CO, and died on 7-19-2007, at the age of 94, Verle Dailey (M), who was born about 1913, and probably died in the 1920's, William A. Dailey, who was born in MN in 1917, and was one of four members of the AAC who died on 10-8-1943, when their bomber crashed in the bay in Tampa, FL, and George E. Dailey, who was born in Brookville, NY, on 10-2-1922, wed Katherine E. Dailey, was a car salesman and parts manager for the A. F. Ryan Dodge dealership for over 50 years,  and died on 7-18-2001.  Note that Mrs. Dailey's name is rendered "Ada Dailey" in many records.

Donald A. Dailey and Mary Louise Wainwright Dailey resided at 314 Smith St. by 1948. Mr. Dailey was born on 10-9-1908, and was an inspector.  Mrs. Dailey was born on 2-27-1909, and the couple wed about 1935.  They moved to Ellenton, FL, and resided there when Mrs. Dailey died on 4-23-1988, and when Mr. Dailey died on 12-21-1996.  They had:  James J. Dailey, who was born about 1941, graduated from the Albany College of Pharmacy, and served in the USAF.

Anthony Dapolito and Edith Roberts Dapolito lived at 126 Mill St. by 1948, and later moved to 121 Eureka Dr.  Mr. Dapolito was born in Italy on 11-28-1906.  He was a foreman for the Precision Castings Co. and worked there for 30 years.  Mr. Dapolito was the son of Nicholas and Maria Dapolito, who also resided in Manlius, (see their listing below). He died on  2-16-1991.  Mrs. Dapolito was born in Italy on 6-16-1917, and died on 5-26-2010, at age 92.  They had:  Edward H. Dapolito, who was born on 5-17-1939, and died in a canoeing accident at the Jamesville Reservoir on 7-24-1957, Bernard Dapolito, who wed Janis Dapolito, and lives in Union, GA, Sylvia Dapolito, who wed Thomas J. Scott, and lives in Manlius, and Nicholas Dapolito, who wed Jean Dapolito, and lives in Manlius.  The Fayetteville-Manlius High School annually gives "The Edward Dapolito Award" to the school's outstanding boys basketball player.

Nicholas Dapolito and Maria (Mary) Nardella Dapolito lived at 123 Mill St. by 1948.  Mr. Dapolito was born in Italy in 1879, and served in WWII.  He was a grinder at the Cheney Foundry.  Mr. Dapolito died on 11-26-1953.  Mrs. Dapolito was born in Italy, and, with her husband, came to Manlius about 1913.   She died on 9-19-1956.  They had:  Anthony Dapolito, who was born on 11-28-1906, (see his listing above), Michael B. Dapolito, who was born on 5-20-1915, wed Betty Dapolito, served in the USN during WWII, lived at 207 Garrett Dr., was a diecaster for the Precision Castings Co., and died on 9-25-1988, Florence Dapolito, who wed Michael Nardella, owned Nardella's Imports and Groceries in Manlius, and died on 12-24-1981, at the age of 91, and Theresa Dapolito, who was born about 1903, married Anthony Zoccali, retired in 1971 after 35 years with the Learbury Clothing Co., and lived in Syracuse at her death on 2-4-1994, at the age of 90.

Grover H. Darling lived on South Eagle Village Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Darling was born about 1878, and was a farm laborer. He and his brothers, John Darling and George Darling, were the sons of Charles H. Darling and Eliza Darling, who also lived in Eagle Village.  Mr. Darling was the widower of Carrie Darling, who was born in Lockport, NY, about 1872.  The couple married about 1924, and Mrs. Darling died on 11-18-1936.  Mr. Darling died on 1-14-1955. 

James B. Davenport lived on the Manlius-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Davenport was born in Linklean, NY, on 6-17-1916.  He worked at the Precision Castings Co. and later was a toolmaker at the Carrier Corp.  Mr. Davenport married his first wife, Jane Ryder, in 1936, but they divorced by 1957.  Jane Davenport was born about 1917, and was a native of Pompey.  After their divorce, Mrs. Davenport lived in East Syracuse and Mr. Davenport lived in Delphi Falls.  She was a teacher before being appointed in 1957 to the Onondaga County Youth Board.  In 1963, Mr. Davenport wed Sophia Balzek, and they were spentding part of each year in Zephyrhills, FL, before his death in Oneida, NY, on 5-11-1990. James and Jane Davenport had four daughters:  JoAnne Davenport Antil, who married on 1-13-1962, was an office supervisor for an insurance firm, and lives in East Syracuse, Judith E. Davenport, who married Willard McCrystal, and lived in East Syracuse, Patricia Davenport, who wed Terre Parsons, and resided in Burr Ridge, IL, and Christine Lizbeth Davenport, who graduated from the Central City Business Institute, married David H. Gerew, and resided in Vienna, VA.  James and Sophia Davenport had:  Jean Davenport, who was born in April, 1958, wed Marion Kittle, and lived in Lithia, FL.

Alvin J. Davie and Eva Clemons Bishop Davie lived at 144 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Davie, a native of Deposit, NY, was born 7-5-1890, and came to Manlius about 1899.  He was an electric repair service manager, and an electrician.  Mrs. Davie was a widow, having been married previously to Charles E. Bishop.  She was born about 1877, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  She died 10-6-1952.  Mr. Davie lived on the Watervale Rd. at his death on 4-9-1970.

Milton Everett "Slim" Davies and Edith May Davies lived at lived at 4796 Sweet Rd., by 1948, having lived earlier at 114 Franklin St. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Davies was born about 1920, and worked as a truck driver, and as a carpenter for the Lonergan building firm.  He was a native of Parish, NY, but resided most of his life in CNY.  Following retirement, Mr. Davies remained active by building wooden toys for his grandchildren.  Mrs. Davies was born in Manlius on 12-15-1917.  She was wed previously and had a son, Richard May, who lived in Long Beach, CA.  Mr. Davies died  6-25-1990, and Mrs. Davies died on 4-4-2001.  They had:  Fayette L.''Skip'' Davies, who was born about 1944, and resided in Manlius, and Starr Davies, who wed James Osinski, and lived in Syracuse.

Robert Elmer Davies and Harriett Gene Fergerson Davies lived at 110 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mr. Davies was born on 9-12-1914, and was a native of Syracuse.  He served in WWII and remained in the USA Reserves, obtaining the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.  Mr. Davies was also a bookkeeper and an office manager, and worked at the Loblaws grocery warehouse.  He died on 10-13-2004, while residing in Goldsboro, NC.  Mrs. Davies was born on 3-21-1916, and was a native of CNY.  She worked as a dental assistant, and died on 11-25-1993.  They had:  Ruth Davies Trzcinski , who was born about 1946, and resided in Brattleboro, VT, Lynne Davies Moskowitz, who attended Mohawk Valley Community College, and lives in Fremont, CA, and Diane Davies Cascio, who lives in Santa Clara, CA.

William P. R. Davies lived on Sweet Rd. by 1948.  He was an inspector at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Davies was born on 7-15-1890, and was a native of Syracuse.  He was a millwright at the Precision Castings Co., retiring at age 75.  Mr. Davies was married to Hazel Miller Wright about 1916.  Mrs. Davies was born about 1890, married Joseph A. Wright about 1907, and lived in CT before moving to a farm in Parish, NY, by 1910.  They had a son:  Fayette J. Wright, (see his listing below).  Mrs. Davies is believed to have died before 1948.  Mr. Davies died on Christmas Day, 1975.  They had:  Norman Davies, who was born about 1917, Donald Davies, who was born about 1919, and is thought to have died young, Milton Davies, (see his entry above), Beryl Raymond Davies, who was born in North Constatia, NY, on 6-2-1922, served in the USMC during WWII, married Frances O'Shea, managed a hardware store, resided in East Syracuse, and died on 3-4-1984, Shirley Davies, who was born about 1935, wed Clayton E. Drumheller, and resided in Allentown, PA, and Vina L. Davies, who was born in Syracuse 6-25-1928, lived in Manlius, worked for the Magnavox Corp., worked a half-century for the YMCA's Camp Iroquois, and was honored with the Y's Daddy Joe award in 1998, and died on 12-3-1998, Kenneth A. Davies, who was born on 12-7-1930, worked as a mechanic, and died in December, 1982.  

Edgar E. Davison and Virginia Davison lived on Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Davison, a native of Manlius, was born on 10-22-1903.  He was a sign painter and operated TruArt Displays in Syracuse for 30 years, and also maintained a sheep farm.  Mrs. Davison was a waitress.  About 1954, the couple divorced or Mrs. Davison died, for about that time Mr. Davison married Laura Lyon Davison.  The second Mrs. Davison was born about 1907, was a native of Nelson, NY, and graduated from Syracuse University. She was a securities salesperson, and lived in Pompey for about 15 years before her death on 1-18-1968.  Mr. Davison died on 1-12-1971.  Edgar and Virginia Davison had:  Janice Davison Byer, (or perhaps Dwyer), who lived in Rochester, NY, William W. Davison, who was born about 1933, and resided in Chittenango, and Clifford R. Davison, who was born about 1935, and lived in Pompey.

Francis K. Davison and Sylvia Smith Davison lived on the Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1948, and later lived on the Syracuse Rd. in Cazenovia.  Mr. Davison, a native of Manlius, was born on 12-26-1905, and retired in 1981 after operating his own barber shop in Manlius for more than a half century.  Mrs. Davison, a native of Pompey, was born on 9-29-1908, and attended Cortland Normal School.  Mr. Davison died on 1-7-1994, and Mrs. Davison died on 6-6-1997.  They had:  Robert F. Davison, who married Marion Cross, worked for Manlius Contractors Co., and lived at 105 Clinton St., and Malcolm F. Davison, who also lived in Manlius.  

Richard Montgomery Day and Beverly Putnam Day lived at 209 Pleasant St. by 1948. Mr. Day was born in Syracuse on 8-15-1924. He attended Syracuse University and was a veteran of WWII. Mr. Day was a life insurance agent before starting a career working for various Chambers of Commerce throughout CNY and New England. Mrs. Day was born about 1925, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1947. The couple resided in New Berlin, NH, where Mr. Day was executive director of the local Chamber, before moving to FL in 1988. They lived in Punta Gorda at Mr. Day's death on 5-9-1991. They had: Deborah Day Smith, who lived in Pine Brook, NJ, Richard M. Day, Jr., who lived in Tucson, AZ, Robert C. Day, who resided in Port Charlotte, FL, and Jeremy Day, who lived in Denver, CO.

Francis J. Deery and Erla Sutfin Deery lived at 112 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Deery was probably born on 1-22- 1902, and worked as a guard and janitor at the Manlius School.  The couple was married about 1924.  Mrs. Deery, who was born about 1898, was a life resident of the area.  She died on 9-12-1956, while residing at Huntington Hall on the campus of the School.  Mr. Deery is believed to have moved to San Diego, CA, to be near his daughter, and to have died there in April, 1979.  They had:  Flavia Ann Deery, who was born in November, 1938, married and divorced Donald T. Hewitt by 1979, and lived in CA and Prescott, AZ.

Oliver F. DeForest and Gladys DeForest lived at 206 1/2 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. DeForest was born on 12-20-1903, and was a native of Syracuse.  He served in the AAC in Africa and Europe during WWII.   Mr. DeForest was a moulder, and retired from the Caldwell & Ward Brass Co.  He lived at 132 Burnet Ave. in Syracuse at his death on 2-12-1986.  Mrs. DeForest may have been born about 1912 in England, and probably came to this country in 1946.  

Jiles "Jay" Ford DeLamarter and Evelyn MacAllester DeLamarter lived on Ridge Rd. by 1948.  Mr. DeLamarter was born on 3-7-1895, in Middleburgh, NY, and moved to Albany and Baldwinsville, NY, and Muskegon, MI during his youth. He served in the Army during WWI, was in the Coast Guard and then was in the Merchant Marines during WWII.  He was a construction worker and sometimes lived in a trailer to follow construction projects.  Mr. DeLamarter was married on 11-6-1919, to Mary DeWitt in Spring Lake, MI.  They divorced and he married Alice Forrester about 1928.  She was born in MI about 1908.  They divorced and Alice Delamarter then married a Mr. Springstead and resided in Muskegon.  Mr. DeLamarter was married to Celia DeLamarter and residing in Youngstown, OH, about 1942.  He died on 6-30-1975, while living in Earlville, NY.  Evelyn DeLamarter was probably born on 10-16-1904, and died in February, 1979.  Jiles and Alice DeLamarter had:  Lorraine J. DeLamarter, who was born in MI on 6-29-1929, married Albert B. Bartholomew on 7-4-1949, and lived in Bradenton, FL, at her death on 12-18-2005.  

John F. DeMayo and Marjorie Frost DeMayo lived at 113 Smith St. by 1948, having lived earlier on the West Genesee Turnpike in Fayetteville by 1942.  Mr. DeMayo was born on 10-16-1907, and was a native of Canton, MA.  He was CNY representative for the Bostich Corp. for 25 years, and then was the president and founder of the DeMayo Fastener Corp.  The family later lived in Syracuse before moving to 120 Crabapple Lane in Fairmount about 1973.  Mrs. DeMayo was born in East Bridgewater, MA.  She was a graduate of Hyannis Teachers College and Boston University, and worked with her husband in their business.  Both Mr. and Mrs. DeMayo were avid tennis players.  Mr. DeMayo died on 1-21-1989, and Mrs. DeMayo, who was born about 1901, died 3-21-1999.  They had:  Charles F. DeMayo, of Syracuse, and Janice DeMayo Beckner, who lived in Elbridge, NY.

Francis L. Demong and Phyllis Demong lived on Sweet Rd. by 1948, and lived in Middlebury, VT, by 1969.  Mr. Demong was born on 8-10-1916, and was a native of Syracuse.  He was the manager of the Cramer Supply Laundry Co.  Mrs. Demong was born in 1920, and is a prominent artist and writer.  The family lived in Middlebury at Mr. Demong's death in August, 1981.  They had:  Peter Demong, who attended St. Lawrence University, Geofrey Demong, who was born about 1943, and attended Middlebury College, Thomas Demong, and Sarah Demong.

Clifford H. Dennis and Juanita "Marie" Dennis lived on the Oran Gulf Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Dennis was born on 5-31-1915, and was a native of Whiteford, MI.  He came to Pompey about 1921, and retired in 1977 as the proprietor of the Craig-Dale dairy farm.  Mr. Dennis active in Republican causes and served as a councilman in Pompey.  He died on 5-13-1992.  Mrs. Dennis, a native of Boonville, NY, was born on 9-7-1913, and died on 3-18-1987.  They had:  Carl H. Dennis, who was born on 8-1-1939, lived in Pompey, and was elected Town supervisor, and several foster daughters.

Edward C. Dennis lived at 210 Fayette St. by 1944,  having lived earlier in DeRuyter.   Mr. Dennis was born in OH about 1900.  He was a mechanic and garageman.  Mr. Dennis was first wed to Marion Penoyer.  She was born about 1905, and they wed about 1921.   They divorced by 1944, and by 1954, Mr. Dennis was living at at 523 East Seneca St. and was married to Beatrice E. Van Order.  She was born in Chittenango on 10-20-1902, and moved to Manlius about 1921.  Mrs. Dennis worked as an inspector at the Precision Castings Co., and died on 1-27-1982.  Edward and Marion Dennis had:  Warren Dennis, (see his entry below), and Earl B. Dennis, who died in infancy about 1929.  The brother of Mr. Dennis, Clifford Dennis, also lived in the area, (see his listing above).

Warren Arthur Dennis and Shirley Lois Miller Dennis lived on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948, and later lived on St. Johns Ave.  Mr. Dennis was born in Plattsburg, NY, on 3-12-1925, and earned a Bronze Star for his service as a tank driver during WWII.  He was the son of Edward and Marion Dennis, (see their listing above).  The couple wed on 7-26-1946, but the marriage soon ended and  Mr. Dennis was married on 3-12-1951, to Val Pokorski.  He resided in Syracuse  before moving to the Buffalo area about 1953, where he became a welder at the Buffalo Forge Co.  He also operated an auto repair garage, and assisted his wife in running Danny's Restaurant.  Mr. Dennis married at least twice more:  to Audrey Williams, who was born on 4-15-1916, and died on 1-29-1992, and, in 1992, to Martha Brockway, who was born on 9-1-1913, and died on 5-21-2008.  Mr. Dennis retired in 1988 and at his death on 3-4-2001, in Zephyrhills, FL, was splitting his time between there and Hobart, NY.   Warren and Shirley Miller Dennis had:  Darla Jean Dennis, who was born about 1947.  Mr. Dennis also had:  Edward C. Dennis, who lived in Tampa, FL, Dennis M. Dennis, who lived in  Atlanta, GA, Patrick R. Dennis, who resided in Buffalo, and Pamela Dennis Porter, who lived in Havana, FL.

Eugene John Derduk and Helen Herscha Derduk lived on East Seneca Turnpike by 1930.  Mr. Derduk was born in Russia on 8-24-1896, and came to America about 1914.  He farmed and later worked as a custodian at a quarry in Jamesville.  Mrs. Derduk was probably born 3-26-1910, and the couple wed about 1926.  Mr. Derduk died in October, 1963.  Mrs. Derduk married Gerald Russell in March, 1966, and probably died on 4-17-2007, at age 97.  They had:  Dorothy Louise Derduk, who was born in Manlius on 8-20-1929, was a stenographer and secretary for the Hoffman Corp., wed Walter Charles Scanlon on 2-25-1950, and died on 3-3-1999, while living in the Town of Onondaga, and Marion A. Derduk, who was born about 1931, graduated from Cortland State Teachers College, was a teacher, wed Robert G. Dietz, and lived in Lake Havasu City, AZ.  Mr. Derduk's given name appears in various records as Euteky, Etiky, Lewkety, and Eugene.  On the one document found to contain his own signature, he signed as, "Etiky."  To add to the uncertainty, he was often referred to by his middle name, John.

Francis H. DeRosia and Alice Louise Haith DeRosia lived in Oran by 1941.  Mr. DeRosia was born on 10-31-1909, and was a native of Ticonderoga, NY, where he excelled in sports.  He came to Manlius about 1941, and was a veteran of WWII.  Mrs. DeRosia, a native of Ogdensburg, NY, was born on 4-23-1906. She was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Syracuse University, earning both bachelor's and master's degrees.  Shortly after their marriage on 11-20-1941, and her husband's WWII enlistment, Mrs. DeRosia interrupted a teaching career to assist her father, Herbert Haith, in the operation of his 130 acre farm.  Following the War, Mr. DeRosia farmed and drove a school bus for the F-M school district, and Mrs. DeRosia was an executive secretary for an insurance association.  Mr. DeRosia died on 2-12-1989, and Mrs. DeRosia was residing in Ogdensburg, at her death on 1-18-2002.  She was 95, and had spent 90 years in Manlius.  They had:  John H. DeRosia, who was born about 1947, wed Constance Seamans, was an expeditor at Gray Syracuse, and lives in Manlius, and Harriett DeRosia, who was a cum laude graduate of Syracuse University, married Donald Beggs in 1965, taught math, and lives in Ogdensburg.  A contemporary local newspaper article  describing Mrs. DeRosia's war labors expressed a common sentiment concerning America's domestic war efforts, " (Due to the)...labor shortage, (Mr. Haith is)...doing his bit on his 130 acre farm with the help of his daughter, Mrs. Francis DeRosia. The two have just finished threshing, and say the silos are yet to be filled.  Mr. Haith...has a fine herd of Guernseys and raises all his own grain for their care during the winter.  He has just made the second cutting of alfalfa, and is bewildered as to where to store it...He says he will keep things rolling on the farm until his son-in-law comes back to take over...His daughter, a former school teacher, is his best 'man' on the farm, the two of them doing practically all the work this year so the menfolk can help Uncle Sam harvest the Japs."  (From the 9-11-1942 edition of the Fayetteville Eagle-Bulletin.)

Alois DeRycke lived on South Eagle Village Rd. by 1948, having lived before in Hastings, NY.  Mr. DeRycke was born in 1878, in Saint John Eremo, Belgium.  He came to this country in 1913, and moved to Manlius about 1920, where he was a farmer.  Mr. DeRycke married Hermina (or Herminia) Van Den Bunder, who was also a native of Belgium.  She was born in 1885, and they wed about 1902.  Mrs. DeRycke drowned in an open well on their farm on 2-9-1946, and Mr. DeRycke died on  4-26-1951.  They had:  Isidore DeRycke, who was born in Belgium on 7-27-1903, resided in North Syracuse, married Marie Helen DeShane, worked for a flooring firm, and died on 12-2-1967, Charles DeRycke, who was born about 1904, married Grace Murphy on 12-28-1927, resided in Clay, NY, and died in December, 1979, (Marguerite) Margaret DeRycke, who was born in Belgium about 1908, worked at GE, resided in Syracuse, and died in June, 1995,(Maria) Mary DeRycke, who was born in Belgium on 10-12-1911, and died in Marcy, NY, in September, 1982,  Achiel J. "Archie" DeRycke, who was born in Greece, NY, on 3-2-1914, served in the AAC in the C-B-I theater during WWII, wed Anne R. Bugnacki, was a self-employed hardwood-floor installer, resided in Cicero, NY, and died on 10-24-2000, (Irena) Irene DeRycke Jacobs, who was born on 6-25-1916, and resided in Ballston Spa, NY, at her death on 6-14-2007, Omar Edward DeRycke, who was born about 1920, and was killed during WWII action at Medjez al Bab, Tunisia, on 12-23-1946, Louise Bertha DeRycke, who was born on 9-22-1924, married Robert Cunningham and Ralph Holmes, lived in Sennett, NY, and died on 4-19-2007, and Patrick Francis DeRycke, who died on 3-30-1933, at age two. Charles DeRycke garnered a lot of press coverage in April, 1918, when he walked the 50 miles from Central Square to Watertown, NY, and lied about his age, in an unsuccessful attempt to enlist in the American army, which was then fighting German forces near his hometown in Belgium.        

Elmer Dickerson ived on Rt. 20 by 1948.  Mr. Dickerson was born in Nebraska about 1873, and came to Onondaga County about 1935.  He was married to Katherine Johnk Dickerson, who died 9-24, 1938, while residing in Pompey.  Mr. Dickerson died in Ovid, NY, on 2-17-1956.  They had:  Elsie "Ella" Dickerson, who was born on 9-4-1902, married Thomas J. Waller, lived in Manlius, and died on 11-16-1985, and Jessie Dickerson, who was born about 1914 in Madison, NE, married Thomas Winters, was a nurse's aide, and lived in Massena, NY, at her death on 12-24-1977.

James E. Dietshe and Margaret "Margo" Sturgess Dietshe lived at 106 North St. by 1948.  Mr. Dietshe was born in Ridgefield Park, NJ, on 3-31-1921, and attended Cornell University.  He served with the Army in Africa and Europe during WWII.  Mr. Dietshe was the manager of a service station, and later was the parts manager for a firm.  Mrs. Dietshe was born on 4-16-1921, in Catskill, NY.  She graduated from Cornell, and worked for the Carrier Corp.  The couple lived in East Syracuse when Mr. Dietshe died on 4-28-1971, and Mrs. Dietshe resided in Syracuse at her death on 8-17-2006. 

Howard I. Dillingham and Josephine Hammond Dillingham lived on Whetstone Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Dillingham was born on 10-11-1904, in Elba, NY.  He graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1927, and began a business career as merchandising manager with the Gorham Co. in Providence, RI.  Later, Dr. Dillingham returned to academia, and in 1933 he became the director of the Auburn Collegiate Center--later known as Auburn Community College.  He earned his MS (1936), and doctorate in education (1938), from Syracuse University, and served as the headmaster of The Manlius School from 1944 to 1950.  Dr. Dillingham had a distinguished career with several other institutions before becoming the president of Ithaca College from 1957 to 1970.  He died on 4-25-1998, in Missoula, MT, at age 93.   Mrs. Dillingham was born about 1904, and the couple wed about 1928.  She died in Ithaca in 3-20-1962.  They had:  Elizabeth "Betsy" Dillingham, who was born 3-16-1930, in Providence, grew up in Manlius, earned a bachelor's at Middlebury College in 1952, and a master's in library science from Syracuse University in 1970, married Donald O. Kress, in 1952, was a reference librarian at Cayuga Community College, retired to Old Forge, NY, and died on 12-24-2010, and Carol Dillingham, who married William Floyd Rivet, Jr. in Old Forge in August, 1963.

Carl G. Diriwachter, Sr., and Irene Stevenson Diriwachter lived in Watervale by 1948.  Mr. Diriwachter was born in E. Syracuse on 10-19-1912, and came to Manlius about 1941.  He was a shop worker and a maintenance mechanic at Lamson Corp.  Mrs. Diriwachter, was born on 8-3-1915, and worked at the P&C grocery store, and in the F-M school cafeteria.  Mr. Diriwachter died on 3-10-1977, and Mrs. Diriwachter died on 12-31-2008, at age 93.  They had:  Carl "Skip" Diriwachter, who was an electrician for the Lamson Corp, and lives in Manlius and Wanakena, NY, and Milton Jean "Butch" Diriwachter, who was born on 3-13-1944, wed Mar Lee Shafer in February, 1966, and divorced in 1980, was display manager for Flah's store in Syracuse, operated the Antique Mart in Liverpool, NY, and was a designer in Littleton and Cherry Creek, CO, and in Phoenix, AZ, where he died on 7-5-2010.

Mary M. Donaldson lived at 223 East Seneca St. by 1948, having lived earlier on Pleasant St.  Mrs. Donaldson was born in 1861.  She was the widow of James Donaldson.  He was born about 1862, and died of tuberculosis on 3-31-1906.  Mrs. Donaldson died on 6-29-1950, at 107 Franklin St., the home of her daughter, Nellie Myers.  They had:  John P. Donaldson, who was born on 4-26-1901, served in WWI, was a noted athlete, attended Columbia University, wed a Miss Cross, lived in Reading, PA, and died on 11-18-1993, at age 92, Nellie Donaldson, who was born about 1903, and married Leslie D. Myers, (see their listing below), and Margaret Donaldson, who was born 3-4-1905, married Joseph Christie, and resided in Pensacola, FL, at her death on 7-27-1985.  

Francis G. Doerschug and Carlotta Herwick Doerschug lived on the Seneca Turnpike by 1948, having lived before in Throop, NY.  Rev. Doerschug was born in MN on 9-16-1906.  He served as a chaplain in the USN during WWII, and was a Presbyterian minister.  He later served pastorates in Sheds and Williamstown, NY.  Mrs. Doerschug was born in Barberton, OH, on 5-13-1907, and the couple married about 1928.  She taught English in DeRuyter and South Otselic, NY, schools.  The couple moved to DeRuyter about 1948, and lived there when Rev. Doerschug died on 6-8-1988, and Mrs. Doerschug died on 5-19-1990.

Alfred H. Dolan and Iva Callahan Dolan lived on the Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1948, and later lived at 207 LaFayette Lane in Fayetteville.  Mr. Dolan was born on 5-6-1917, and was a lifetime resident of CNY.  He served in WWII, then worked as a teller, loan officer, trust officer, and branch manager for the Syracuse Trust Co. and the Lincoln Bank.  Mrs. Dolan was born in Frankfort, NY, on 5-18-1921.  She was a graduate of nursing school at Utica Memorial Hospital, and Syracuse University.  She was a school nurse in Jamesville.  Mr. Dolan died on 12-21-1976, and Mrs. Dolan lived in North Port, FL, at her death on 4-11-1997.  They had:  Kurt A. Dolan, who was born about 1949, and died at the Rome State School on 3-20-1974, and Deborah Jean Dolan, who was born in July, 1947, wed Donald Balstra in 1965, and lives in North Port.  

Hubert "Bert" Dommett and Catherine Nix Dommett lived on East Lake Rd. by 1948, having resided earlier in DeWitt.  Mr. Dommett was born on 2-29-1896, in Breamore, England.  He came to America as a teenager, and worked in ND on his uncle William Walter Sivear's horse ranch, before enlisting in the US Army for duty in WWI.  The couple wed about 1928, and came to Cazenovia about 1932.  In Cazenovia he was a dairy farmer, and also rode, groomed, and trained thoroughbred hunting horses for the Martin H. Knapp family.  Mrs. Dommett was born on 10-1-1905, and was a life resident of the CNY area.  She was active in 4-H and other youth groups.  Mr. Dommett died, at age 92, on 8-6-1988, and Mrs. Dommett died on 1-30-1990.  They had:  William H. Dommett, who was born in July, 1930, is a farmer, and resides in Cazenovia.

James E. Dopp and Mildred Melzer Dopp lived at 112 Pleasant St. by 1945.  Mr. Dopp was born on 11-5-1908, in Rural Grove, near Canajoharie, NY, and came to Manlius about 1941.  He graduated from the Canajoharie Teacher Training Class, Oneonta Normal School and Syracuse University, and taught many years in Ilion, NY.  Mr. Dopp was very active in Scouting for more than 50 years and won their prestigious Silver Beaver Award in 1960.  Mrs. Dopp was a nurse-teacher at East Syracuse-Minoa school.  She was born in Richmond, NY, on 11-28-1909, and the couple wed in 1932. Mrs. Dopp studied nursing at the Amsterdam City Hospital, the NYC Foundling Hospital, and Buffalo State College.  Mr. Dopp died on 11-27-1984, and Mrs. Dopp died on 7-3-2001, at age 91.  They had:  Doris Anne Dopp, who wed William Homer Dudley on 9-17-1955, graduated from Cornell University in 1956, and resided in Norwich, NY, James M. Dopp, who wed Nancy Gladden, was a sales manager, and lived in Richmond, VA, and David E. Dopp, who was born about 1945, wed Karen Dopp, was a security guard at Carrier for 14 years, and lived in Manlius.

Edward F. Doubleday and Mary Carroll Doubleday lived at 105 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Doubleday was born in Syracuse about 1906, and attended Syracuse University.  He was an accountant for GE, and retired in 1971 after 26 years of service.  Mr. Doubleday died on 5-10-2000, while living at 7626 Highbridge Rd.  Mrs. Doubleday was born in Baltimore, MD, about 1908, and came to Manlius about 1945.  She died on 6-11-1955.  Mr. Doubleday next wed Lydia V. Adams, who was born on 12-23-1912, and was a native of Palermo, NY.  She was a home health aide and activity director at a nursing home.  The couple divorced and she lived in Kirkville at her death on 12-6-1995.  About 1973, Mr. Doubleday wed Dorothea S. Veal, who was the widow of Arthur W. Veal, who died in 1953.  Mrs Veal-Doubleday was born on 6-25-1914, and was a native of Syracuse.  She worked for GE, retired in 1972, and died on 2-17-2004, while living at The Nottingham in Jamesville.  Edward and Mary Doubleday had:  Diana Doubleday, who graduated with a nursing degree from Keuka College, married Dr. William S. Litterick, the former president of the College, on 7-31-1965, and lived in Cranston, RI.   

Glenn C. Douglas and Lorena Rowe Douglas lived at 104 Pleasant St. by 1948, having lived earlier in Dryden and North Syracuse.  Mr. Douglas was born about 1925.  He was a mechanical engineer with the International Harvester Corp., and was transferred In 1952 to Endicott, NY.  Mrs. Douglas was born on 4-18-1924, in Cortland, and lived there and in nearby McGraw, before the couple married about 1945.  She was a graduate of Cortland State College, and was a teacher.  It is believed that the family resides now in FL. They had:  Diana Douglas, who was born about 1950, married Scott McClure, Jr., and graduated from Buena Vista College (IA) in 1973.

John Francis Downey and Mildred Jennings Downey lived at 106 Scoville Ave. by 1948,  Mr. Downey was born on 7-28-1908, in Ossining, NY.  He was the business manager for Syracuse Chevrolet Co.  The family moved to Montpelier, VT, by 1968, where Mr. Downey was a management accountant for the Chevrolet division of General Motors.  He died on 3-26-1980.  Mrs. Downey was born on 5-13-1907, and was also a native of Ossining.  She died on 6-2-1991.  They had:  Helen A. Downey, who was a sales clerk, wed Kenneth Cooper, had 12 children, and lived in Fayetteville, Alice A. Downey, and another daughter.

Alonzo D. Downing and his son, Lawrence K. Downing, lived at The Manlius School by 1948.  Alonzo Downing was born on 3-31-1890, in Harford, NY.  He was the grounds keeper at the School for 20 years before retiring in 1965.  Alonzo Downing was wed earlier to Lulu Catherine Hamilton.  She was born in Berkshire, NY, on 11-2-1896, and died 4-13-1923, from the complications of childbirth.  Alonzo Downing was living in Kirkville when he died in Cortland on 1-4-1976.  Lawrence Downing also worked at the School before moving to Kirkville.  He was born in Candor, NY, on 9-6-1921, and served as an airplane mechanic in the AAC during WWII.  Lawrence Downing died on 11-26-2004.  Beside Lawrence, Alonzo and Lulu H. Downing had:  Florence Downing, who was born about 1915, Isabelle, (or Isobel), Downing, who was born in 1920, wed Richard Adams, and lived in McGraw, NY, and Juanita Downing, who was born on 4-5-1923, and lived only 10 days.

Arthur Eugene Doxtater and Rena Campbell Doxtater lived at 150 Washington St. by 1948, having lived previously in Fenner, Canastota, Smithfield, and Peterboro, NY.  Mr. Doxtater was born on 9-18-1880, and was a dairy farmer.  He died on 3-31-1958.  Mrs. Doxtater was born on 8-15-1875, and the couple married about 1902.  She died on 11-16-1949.  Mr. Doxtater's obituary lists a surviving step-daughter, Miss Eunice Lee, but no other records concerning her have been located.  The surname Doxtater occurs disproportionately in the census records from Seneca Indian reservations in NY and WI, thus it is possible that Mr. or Mrs. Doxtater had some degree of Native-American ancestry although they are identified as "white" in their own individual census entries.

Roderick E. Doxtater lived on the Seneca Turnpike by 1948, and later lived on Gibbs Rd.  Mr. Doxtater was born on 11-22-1924, and was a lifelong resident of the Manlius area.  He served in the US Army during the Korean Conflict .  Mr. Doxtater worked for the USPS, and also drove a truck for the F-M school district.  Mr. Doxtater married Norma Kinn Seeley about 1957.  She was born on 2-9-1912, and was the widow of Raymond Seeley, who had died in 1953.  Mr. Doxtater died 12-11-1999, and Mrs. Doxtater died on 1-24-2000, while they were living on Highbridge Rd. in Manlius.  From her first marriage Mrs. Doxtater had:  Raymond W. Seeley, and Jerome R. Seeley, both of Syracuse, Pat Seeley Gaffey, who lived in Baldwinsville, and Norma Seeley Kemmett, who resided in Manlius.

John H. Doxtator and Cora Patten Doxtator lived at 110 N. Burdick St. in Fayetteville by 1942, and on East Genesee Turnpike before moving to 119 Mill St. in Manlius by 1948.  Mr. Doxtator was born on 1-22-1908, and grew up at 235 Salt Spring St. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Doxtator worked for the Syracuse Lighting Co., and later was a self-employed contractor.  He lived in Mattydale at his death on 12-25-1982.  Mrs. Doxtator was born on 5-29-1906, and died on 5-6-1976, while living at 300 Hinsdale Rd. in Mattydale, NY.  They had:  John P. Doxtator, who was born on 1-22-1932, lived in Mexico, NY, served in the USAF during the Korean Conflict, married Sally Eisinger, was an electrician with Marine Midland Bank, and died on 10-21-1998, Mary Doxtator, who resided in Mattydale, and Robert J. Doxtator, who was born in Syracuse on 5-29-1935, wed Susan Doxtator and Carol Doxtator, moved to FL in 1989, and died in Bradenton, on 7-28-2002.

Paul J. Doxtator and Margaret Elma Wolven Doxtator lived at 119 Mill St. by 1948.  Mr. Doxtator was born on 7-20-1910, and was a native of Fayetteville, and a life resident of the area.  He was a mason and later did maintenance work for the Leaseway Trucking Co.  Mrs. Doxtator was born on 8-14-1914, and was a native of PA.  She died on 6-24-1992.  Mr. Doxtator died on 3-4-1993.  They had:  Mary Elma Doxtator, who wed LaVerne Eighmey, (see their listing below), James F. Doxtator, who was born on 9-16-1936, served in the US Army, wed Ann Grevelding on 6-30-1973, was a group leader at Crouse-Hinds, lived in Chittenango, and died on 9-10-1978, following an auto accident on Rt. 34 in Ira, NY,   Paul I. Doxtator, who was born on 6-3-1937, served in the US Army, married Jeanette Murowski, was a group leader for the Gray Syracuse Co., lived at 117 Mill St., and died on 1-16-1993, and Suzanne Doxtator White, who lived in Manlius.  

Richard A. Dudley and Loa Dudley lived on St. Johns Ave. by 1948, and later moved to 303 Smith St.  Mr. Dudley was born on 5-13-1911, and was a native of Orchard Park, NY.  He was the manager of the Syracuse operations for the S. M. Flickinger Co.--a Buffalo grocery wholesaler. The couple moved to Liverpool in 1959.  After retiring, they split their time between a summer home in Wellesley Island, NY, and Holiday, FL.  Mrs. Dudley was born 2-9-1912, and attended Smith College.  She worked as a secretary, and died on 12-18-1983.  Mr. Dudley later married Jean Dudley.  She was born 3-25-1926, and died 5-5-2010.  Mr. Dudley died on 6-26-1989.  Richard and Loa Dudley had:  Richard A. Dudley, Jr., who wed Martha Coughlin, was an attorney, and resided in Canton, NY, and Robert Dudley, who was born about 1936, attended Dartmouth College, and lived in Liverpool.  

Bernard E. Duffy and Helen Zartman Duffy lived on No. 1 Rd. by 1948, having lived previously in Chittenango.  Mr. Duffy was born on 12-17-1916, in Cazenovia, and spent his youth there and in Weedsport, NY.  He served in WWII, and was a tree surgeon for the Davey Tree Co. for 30 years.  The couple married about 1942, and left Manlius for Perryville in 1949.  Mrs. Duffy was born in OH on 7-18-1921.  She worked for Bristol Labs in Syracuse, and died on 7-23-2000.  Mr. Duffy died 9-5-1999.  They had:  Yvonne Duffy, who married Harlow Smith on 7-9-1965, and a Mr. Blanchard, and lived in Canastota, Judith Duffy, who lived in Rochester, NY, Michael Duffy, who lived in Syracuse, Merton Duffy, who lived in Canastota, Milton Duffy, who lived in Chittenango, and Michele Duffy Frank, who was born about 1963, and lived in Webster, NY,

Charles H. Duguid and Eila LeMarie Duguid lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, having lived previously in Barre, VT.  Mr. Duguid was born on 3-20-1902, and was a native of Aberdeen, Scotland.  He came to Manlius about 1947, and was an accountant for the Easy Washer Co.  He died on 5-12-1982.  Mrs. Duguid, who worked earlier as a bank clerk, moved to Holland, NY, to be near their daughter.  They had:  Patricia Duguid Pratt, who lived in Holland,  Charles I. "Chuck" Duguid, who was born on 10-5-1941, was a native of Barre, married Andrea L. Barriger, was a process operator at Bristol Labs, moved to Ft. Pierce, FL, in 1987, and died there on 11-12-1993, Jane Duguid, who married Rogers P. Brooks, and lived on the Oran Gulf Rd., Mary Lou Rhodes, who lived in Fayetteville, and Ian S. Duguid, who resided in Endicott, NY.

William Joseph Dunlay and Marguerite Louise Malaney Dunlay lived on Peck Hill Rd. by 1946, and Palmer Rd. by 1948. They had lived earlier in Boston and Watertown, MA.  Mr. Dunlay was born in Rosiere, NY, in January, 1882, and was in the wholesale hay business in Boston before coming to Manlius about 1932.  Mr. Dunlay died on 9-12-1954.  Mrs. Dunlay, a native of MA, was born 1-27-1890, and came to the Manlius area about 1931.  She lived at 105 North St. at her death on 2-9-1970.  They had:  Robert William Dunlay, who was born in 1918, graduated from Syracuse University in 1941, wed Miss Bittman in 1946, and died in 1966, Philip John Dunlay, who was born on 7-2-1921, graduated from Cornell University in 1942, was awarded the Bronze Star for his service in the ETO during WWII, wed Barbara Fox in 1949, lived in Dix Hills, NJ, and died in 1974, Alan Richard Dunlay, who was born on 7-4-1925, graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, was a farmer on Palmer Rd., and died on 5-15-1959, and John B. Dunlay, who was born in Boston on 1-18-1928, lived in Wayland, MA, and died on 3-16-2008. 

Kenneth L. Dunn and Marie Jane Filipelli Dunn lived at 100 Wesley Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Dunn was born on 6-14-1926, and was a native of Schroeppel, NY.  He served with the Merchant Marines during WWII.  He later worked 25 years for the Carpenter Mfg. Co., in Manlius, and was a manufacturer's representative after moving to FL about 1983.  Mrs. Dunn was born on 6-9-1926, in Manlius, and the couple married on 4-19-1947.  They lived in Ocala when Mr. Dunn died on 12-31-1994, and Mrs. Dunn died on 9-18-2000.  They had a daughter who died in infancy.

William Dunster lived in Watervale by 1948.  Mr. Dunster was a farmer.  He was probably a native of England, who came to this country about 1890.  In November, 1957, Mr. Dunster was found dead by some neighbors who noticed that he had not been seen for a week or so.  He was estimated to have been about 90 or 95 years of age at his death.

William F. "Chuck" Durand and Ann Richardson Durand lived on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Durand was born on 12-5-1914, in Brooklyn, NY, and was a graduate of Columbia University.  He was a farmer and after moving to Manlius in 1946, he and his wife, operated Cross Creek Nursery.  Mrs. Durand was born in South Granby, CT, on 9-15-1902, and was a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and Yale University's School of Nursing.  She died on her 50th wedding anniversary, 9-1-1994, at age 91, and Mr. Durand died on 10-9-2000.  They had:  Elizabeth Durand, who attended Western Michigan University, and died in 1985.  Mr. Durand was a conscientious objector during WWII, and was stationed at a work camp at a hospital in Middletown, CT.  It was there that the couple met and married on 9-1-1944.  Mr. Durand remained active in pacifist causes and organizations such as the Syracuse Peace Council.

Harry Cranston Durston lived at The Manlius School by about 1900.  Mr. Durston was born 10-16-1881, in Syracuse.  He was given the honorary title of "Major" by The Manlius School in 1907.  Major Durston joined the AAC ground crew during WWI, and returned to Manlius to serve in the management of The School.  He lived on the campus for 50 years before moving to Syracuse.  Major Durston was an active historian, and was well known throughout CNY for his research and publications, and was the director and secretary of the Onondaga County Historical Association.  He died on 6-8-1950, while working at his desk in the Association offices on Montgomery St. in Syracuse.

Leon Duva lived at 306 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Duva was born on 10-5-1913.  He was the proprietor of a theater in Morrisville, and later operated Ransier Camera store.  By 1983, Mr. Duva lived in Las Vegas, NV, and was possibly married to Pearl A. Trivelpiece, a native of NB, on 10-20-1972.  Mr. Duva resided in Las Vegas at his death on 7-23-2005, at age 91. 

Mary Concetta Duva lived at 220 Fayette St. by 1948, having lived earlier on West Seneca St.  Mrs. Duva was born on 12-15-1880, in Italy.  She was a filer at the Precision Castings Co. in Fayetteville, and died on 5-25-1967.  She was the widow of Nick Duva, who was born on 1-1-1876, and died on 6-12-1926.  Mr. Duva was also a native of Italy and was a laborer at the S. Cheney & Son foundry.  He died of pneumonia.  They had:  Leon Duva, (see his entry above), Jennie Duva Tardio, who lived in Manlius, (see her entry below), and Leona Duva Dischler, who was born in Italy, 11-23-1907, worked for the NY Telephone Co., lived in Syracuse, and died on 2-18-2006, at age 98.

Addison Richard Dwelly and Mildred Stanard Dwelly lived on Palmer Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Dwelly was born on 7-30-1897, and lived all of his life in the Town of Manlius.  He was a dairy farmer.  Mr. Dwelly died on 7-15-1983.  Mrs. Dwelly was born on 4-2-1902, and was also a life resident of the Manlius-Pompey area.  She died 7-14-1974.  They had:  Richard E. Dwelly, (see his listing below).  Mr. Dwelly's older brother, George Dwelly, Jr., who also farmed, lived with Mr. and Mrs. Dwelly.  George Dwelly was born on 9-12-1895, and died in 2-1986, at age 90.  George and Addison were among the five children born to George J. Dwelly, Sr., and Nellie I. Dwelly.

Richard E. Dwelly and Viola Baum Dwelly lived on Palmer Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Dwelly was born in Syracuse, on 10-24-1922, and was a dairy farmer.  Mrs. Dwelly was born in Liverpool, NY, on 6-6-1925, and the couple wed in Manlius on 10-28-1942. She maintained a ceramics shop on their farm.  Mr. Dwelly died on 11-6-2005, and Mrs. Dwelly died on 4-25-2011.  They had:  Richard W. Dwelly, who wed Georgia Wolfanger, was a dairy farmer, and lives in Manlius, Lon Dwelly, who was a truck driver, wed Mrs. Shirley Galusha Hurlbert on 9-20-1969, and Sheila Dwelly, and lives in GA, Kathalyn Sue Dwelly, who married Andrew Parker in July, 1974, and lives in FL, Carolyn Dwelly Clark, who wed Glen Polly, and lives in TX, and Jeralyn Dwelly Soule, who lives in Central Square, NY.

Howard Dever Dye and Ivie King Dye lived at 125 Washington St. by 1948, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Dye was born in McGraw, NY, on 10-30-1891, and was an electrical designer.  He worked for the City Electric Wholesale Supply Co. then for General Electric for 10 years.  Mrs. Dye was born in Perth, Ontario, Canada, on 1-7-1894.  She came to the United States as a young woman and the couple wed on 8-29-1913.  Mr. Dye died on 11-5-1949, and Mrs. Dye died on 4-24-1966.  They had:  Howard Ronald Dye, (see his entry below), and Kenyon Dye, who lived in Manlius.  

Howard Ronald Dye and Florence Marguerite Goodbrand Dye lived at 205 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Dye was born on  3-5- 1915, and was the son of Howard D. Dye and Ivie King, (see the entry above).  Mr. Dye worked as a machinist.  He died on 10-6-1974, while residing in Riverside, CA.  Mr. and Mrs. Dye married on 11-2-1940, and had a daughter who was born in September, 1950.  They divorced in Riverside in December, 1973, and she was wed to Donald C. Norgard on 11-18-1978.  Mr. Nogard was born on 3-11-1916, and died on 5-23-1990.  

Alpha Ray Earl and Edna Chapman Earl lived at 106 High St. by 1948, having lived earlier on Brickyard Falls Rd. and Pleasant St.  They shared their home on High St. with Mrs. Earl's parents, Edward James Chapman and Eva McIntyre Chapman, (see their listing above).  Mr. Earl was born in Boonville, NY, on 2-12-1887, and worked as a carpenter.  He died on 11-30-1957.  Mrs. Earl was born in 1892, and wed Mr. Earl about 1912.  She was an interior decorator, and lived in the East Gate Apartments at her death on 1-11-1986, at age 93.  They had:  Marjorie Ruth Earl, who was born on 12-26-1912, attended Cortland State Normal School, was a graduate of the State University College at Potsdam and earned a master's degree from Syracuse University, lived in Manlius, spent 30 years teaching in Split Rock, NY, and died on 1-4-2000, Hubert Earl, who was born on 1-20-1914, married Dorothy Waite about 1937, worked for the Tully Bakery, later moved to FL, and resided in West Palm Beach at his death on 6-28-2000, Dorothy Eva Earl, who was born in Pompey on 2-4-1915, married DeForest Morgan on 8-14-1937, was a bookkeeper for the Oneida National Bank for 18 years, and lived in Camden, NY, at her death on 4-7-1980, and Fred C. Earl, who was born on 11-3-1916, served in WWII, married Helen Woods, was warehouse manager for the Broome Distributing Co for 40 years, lived in Syracuse, and died on 7-15-1980.  While it would hardly be considered newsworthy today, the "Fayetteville Bulletin" newspaper published an article in November, 1917, informing their readers that Mr. Earl had recently acquired a new Ford touring car.

Edgar F. Earle and Henrietta McClean Earle lived on Eagle Village Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Earle was born on 4-20-1893, and was an electrician and painter.  Mrs. Earle was born about 1890, and the couple married about 1922.  She was a hotel bookkeeper.  Mr. Earle died on 12-28-1973, while living in Palm Beach, FL.

Arthur Thomas Eaton moved to 513 Pleasant St. in 1943, having lived earlier in LaFayette.  Mr. Eaton was born on 10-23-1874. and was a native of Pompey.  He descended from one of the area's earliest settlers.  Mr. Eaton was the owner and operator of a large dairy farm on the Cherry Valley Rd.  until 1943 when he sold the family farm and moved to Pleasant St.  He served as an Elder at the Pompey Church of Christ for more than 50 years, and died on 9-4-1955.   He was the widower of Ella Rolfe Eaton, whom he wed about 1899.  She was born in 1873, and died in LaFayette on 1-5-1940.  They had:  Charles J. Eaton, who was born in 1903, lived in LaFayette, worked on the family's farm, and died on 1-25-1992, Clarence R. Eaton, who was born in 1905, lived in Akron, OH, and probably died in July, 1971, and Curtis A. Eaton, who lived in Manlius, (see his listing below).

Curtis A. "Jack" Eaton lived at 518 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Eaton was born in LaFayette on 8-18-1912.  He worked on the family farm for many years, and later worked for the M&M Goria Trucking Co. as a truck driver.  Mr. Eaton wed Helen Gertrude O'Donnell, about 1951.  She was born in Syracuse on 2-26-1918, and was married previously to a Mr. Feltrinelli, by whom she had:  Joan Feltrinelli Williams Dattler, who resided in Jordan, NY and FL, Paul Feltrinelli, who lived in Crystal Lake, IL and IN, and James Feltrinelli, who lived in Manlius.  Mr. Eaton died 3-23-1983, and Mrs. Eaton died on 10-14-2000, while living in LaFayette.  They had Janice Eaton Hamblin, who lived in FL, Sandra Eaton Kendall, who lived in Jamesville and FL, and Martha Eaton Mawson, who lived in Delphi Falls.

Mabel Thomas Eaton lived at 140 Washington St. by 1948.  Mrs. Eaton was born in 1867, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  She was the widow of Malvern Amos Eaton, whom she wed about 1891.  Mr. Eaton was born about 1861.  He was a native of WI, and was the son of Ward Eaton and Harriet Eaton.  Mr. Eaton worked as a foreman at a whetstone factory while living earlier in Littleton, NH.  He died on 4-21-1945, and Mrs. Eaton died on 2-16-1960, at the age of 92.  A niece of the couple, Miss Marguerite J. Henderson, resided in Oswego, NY, but died on 12-24-1938, at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.  She made a bequest of $25,000 to the Eatons--a very large sum for that period.

Robert Henry Eaton and Lenora Louise Gallinger Eaton lived at 117 Mill St. by 1948.   Mr. Eaton was born 3-17-1877, and was a dairy farmer on the Genesee Turnpike near Fayetteville.  Mrs. Eaton was born about 1878, and the couple married on 4-17-1898.  Mrs. Eaton was a lifelong resident of Onondaga County, and died in Kirkville on 4-1-1949.  Mr. Eaton died in 1969, at about 91 years of age.  They had:  George Herbert Eaton, who was born on 11-30-1900, married Pauline K. Eaton, lived in Springfield, OH, and died in in Zephyrhills, FL on 1-24-1996, at age 95, Dorothy A. Eaton, who was born on 6-30-1903, wed Howard Enders, lived in Kirkville and FL, and died on 7-2-2001, at age 98, Wanda Eaton, who was born on 7-2-1916, wed Charles S. Machell, and lived in Cazenovia at her death on 12-11-2001, and Paul G. Eaton, who was born on 7-26-1912, lived in Ocala, FL, and died on 12-20-2004, at age 92.  (Note that the average age at death of the four children of Robert and Lenora Eaton was almost 93.)

John A. Edlund and Rosamond Harmon Edlund lived on Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Edlund was born on 9-10-1916, and was a native of Cortland, NY.  He was a toolmaker, and later founded his own manufacturing firm.  Mrs. Edlund was born about  1918 in Cortland, and worked 20 years for the NYS Parks Commission office in Jamesville.  Mr. Edlund died on 10-29-1969, and Mrs. Edlund died on 7-16-2001.  They had:  Jennifer Edlund France, who lived in New Port Richey, FL, and John Edlund, Jr., who was born in February, 1950, and lived in Baldwinsville, NY.

David H. Edwards and Rhoda Hastings Edwards lived at the Manlius Military School by 1948, and at 137 Washington St. by 1954.  Mr. Edwards was born on 12-31-1911, and was a native of Madison, WI.  He graduated from Oberlin College in 1934, and earned a master's from Cornell in 1936.  Mr. Edwards taught in Pennsburg, PA, during the 1930's, and was involved with a Cleveland, OH, steel firm during WWII.  He then began teaching at the ManliusSchool, and retired in 1976 as head of the English department at the combined Manlius-Pebble Hill School in DeWitt.  Mrs. Edwards was born on 2-12-1912.  She was a native of Faribault, MN, but grew up in Oberlin, OH, and earned a music degree from Oberlin College.  Mrs. Edwards taught piano at her home and was the organist and choir director at the First Baptist Church in Manlius.  She had an interest in genealogy and was a member of the DAR.  Mr. Edwards died on 12-20-1990, and Mrs. Edwards died on 12-20-1995.  They had:  Timothy D. Edwards, who lived in Manlius, William H. Edwards, who lived in West Chester, PA, and Anne Edwards Smith, who lived in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Arthur Stephens Egy and Shirley Matthews Egy lived in Watervale by about 1946, having resided previously in East Syracuse.  Mr. Egy was born on 4-19-1915,  in Stettler, Alberta, Canada, and was a veteran of WWII.  He attended Syracuse University, and was a carpenter.  He worked for the Otis and Oldfield Co. from 1936 to 1967, and retired in 1980 as a maintenance supervisor for Strathmore Products.  Mr. Egy died on 5-31-1998, and Mrs. Egy, who was born on 9-28-1918, died on 2-17-2010, at age 91.  They had:  Arthur F. Egy, who lives in East Syracuse, and Shirley Ann Egy, who lives in Chittenango.

LaVerne Eugene "Geno" Eighmey lived on High Bridge Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Eighmey was born on 12-1-1928, and was a barber.  He served with the USN in WWII, and was a minor league pitcher.  On 9-3-1955, he wed Mary Elma Doxtator. Mrs. Eighmey was born on 6-23-1934, and was a life long resident of the Manlius area.  She worked at the NY Telephone Co. and at the Cavalry Club, where she was a hostess.  The couple lived at 125 Mill St., and at 111 Mill St. at Mrs. Eighmey's death on 10-17-1998.  Mr. Eighmey died in a VA home in Oxford, NY, on 5-5-2012.  They had:  Michelle Eighmey, who wed Patrick King and resided in Manlius, Jody Eighmey LaFrance, who wed James Henson, and also lived in Manlius, Gary Walter Eighmey, who married Susan Margaret Allen on 10-30-1984, and worked for the Stickley Furniture Co., James A. Eighmey, who resided in Manlius, and Dean F. Eighmey, who wed Michelle Eighmey.

Asa Joel Ellis lived at 4991 Highbridge St. by 1948, having lived before in Pompey and DeRuyter.  Mr. Ellis was born in Nortonville, KS, on 7-22-1879, and came to CNY by 1900, where he worked as a farmer.  He died on 1-23-1963.  Mr. Ellis was the son of Seward E. Ellis and Alice Phillips Ellis.  His mother died in Cortland, NY, on 1-31-1906, and his father lived with him by 1920.  Mr. Ellis had a sister, Aletae Ellis, who married Harold Hall and lived in Fayetteville, and a brother, Edward Ellis, who lived in Perch, Ontario, Canada.  

Rocco Elmer and Mary Byrne Elmer lived on Sweet Rd. in Jamesville by 1948, and later moved to 3537 Apulia Rd. in Jamesville.  Mr. Elmer was born in Clyde, NY, about 1901.  He worked for a period as an assembler for a gear firm, but was primarily a farmer.  He died on 9-29-1976.  Mrs. Elmer was a native of Syracuse.  She was born about 1903, and the couple wed about 1928.  Mrs. Elmer died on 11-17-1990.  They had:  Francis Elmer, who lived in Bridgeport, NY, Edna Elmer, who wed John Albanese about 1952, and lived in Jamesville, Marilyn Elmer, who married Charles K. Dinehart, and resides in Tampa, FL, Elizabeth Elmer, who married Joseph Sikora, and lived in Liverpool, and Noreen Elmer, who wed Richard G. Humberstone on 10-24-1959, and lives in Weedsport, NY. 

Henry Luray "Ray" Elsbree and Elizabeth Allen Elsbree lived at 132 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Elsbree was born on 6-1-1892, in Erieville, NY, and was earlier married to Mabel Elsbree, a native of England.  She was born about 1884, and the couple wed about 1909.  They lived on a farm in West Henrietta, NY, following their marriage, and then moved to Madison County, NY, before moving to Syracuse about 1919.  In Syracuse, Mr. Elsbree worked as a chauffeur and moulder.  Later, while in Manlilus, he worked for the county highway department.  Mr. Elsbree died on 9-7-1965.  The second Mrs. Elsbree, Elizabeth Allen, was born on 8-6-1919.  She resided in East Syracuse at her death on 1-2-2008.  Luray and Mabel Elsbree had:  Anna Mae Elsbree Crouse, who was born about 1912, and lived in Williamsport, PA, Truman Luray Elsbree, who was born about 1913, wed Harriett L. Williams, and resided in Syracuse at his death in July, 1951, George Henry Elsbree, who was born about 1915, wed Hilda Margaret Williams on 10-11-1946, and lived in East Syracuse, Doris E. Elsbree, who was born about 1919, and lived in Rome, NY, Lena Elsbree Keller, who was born about 1922, and lived in Syracuse, and Alma Elsbree Heaton, who was born about 1924, and lived in Syracuse.     

Louis A. Emerick and Mary Agnes Emerick lived at 304 East Seneca St. by 1948, and later at 120 Washington St.  Mr. Emerick was born on 11-2-1898, and was a native of Syracuse.  He was a supervisor at the Precision Castings Co., and an avid gardener and trout fisherman.  Mrs. Emerick, a native of NYC, was born on 12-26-1901, and died on 12-6-1981.  Mr. Emerick died on 3-17-1971.  They had:  John L. Emerick, who was born about 1921, was a USAF veteran of the Korean Conflict, was a clothes buyer, and died on 11-16-2000, Robert J. Emerick, who was born about 1924, served in WWII, and lived in Manlius, Jeanne Emerick Judge, who lived in Fayetteville, and Margery Emerick, who wed Lynn B. Hutchinson, and lived in Manlius.

Frank LeRoy Emmons and Lillian Hale Emmons lived on East Seneca Turnpike by 1948, and later lived at 207 Hill St. in Chittenango.  Mr. Emmons was born in Cazenovia on 9-16-1904, and owned and operated a dairy farm in Manlius for many years.  Mrs. Emmons was born on 3-9-1906, in Syracuse, and the couple wed on 8-6-1927.  Mr. Emmons died on 8-29-1977.  Mrs. Emmons died on 12-10-1998, at age 92, while living in Cazenovia.  They had:  Joyce E. Emmons, who was a secretary, married Claude Hotaling, in January, 1955, and lived in Chittenango, Janet Elaine Emmons, who wed Earl Coleman about 1952, and lived in Cazenovia, and Theodore H. Emmons, who was born on 11-17-1934, was a horse trainer, worked at General Crushed Stone, Inc., served as Town dog warden, married Armeline Benoit, lived in Manlius, and died on 3-2-2004.

Fred F. Enders lived at 218 St. Johns Ave. by 1948.  Mr. Enders was born on 5-21-1883, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  He worked as a mechanic,  carpenter, and painter, while also operating Enders Brothers Dairy Farm.  Mr. Enders died on 3-25-1969.  Members of his family were among the earliest settlers in Manlius, and Enders Rd. was named for them.  The family homestead was constructed prior to 1840, and at one time the farm was noted for its tobacco production.  

Carl John Erickson and Pearl H. Erickson lived on Eagle Village Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Erickson was born in Sweden on 8-27-1893.  He was a moulder and a farmer.  Mrs. Erickson was born about 1886, and was a native of Williamsport, PA.  The couple wed about 1923, and lived at 411 Clinton St. in Fayetteville, when Mrs. Erickson died on 11-10-1971.  Mr. Erickson died on 8-27-1973, his 80th birthday.  They had:  Paul F. Erickson, who was born about 1924, was a farmer, and lived in LaFayette, NY.   

Walter Eugene Ernst and Velma Adams Ernst lived at 507 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Ernst was born on 10-2-1914, in Solingen, Germany, and served with the US Army in the ETO during WWII.  He was a founder and senior partner of Ernst and Cooper Insurance in Manlius, and served as a Village trustee and police and fire commissioner.  Mrs. Ernst was born in1915, and died on 9-23-1952.  By 1954, Mr. Ernst was wed to Lucia Warwick.  She was the widow of Sgt. John L. Butterfield who was killed in a military plane crash in New Boston, TX, on 6-3-1951.  About 1971, Mr. Ernst married Juanita Shorkey, and they lived on Limestone Dr.  They moved to FL in 1976, and to Knightdale, NC, in 1994, and resided there at Mr. Ernst's death on 8-30-2002.  He and Velma Ernst had:  Walter Ernst, Jr., who lived in Israel.

Elmer Erwin Estey, Jr., and Emily Adell Rowley Estey lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Estey was born on 6-26-1912, and the couple wed at the Fabius Baptist Church on his 19th birthday, 6-26-1931.  He was a toolmaker for the R. E. Dietz Co., and maintained a family farm.  Mrs. Estey was born on 11-30-1913, and was the clerk for the Town of Pompey, deputy Onondaga County Clerk, and sold real estate.  She also wrote for four newspapers, including The Syracuse Post-Standard, where her column "Along the Post Road" appeared for more than 20 years.  The couple moved to El Paso, TX, about 1974, and later moved to Roswell, NM, where they resided until their deaths.  Mrs. Estey died on 6-11-1995, and Mr. Estey died on 6-10-2003, at age 90.  They had:  Lois Emily Estey, who married James Alexander Brown on 7-2-1955, was a teacher for the Cazenovia Central School District, and lived in Orlando, FL, Vera Ann Estey, who attended Buffalo State Teachers College, wed Randolph McDowell in Pompey United Church on 4-9-1955, and lived in El Paso, TX, Mary Patricia Estey, who graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology, wed James Patrick Modrak in 1958, and lives in Atlanta, GA, Elmer "Stub" Estey III, who earned a degree in mechanical engineering from Clarkson College in 1964, was a vice president of AT&T, and lived in Washington, DC, and Myrna Jean Estey Coleman Marshall, who lived in Tulsa, OK.

Arthur Llewellyn Evans lived at the Manlius Military School by 1941.  Mr. Evans was born on 2-11-1880, and was a native of Sherrill, NY.  At age 19, he was appointed principal of a small school in Durhamville, NY.  He also worked as a reporter for papers in Oneida and Syracuse, and worked his way through Syracuse University, graduating in 1904. In 1939, he published a book dealing with the history of the first 50 years of Syracuse University's football team, (1889 to 1939).  He was the director of admissions at the Manlius School in 1941.  Mr. Evans married Mrs. Marjorie Wilcox Egan in Scarsdale, 9-17-1948.  Mrs. Egan-Evans was born about 1895, and was the daughter of Clayton and Calista Wilcox.  She wed Leo Egan, about 1916, and they lived for a period in Williamsport, PA, and had two sons. 

Edward S. Evans and Mary Marie Rogers Evans lived on Whetstone Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Evans was born in 1874, and died in January, 1954.  He was a carpenter.  Mrs. Evans was born in Canada in 1874, and the couple wed about 1901. She died on 1-10-1964, while residing in Cazenovia.  Mr. Evans' brother, Joseph Evans, lived with the family before his death on 11-22-1948, at age 82.  Edward and Joseph Evans were among 11 children born to William and Ann Evans, Irish immigrants who came to Manlius before the Civil War.   Mary and Edward Evans had:  Anna Evans, who was born about 1903, worked as an operator for the local telephone company and for the Onondaga Country Club, before her death from heart disease on 3-21-1929, at age 25, and Helen R. Evans, who was born in 1905, graduated from Syracuse University in 1926, taught at Waverly, Leavenworth, Sequoit Valley, and Auburn, (NY), schools before starting to teach Latin in 1946 at Fayetteville High School, and died on 4-20-1963.   

John J. "Red" Evans and Mary Evans lived at 132 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Evans was born on 9-20-1907, and was a native of Cazenovia.  He was a veteran of WWII, and a life resident of CNY.  Mr. Evans was retired from Carrier Corp. and living at 833 East Brighton Ave., in Syracuse, at his death on 4-24-1997.  They had:  a daughter, who is believed to have died young.  

Marian C. Evans lived at 136 Washington St. by 1900.  Miss Evans was born on 4-4-1899, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  She was a stenographer for a law firm and later was a clerk and librarian for the Niagara-Mohawk Power Co. for 32 years.  Miss Evans' sister, Margaret Evans Carr, the widow of Christopher C. Carr, (see their listing), lived with her until about 1973.  Miss Evans died on 3-10-1981. 

Harry H. Everingham and Iva Mills Everingham lived on East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Everingham was born on Christmas Day, 1886, and worked as a dairy farmer.  He died in October, 1973.  Mrs. Everingham was born about 1890, and died in January, 1980.  At her death she was the oldest active member of the Manlius First Baptist Church. The family shared their home with Mr. Everingham's brother, Bert J. Everingham, who was born on 8-6-1890.  He was also a farmer, and died on 6-18-1980.  They had:  John Everingham, (see below), Jane Everingham, who was born about 1917, married Francis C. Glazier in 1939, and lived in Hubbardsville, NY, and Susan Everingham, who was born about 1925, wed Cecil Rowley, and lived in Manlius.

John N. Everingham and Alice Stephens Everingham lived at 8211 East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Everingham was born 2-15-1915, and was a life resident of Manlius.  He was a farmer and a trucker, and later was a school bus driver for the FM  district.  Mrs. Everingham was born 6-9-1918, and was a native of Watervale, NY.  She did clothing alterations for J. C. Penney's in Shoppingtown, DeWitt, and later drove for the FM school district.  The couple wed about 1937.  Mrs. Everingham died 10-14-1990, and Mr. Everingham died 2-18-2000.  They had:  Sharon Everingham Behling Dobson, who lived in Eagle Bay, NY.  Mr. Everingham's parents, Harry and Iva Everingham lived nearby, (see their listing above). 

Millard Taylor Everingham and Mable (or Mabel) Alice McManus Everingham resided at 306 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Everingham was born on 2-5-1887, and worked as a machinist for the S. Cheney & Son foundry.  He died 12-15-1967.  Mrs. Everingham was born 2-5-1889, and died in January, 1972.  They had:  Ethel Winifred Everingham, who was born on 4-2-8-1908, was a county public health nurse, married Ralph J. Wainwright on 8-9-1930, lived in Manlius, and died in July, 1984, and Donald Millard Everingham, who was born on 9-8-1912, graduated from Syracuse University's College of Fine Arts in 1937, studied art in Mexico on a Hazard scholarship, taught art at the University of Texas, was a professional artist, and died in Syracuse on 2-6-1951.   

Raymond L. Everingham lived at 104 Moulter St. by 1948, and at 123 East Seneca St. by 1954.  Mr. Everingham was born on 8-19-1891, and was a life long resident of the area.  His brother, Millard Everingham, lived nearby, (see his listing).  Raymond Everingham was a machinist, and also served as Chief of the MVFD.  He lived at 125 Washington St. at his death on 11-13-1962.  

William P. Everly and Beatrice McCrystal Everly lived at 119 Fayette St. by 1948.  Dr. Everly was born 12-2-1917, in PA, and served in WWII.  He was the step-son of Harry Rathburn, and grew up in Manlius.  He graduated from Cornell University in 1941, and was a veterinarian.  Dr. Everly worked for awhile for the E. R. Squibb & Sons pharmaceutical firm in New Brunswick, NJ, before going into practice in Manlius.  Mrs. Everly was born on 11-26-1917, and she and Dr. Everly were classmates in elementary school in Manllius.  He died on 11-4-1963.  Mrs. Everly lived in Willowbrook Apts. at her death 3-13-1973.  They had:  William C. Everly, who was an officer in the US Army, and married Kathleen Joanne Goold in July, 1967, Michael Everly, Kathleen Everly Giordano, and Patricia Everly.  

Harry Thomas Everson lived on Seneca Turnpike by 1910.  Mr. Everson was born on 4-1-1892, and was a native of Lyndon.  His family moved to Manlius about 1896.  Mr. Everson owned and operated a dairy farm.  His sister, Mary A. Everson, who was a teacher at the old Chittenango Station school, lived with him.  Miss Everson was born on 2-19-1896.  They were among five children born to James H. and Anna Everson, and lived on what had been their parent's farm.  Mr. Everson died on 6-24-1964, and Miss Everson died on 8-24-1977.  Their siblings were:  Frances "Fannie" Everson Meagher, Helen Everson Goodell, and William Carroll Everson, who was born about 1892, wed Margaret Everson, was a farmer, and died on 7-3-1947. 

John Andrew Everspaugh and Dorothy Millis Everspaugh lived at 105 Fayette St. by 1948, and later lived in Perryville.  Mr. Everspaugh was born about 1912, and worked as an aluminum smelter at the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 4-17-1952.  Mrs. Evanspaugh was born in Manlius on 6-12-1916, and worked as a switchboard operator, and as a housekeeper.  She lived in Lakeport, Perryville, and Chittenango, before moving to Canastota in 1975.  Following her husband's death she married Charles Walter Latham, who died in 1960. Mrs. Everspaugh-Latham died on 7-24-1997. Mr. and Mrs. Everspaugh had:  Robert F. Everspaugh, who served in the USN, and lived in Broken Arrow, OK, John A. Everspaugh, Jr., who was born on 1-22-1943, married Sharon Southard, was a trucker and a guitarist with country-western bands, and died on 2-6-1987, and Anne Everspaugh Shaw, who lived in Canastota.   

Mabel H. Fallon lived at 113 Fayette St. by 1948, at 201 Pleasant St. by 1954, and later at 101 Scoville Ave.  Mrs. Fallon was born on 12-8-1891, in Pittsburgh, MI, and graduated from the University of Michigan.  She came to Manlius in 1936 to be an English teacher, and retired from the FM district about 1960.  Mrs. Fallon died on 8-18-1965, and had:  Eugene L. Fallon, who lived in Los Angeles, CA.  

Charles M. Farley and Pauline "Skip" Angel Farley lived on the Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Farley was born 4-28-1923, and grew up in Oneida and in Manlius, where he was active in high school athletics.  He served as an aerial photography technician during WWII, and later was a draftsman, designer and engineer at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Farley retired in 1984 as the president of the Thermold Corp., and the couple moved to Satellite Beach, FL.  Mrs. Farley was born in Oneida on 7-29-1920.   Mr. Farley died in Satellite Beach on 9-15-1987.  Mrs. Farley died on 7-22-2009, while living in Melbourne, FL.  They had:  Ronald Michael Farley, who graduated from the American School in Lugano, Switzerland, was a vice president of the Thermold firm, married Nancy Carol LeValley on 1-25-1976, and lives in Cazenovia, Dean S. Farley, who wed Christine Farley, and lives in Canastota, Linda Farley, who is believed to have died young, and Dawn Farley, who married Larry Goodson, and resides in Melbourne.  Mr. Farley was the son of Mrs. Dorothy Farley of Random Acres, Brickyard Falls Rd., and the brother of Donald Farley, (see their joint listing below).

Dorothy Stark Farley lived on the Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1948.  Mrs. Farley was born in the hamlet of Higgensville, NY, on 10-8-1899.  She grew up in Paradise Hill and Oneida, and graduated from Buffalo Secretarial School.  Mrs. Farley  was wed to Charles M. Farley, who was an undertaker in Oneida.  Mr. Farley died in 1928, and Mrs. Farley wed Harry E. Stafford in 1952, and moved to his home on Jamesville Rd.  Mr. Stafford was the assistant plant manager at the Precision Castings Co.  When he retired in April, 1970, the couple moved to FL, and Mrs. Farley-Stafford died there less than two years later.  Mrs. Farley was executive secretary to the president of the Revere Brass and Copper Co. in NYC when she came to Manlius in 1941, and served in the same capacity to Arthur Chase, who was president of the Precision firm.  Mr. and Mrs. Farley had:  Charles M. Farley, and Donald H. Farley, (see their listings above).

Donald H. Farley and Mary B. "Merrie" Farley lived on the Brickyard Falls Rd., at Meridan Manor, by 1948.  Mr. Farley was born on 6-11-1924, and was a Marine Corps bombadier in the PTO  during WWII.  Following the War, Mr. and Mrs. Farley resided briefly with his mother, Dorothy Farley.  (See her listing below.)  Mr. Farley was a carpenter, and later, a salesman for the O'Brien Corp.  The couple moved to Palm Bay Pointe, FL, by 1963.  Mrs. Farley was born on 1-31-1918, and died on 11-1-2000, and Mr. Farley resided at Port Charlotte, FL, at his death on 2-15-2002.  They had:  Michael Farley, who lived in Gateland, MD.

Earland Myrick "Buck" Farmer and Rachel DeWolf  Farmer lived on Hunt Rd. near Fayetteville by 1948.  Mr. Farmer was born on 9-3-1897, in New Bedford, MA, and served as a USN flight instructor during WWII.  He was president and chairman of the board of Gould-Farmer Co. and president of the Langdon-Hughes Electric Co. in Utica.  He also served as the president of the Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, and was active in many civic causes.  Mr. Farmer died 3-28-1955.  Mrs. Farmer was born in MA in 1894, and graduated from Wheaton College in 1916.  The couple wed in 1918, and Mrs. Farmer died 2-20-1980.  They had:  Clara C. Farmer, who was born in 1919, Cay Farmer, who was born about 1919, wed Daniel E. Spaulding, and lived in Kenebunk Beach, ME, at her death on 1-23-1983, Jean Farmer, who married D. Page Cornwall and William A. Darrin, and lived in Kenebunk Beach, and Clifford M. Farmer, who was born about 1926, attended Amherst and Williams Colleges, served as an Army infantry officer, wed Marilyn Elizabeth Muller in December, 1949, and lived in Fayetteville and Palo Alto, CA.  

Arthur C. Farnham and Anna Lanning Farnham lived at 138 Washington St. by 1914.  Mr. Farnham was born in Otisco, NY, on 11-12-1874, and Mrs. Farnham was born there the following year.  The couple married in June, 1896, and moved to Manlius in 1914.  Mr. Farnham worked as a motorman for the Syracuse and Suburban Electric Railroad Co. He then was a polisher for the S. Cheney & Sons firm and the Precision Castings Co., before retiring in 1951.  The couple shared an interest in gardening, with Mrs. Farnham specializing in growing of African Violets.  Mr. Farnham died on 4-19-1966.  Mrs. Farnham lived about nine years with a sister in their hometown of Otisco before she died on 4-11-1972, at age 97.  They had:  Willis C. Farnham, and Paul E. Farnham, (see their listings below). 

Paul Emerson Farnham and Lorna York Farnham lived at 129 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Farnham was born about 1908, and operated a Texaco gas station at 112 East Seneca Turnpike.  Mrs. Farnham was born in Brookfield, NY, on 6-28-1912, and grew up in New Berlin and Syracuse.  She was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Syracuse University and a teacher and guidance counselor for the F-M school district.  Mr. Farnham died on 9-16-1960, while undergoing heart surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.  Mrs. Farnham died in Manlius on 1-27-2001.

Willis C. Farnham and Irene Parker Farnham lived at 304 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Farnham was born in Otisco, about 1898, and came to Manlius with his parents in 1914.  He was a supply sergeant during WWI, and earned four battle stars.  Following the War, he worked as a postal clerk, and in 1956 became the Manlius postmaster, by appointment of President Eisenhower.  Mr. Farnham was active in Masonic affairs and served on the local board of education.  He died on 6-2-1984.  Mrs. Farnham was born 6-15-1895, in Varysburg, NY, and graduated from Morrisville Agricultural & Technical College.  The couple wed about 1922.  She was a teacher for the F-M district, for 39 years, and died on 1-8-1972.  Mr. Farnham was a faithful recorder of his WWI experiences through lengthy letters to his parents at home in Manlius.  Many of them were printed in contemporary issues of the local Fayetteville Eagle-Bulletin and serve as an interesting account of the War from the perspective of one young soldier.

John A. Farnsworth and Edith Lucile York Farnsworth lived on Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, at 210 North St. by 1954, and on Kimball Rd. by 1958.  Mr. Farnsworth was born on 1-13-1903, and was a native of Melrose, MA.  He was briefly a salesman, and then became a NYS Trooper.  He also worked as a carpentry contractor.  Mrs. Farnsworth was born about 1907.  She was a teacher for many years, and died on 1-31-1967.  Mr. Farnsworth later married Mary Elizabeth Farnsworth, and lived at 333 Westcott St. in Syracuse at his death on 6-9-1972.  The second Mrs. Farnsworth, a life resident of Syracuse, was born on 2-14-1903, and died on 11-9-1993, at age 90.  John and Edith Farnsworth had:  Katherine E. Farnsworth, who wed Donald W. Loope, taught at the Mott Rd. School in Fayetteville, and lived in Manlius, Jean A. Farnsworth, who married Richard Hiler, and lived in Mechanicsburg, PA, Nancy Elizabeth Farnsworth, who graduated from Powelson Business Institute, was a secretary, wed Eldon D. Jumper in August, 1957, and lived in Camp Hill, PA, and Ruth M. Farnsworth, who graduated from Morrisville Agricultural & Technical College, was an LPN, wed John C. Crysler in 1958, and lived in Cornelia, GA, at her death on 1-2-2001. 

Francis Herbert "Frank" Farrington and his daughter, Ethel Irene Farrington, lived on the Fayetteville Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Farrington was born on 5-16-1874, and married Lottie L. Morse about 1896.  Mrs. Farrington was born in 1875, near South Bay, NY.  The couple lived for a period in Ithaca, NY, where Mr. Farrington was a telegraph operator, and ticket agent.  By 1920, they lived on Tallman St. in Syracuse, and Mr. Farrington worked as a machinist.  The family lived at 235 Park Avenue in Syracuse at Mrs. Farrington's sudden death on 7-15-1923.  Mr. Farrington and his daughter Ethel, moved to Manlius about 1932.  Miss Farrington was born in November, 1895, and was a housekeeper.  She died on 1-15-1955, and her father died in September, 1962.  Mr. and Mrs. Farrington had another daughter, Helen F. Farrington, who was born in 1898, married Watson Hicks, and lived in Manlius.  (See their listing.)

Raymond Shepherd Fellows and Elizabeth Reeves Fellows lived at 215 East Seneca St. by 1945, having lived earlier at 306 Fayette St. and on West Seneca St.  Mr. Fellows was born on 11-12-1894, and was a native of Cazenovia.  He served in WWI, and later was a heat treater at the Precision Castings Co. where he worked for 43 years.  The couple moved from Manlius to Syracuse about 1953, and lived at 1005 Lodi St. when Mr. Fellows died on 8-24-1980.   Mrs. Fellows was born in Manlius 3-26-1905, and the couple wed about 1922.  She was a food service worker at Syracuse University, and lived at 753 James St. in Syracuse, at her death on 12-17-1992.  They had:  George Carlton Fellows, who was born 4-16-1925, served during WWII, was a truck driver, and resided in Syracuse, and Raymond E. Fellows, who was born about 1928, served in the USAF, was a truck driver, and lived in Syracuse. 

Arthur H. Fennimore and Florence M. Fennimore lived on Pleasant St. by 1946, at 103 Moulter St.  by 1948, moved to Thompson Rd. near North Syracuse in July, 1951, and later moved to the Philadelphia, PA, area.  Mr. Fennimore was a machinist, while living in Manlius.  Mrs. Fennimore probably died in FL on 4-22-2010, at age 97.  They had:  Arthur "Chickie" Fennimore, who was born on 2-28-1942, graduated from Princeton, married Holly Anne Hardester, was an accomplished concert pianist, and died in East Stroudsburg, PA, on 2-18-1984, after collapsing while skiing, Linda Dale Fennimore, who was born in January, 1946, lived in NYC, and is a celebrated jazz violinist, and Sheryl Fennimore.

Arnold A. Ferguson and Ruth Skelton Ferguson lived at 111 Seneca St. by 1945, at 135 Washington St. by 1948, and at 7868 Broadfield Rd. by 1964.  Mr. Ferguson was born on 5-11-1920, and served in the USN during WWII.  He was a machinist and fire inspector for the Easy Washer Co., before joining the Lipe-Rollway Corp. in 1958 as a service engineer.  Mrs. Ferguson was born about 1921, and lived in Pompey.  She graduated from the Crouse-Irving Hospital nursing school in 1950.  The couple reside now in Bridgeport, NY.  They had:  James A. Ferguson, who was born in December, 1941, wed Sharon A. Knutson, received a BS from the University of Arizona in 1959, and an MA degree in 1972 from Ball State University, and was a career officer in the USAF, and Nancy Anne Ferguson, who was born in 1957.  Mr. Ferguson's father, George Ferguson, and brother, Kenneth Ferguson, also lived in Manlius.  

Emerson Ballard Ferguson and Leatah Plank Ferguson came to Manlius about 1926, and lived at 110 Fayette St. by 1948, and at 114 Greenridge by 1954.  Mr. Ferguson was born on 8-13-1880, and worked as an electrician for the NYC railroad.  The couple lived at the Baptist Home in Fairport at his death on 7-18-1960.  Mrs. Ferguson was born in 1881 and was a native of Canastota, NY.  She died in April, 1961.  They had:  Mary Elizabeth "Betty" Ferguson, who was born about 1912, wed Ralph Emerson Welch on 12-9-1934, and lived in Rome, NY, at her death in May, 1942, Robert Emerson Ferguson, who was born in 1914, and died on 8-31-1929, Harriett Gene Ferguson, who was born about 1915, married  Robert E. Davies, was a dental assistant, and resided at 110 Fayette St., Donald F. Ferguson, who was born about 1917, served as an Army officer during WWII, and resides in St. Augustine, FL, Dorothy Ferguson, who was born about 1919, wed Bertram I. Rose, (see their listing below), Ada Ferguson, who was born about 1920, Elsie Ferguson, who was born in South Onondaga, NY, on 11-23-1922, wed Kenneth L. Bex about 1943, and resided in LaFayette, NY, at her death on 10-5-2005, Annette A. Ferguson, who married Anthony Andrusyszyn, was a secretary and bookkeeper, and lived at 119 Eureka Dr., and Alta M. Ferguson, who was born about 1924, wed Harry Nicklaus, worked for the NY Telephone Co., and moved to Bowling Green, KY. 

James E. Ferguson and Phyllis Brooks Ferguson lived on the Oran-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948, the Pompey Center Rd. by 1954. and 8503 Indian Hill Rd. by 1971.  Mr. Ferguson seved in the USN, and the couple married on 11-27-1947.  Mr. Ferguson was a tire re-capper and auto mechanic for Mac Trucks, and retired from Koerner Ford.  They had:  James Emerson Ferguson, who married Diane Elaine Williams on 1-30-1971, worked for Genuine Auto Parts, and resides in Chittenango, Richard Norman Ferguson, who served in the Army, wed Barbara Jean Tickell on 1-23-1971, and lives in Syracuse, Perry G. Ferguson, who lives in Richland, NY, Vicky Marie Ferguson, who worked for Sears, Roebuck, wed Brian David Ferguson on 8-2-1975, and lives in Chittenango, Laurie June Ferguson, who wed Richard Thomas Hence on 2-27-1982, and lives in Chittenango, and Gary J. Ferguson, who lives in Holland Patent, NY.

Kenneth G. Ferguson and Muriel Elizabeth Phelps Ferguson lived at 603 Pleasant St. by 1945, and moved away by 1960.  Mr. Ferguson was born on 3-15-1918, and served in the US Army in WWII.  Mrs. Ferguson was born on 5-31-1918, and the couple wed on 7-6-1940.  She moved to Syracuse about 1954, and died on 6-24-1984, while living at 252 Empire Ave.  They had:  Craig W. Ferguson, who lived in Jordan, NY, and Lonnie L. Ferguson, who was born about 1940, served in the US Army, and lived in TX.

Ora Gifford Ferguson lived at 118 Mill St. by 1941.  She was born in March, 1873, and was the widow of Arthur A. Ferguson, whom she wed about 1892.  Mr. Ferguson was born in July, 1869, and the couple resided in Jefferson and Lewis Counties in upper NYS.  There he was a laborer in a pulp mill, before moving to Manlius about 1920, where he was a machinist in a foundry.  Mr. Ferguson died in July, 1945.  Mrs. Ferguson died on 9-23-1949.  They had:  Glenn G. Ferguson, who was born in Boonville, NY, on 10-4-1894, served in the USMC during WWI, worked in the maintenance department at Syracuse University, and lived in Syracuse at his death on 9-7-1976, Julia K. Ferguson, who married Wesley Fowler, (see their listing below), George Malcom Ferguson, who was born in February, 1898, wed Gertrude L. Foote, (who died 1-22-1938), and Ruth Morgan Badgley, worked as an electrician, and lived in the Limestone Gardens at his death on 9-3-1988, Fred L. Ferguson,who was born on 12-2-1901, worked as a core maker in an iron foundry, lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, and died in January, 1978, Fern M. Ferguson, who wed Warren Woodward, (see their listing), Reba M. Ferguson, who wed a Mr. Shopmyer, (see their listing), Arthur A. Ferguson, who was born about 1914, lived in TX, and died about 1975, and Paul B. Ferguson, who was born about 1915, and served in WWII. 

William M. Ferguson, Jr. and Theda Foote Ferguson lived at 117 Fayette St. by 1947.  Mr. Ferguson was born on 9-16-1916, and was a native of Syracuse.  He graduated from NYS Rangers School at Wanakena, NY, and served in the Army during WWII.  Mrs. Ferguson was born on 7-21-1917, and was a graduate of Syracuse Memorial Hospital's nursing school.  She cared for patients in Manlius from 1958 to 1980.  Mr. Ferguson was a salesman for Art Cerf and Co., and retired in 1981 as a manufacturer's representative for the Callahan and Ferguson Co.  Mr. Ferguson died on 12-15-1995, and Mrs. Ferguson died on 10-3-2008, at age 91. They had:  James C. Ferguson, who lived in Falls Creek, VA, and Patricia Ferguson.

Edwin B. Ferree and Kathryn Bracker Ferree lived on Sweet Rd. near Jamesville and Pompey by 1930.  Mr. Ferree was born on 9-13-1869, in OH, and owned and operated a 100 acre farm.  Mrs. Ferree was born in IN on 5-5-1884, and the couple married about 1905.  The couple lived in Liverpool, NY, when Mr. Ferree died on 1-14-1954, and Mrs. Ferree lived in Latham, NY, at her death on 10-16-1974.  They had:  Alfred T. Ferree, who was born on 2-10-1909, lived in Troy, NY, and died while living in St. Petersburg, FL, in April, 1978. 

William Haldane Ferris, and his younger brother, Fred Ferris, lived at the Manlius School by 1948.  William Ferris was born on 6-27-1882, and was a native of Grand Rapids, MI.  He was a farm laborer in Lisle, NY, then became a night watchman at the Academy.  His brother, Fred Ferris, was born about 1891, and came to the Academy in 1948, where he worked as the custodian for Thomson Hall.  William Ferris died on 9-30-1956, and was survived by his brother, Fred, another brother, John P. Ferris, who resided in Albany, NY, and a sister, Mrs. A. H. Swan, who resided in Peach Blossom, CA.

Fred Ferdinand Feyerabend lived on Highbridge St. by 1948, having grown up in the hamlet of High Bridge, which is between Lyndon and Manlius.  Mr. Feyerabend was born near Manlius on 10-10-1903, and was a chauffeur and a truck driver for the Springer Express Co. and the Red Star Express Co.,  He married Dorothy Raymond on 1-28-1925.  She  was 15 at the time, and lived on her family's farm in Sullivan, NY.  The couple separated, and each returned to their parent's home by 1930.  Mr. Feyerabend died on 9-22-1983.  He had:  Gerald Feyerabend, who was born on 9-28-1936, married Katherina Werner, and resided in Grand Island, NY, at his death on 5-11-2010.


Louis B. Fietta and Irene Kenyon Fietta lived on Sweet Rd. by 1948, and moved to a different home there in 1960.  Mr. Fietta was born in Bollengo, Italy, on 3-15-1914, and came to America as a baby.  He served in the Merchant Marine, was a farmer, and then purchased the Fayetteville Inn from his uncle and operated it for over 50 years.  Mrs. Fietta was born on 1-4-1919, and the couple wed about 1942.  Mr. Fietta died in Sarasota, FL, on 5-22-1998, and Mrs. Fietta lived in Pompey at her death on 11-28-2010.  They had:  Peter M. Fietta, who was a naval aviator, wed Tina Fietta and lives in Jamesville,  Paul Fietta, who married Patricia Fietta, and lived in Elbridge, NY, and Patricia Fietta, who married George LaMaitre, and lives in Mason Valley, NV.

Joseph Filippelli and Mary Gaudio Filipelli lived at 104 Wesley St. by 1948.  Mr. Filippelli was born in Italy on 3-29-1896.  He came to America about 1915, and came to Manlius about ten years later.  He served in the Army during WWI, and earned a commendation from King George of England.  Mr. Filippelli was a shoemaker, and operated his own repair shop in Manlius for 45 years before retiring.   Mrs. Filippelli was born in Syracuse on 2-15-1902, and the couple wed about 1922.  She died on 7-4-1979, and Mr. Filippelli died on 7-22-1980.  They had:  Marie Jane Filippelli, who was born about 1926, wed Kenneth J. Dunn on 4-19-1947, and lived in Fayetteville, Philma J. Filippelli, who was born about  1927, wed Ned Kennedy, and lived in Cazenovia, Francis J. Filippelli, who was born about 1928, and lived in York, PA,  Gloria Filippelli, who served in the WAF, and lived in Fort Myers, FL, Mona Filippelli, who wed John I. Harris, and lived in Fayetteville, and Ruthanne Filippelli, who lived in Manlius.

William O. Findlay and Sylvia Hetzler Findlay lived at 620 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Findlay was born in Rockland, PA, on 10-18-1900, and came to Manlius about 1935.  He worked as a driller, and retired from the Allied Chemical Corp.  He died on 2-20-1977.  Mrs. Findlay was born on 9-24-1902, and, like her husband was a native of Rockland, PA.  She died on 1-10-1978.  They had:  Gilbert D. Findlay, who was elected mayor of Fabius.

Glenford P. Fish and Marilyn K. Fish lived at 205 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Fish was born on 12-22-1922, and grew up in the Oneida area.  He was a Syracuse University student when the couple lived in Manlius.  He graduated in May, 1949, and accepted a position as a science teacher in Lyndonville, NY.  The family moved there about 8-15-1949.  Mr. Fish earned his MA from Syracuse in 1952 and was a career educator.  Mrs. Fish was born on 11-28-1922, and the couple live now in the Oneida area.  They had:  two sons.

Ella Everingham Fisher lived at 104 Moulter St. by 1948.  Mrs. Fisher was born in August, 1882, and was a native of Manlius.  About 1915, she married William H. Fisher.  Mr. Fisher was born about 1876, and was a machine shop worker at the Cheney & Son Foundry before his death on 2-6-1931.  He was married previously and had Mrs. Carlton Carmichael,  who lived in Sherwood Park, NY, Mrs. Laurence E. Murphy, who lived in Norwich, NY, and Marvin Fisher, who was probably born on 8-19-1892, wed Rita Fisher, resided in Albany, NY, was a soap salesman, and died in May, 1967.  Ella Fisher died on 8-19-1956.    

John J. Fisselbrand lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Fisselbrand was born on 3-19-1875, in Syracuse.  He wed Caroline Metzger about 1896.  She was born about 1867, and died on 6-29-1910, while living on 105 Griffiths St., in Syracuse.  Mr. Fisselbrand worked as a railroad carpenter, and later was a farmer.  He moved to Cazenovia in the late 1940's, and died in Hamilton, NY, on 6-24-1966.  They had:  Marjorie Fisselbrand, who was born about 1897, wed John Griffin, and lived in Syracuse at her death on 11-14-1992, at age 93, Virginia M. Fisselbrand, who was born about 1900, taught school in North Eldred, NY, for 50 years before returning to Syracuse in 1984, and died there on 11-13-1991, at age 91, and John Lewis Fisselbrand, who was born on 11-19-1902, wed Mary Doyle, was a newpaper engraver, and lived in Syracuse at his death on 6-9-1983.

Bernard P. Fix and Doris Judge Fix lived on the Oran-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948, before moving to Torrington, CT, in March of 1949.   Mr. Fix was a metallurgist with the Farrington Steel Co.  Mrs. Fix was born in Manlius on 6-2-1910, and was an elementary school teacher.  The couple married on 9-27-1940.   Mr. Fix died 6-27-1969, following an auto accident near Cherry Valley, NY.  Mrs. Fix continued to live in Torrington until her death on 8-7-2000, at age 90.  They had:  Michael Fix, who lived in Eastchester, CT, and Thomas Fix, who lived in Torrington.  Mrs. Fix's family also lived in Manlius, (see the listing for Clyde W. Judge below). 

John H. Flanagan and Phyllis Sheldon Flanagan lived at 141 Washington St. by 1948, and lived in Newburgh, NY, by 1968.  Mr. Flanagan was born about 1913, and was a native of Newburgh.  Mrs. Flanagan was a secretary.  They had:  John S. Flanagan, who was born on 11-3-1946, and died on 8-14-1976, and Mrs. Richard Foster.

John B. Fleckenstein and Marion Furman Fleckenstein lived on Eureka Dr. by 1948.  Mr. Fleckenstein was born in Ellenville, NY, on 2-3-1905, and graduated from Cornell University in 1930.  He was an agronomist for the NYSDOT, and did soil studies as a part of highway location and design decisions.  Mr. Fleckenstein was involved in planning for the NYS Thruway and I-81, and was instrumental in the route decision for I-87, (the Adirondack Northway), from Albany to Quebec--a highway generally considered to be among the nation's most scenic.  As a nationally recognized authority on soils, Mr. Fleckenstein testified as an expert witness in hundreds of court cases.  Mrs. Fleckenstein was born on 11-17-1896, and graduated from the Methodist Episcopal School of Nursing in Brooklyn, NY.  She came to Manlius about 1938, and died on 10-2-1979.  Mr. Fleckenstein died on 7-1-1987.  They had:  Lawrence J. Fleckenstein, who graduated from LeMoyne College and law school at Cornell, married Delores A. Devine on 11-29-1958, was a town justice in Moravia, NY, and Helen Elizabeth Fleckenstein, who earned a nursing degree from the University of Rochester, wed William Eugene Haws on 12-19-1959, and lived in Syracuse.  Starting in 1940, Mr. Fleckenstein kept very meticulous records of precipitation and other meteorological events at his home.  He served on the Manlius Planning Board from 1941 until his death and was also active in many other civic enterprises.

Ralph Everett Fogg lived at 306 East Seneca St. by 1948, soon moved to Moulter St., and lived in North Quincy, MA, by 1957.  Mr. Fogg was born on 4-23-1906, in Lewiston, ME.  He married Geraldine Roche, who was born in Wellsville, NY, on 10-12-1905.  The couple separated, and she died in Syracuse on 4-30-1957.  Mr. Fogg worked as a production manager.  He later lived in Boston, MA, and then in Montrose, NY, at his death on 9-16-1968.  They had:  Rev. Ralph E. Fogg, Jr., who was born in January, 1932, graduated from Hobart College, earned a divinity degree from General Theological Seminary in NYC in 1959, was an Episcopal priest in Slaterville Springs, NY, and Montrose, NY, and the director of a church counseling program in New Paltz, NY, married Judith B. Krahmer on 6-29-1957, and Ingrid Anna Hotrich Lechner, in New Paltz, on 1-6-1979, and is now  vicar of a church in Garner, NC, and Mark Edward Fogg, who was born on 3-3-1933, wed Dorothy Jeanne Weldon on 11-10-1955 and Shirley Fogg, was a 1955 graduate of the University of Buffalo, worked as a druggist in Manlius, and as an executive with the Rite Aid Corp. in Mechanicsburg, PA, and died in Fort MIll, SC, on 7-10-2007.  From another marriage, Mrs. Fogg had:  Janice Fogg DeSouza, who was born about 1945 in Cortland, NY, and lives in Brewerton, NY.  

Joseph G. Foley and Virginia Begent Foley lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Foley was a farmer.  Mrs. Foley was born on 6-23-1926, in Groton, NY, and  lived on her family's dairy farm in Fenner, NY, before moving to Manlius about 1944.  The couple wed about that time and lived in Manlius until Mrs. Foley's death on 1-21-2003.  They had:  James Foley, who lives in Manlius, and John Foley, who lives in Cazenovia. 

Herman Benjamin Foote and Donna Van Tassel Foote lived on St. Johns Ave. by 1948, and later resided on Cazenovia Rd.  Mr. Foote was born on 5-24-1904, and was a native of Pompey.  He came to Manlius about 1921, and worked as a supervisor at the Precision Castings Co., for 50 years.  Mr. Foote died 4-16-1978.  Mrs. Foote was born in Manlius on 5-8-1908, and was a member of the First Baptist Church there for more than 75 years.  She lived on Highbridge Rd. at her death on 10-9-2000, at age 92.  They had:  Richard Foote, (see his entry), Jeannine "Jennie" Foote, who was born on 5-13-1929, wed Carlton Chase of Chittenango, and died in April, 1981, and Carol G. Foote, who was born on 9-20-1935, married Henry G. Josephson, lived at 532 Pleasant St. and died on 10-24-1997.

Martha Amelia Jerome Foote lived at 123 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mrs. Foote was born on 4-2-1878, and was the widow of Lewis A. Foote, whom she married about 1896.  Mr. Foote was a native of Pennellville, and was born about 1857.  He came to Manlius about 1908.  Mr. Foote worked as a carpenter and gardener, and died on 4-11-1939.  They had:  Gertrude Foote, who was born about 1897, Herman B. Foote, (see his entry), Curtiss Edward Foote, who was born about 1908, and was a die caster, and Martha Jeanette Foote, who was born on 8-29-1914, married George H. Kirkland about 1936, lived on Pleasant St., and later moved to OR, where she died on 12-9-1987. 

Richard J. Foote and Charlotte Foote lived at 310 Fayette St. following their marriage about 1948.  They also resided at 141 Washington St. by 1954, before moving to Cazenovia in 1963.  Mr. Foote was born in Manlius on 5-10-1926, and served in the USN aboard the USS Alabama, during WWII.  He was an electrical engineer for General Electric, and died 9-17-2008.  They had:  Kenneth Foote, who died in 2007, and Charlene  Foote Stone, who lives in Hudson, FL. 

Jack J. Force and Florence Force lived on Seneca Turnpike by 1948, and had moved to Shawler Brook, NY, by 1963.  Mr. Force was a farmer and a shop worker.  He was probably born in Clayville, NY, on 9-5-1917, and moved from Chadwicks, NY, to Orlando, FL, in 1972.  He married Eunice Force at some point, and died on 6-4-1989, while living in Orlando.  

Charles T. Forth and Millicent Melchior Ball Forth lived on Watervale Rd. by 1948, and moved to 320 Colfax Ave., East Syracuse, in 1971.  Mr. Forth was born on 8-28-1904, and was a native of Clay, NY.  He was a carpenter for more than 40 years with the Carl H. Skeele Construction Co.  Mrs. Forth was born on 2-29-1908, and was a native of Syracuse.  She was a seamstress and alterations worker for Harry L. Cook Dry Cleaners.  Mr. Forth died on 4-27-1990, and Mrs. Forth died on 5-10-1993.  They had:  Thomas Charles Forth, who served in the USAF, graduated from American River Junior College in CA, and resided in Centerville, IA, Roderick P. Forth, who served in the US Army, and lived in North Syracuse, and Robert D. Forth, who was born in Syracuse on 3-2-1932, resided in Kirkville, wed Marion Diehl about 1951, served in the USAF during the Korean conflict, was a carpenter at New Process Gear for 21 years, and died on 10-17-2004. 

Wesley Emery Fowler and Julia Ferguson Fowler lived on East Seneca St. by 1930 and at 149 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Fowler was born in Truxton, NY, on 4-6-1897, and came to the Manlius area as a small child.  He worked as a plumber.  Mrs. Fowler was born about 1896, and was a native of Carthage, NY.  She moved to Manlius about 1920, and the couple wed in January, 1923.  Mrs. Fowler died on 1-10-1976.  Mr. Fowler lived only another six weeks, dying on 2-26-1976.  They had:  Wesley Fowler, Jr., who was born on 3-11-1924, wed Mary E. Sigler, was a USN pilot in the PTO during WWII, became a career officer and, following retirement, an executive at Carrier, and lived in Fayetteville at his death on 8-10-1989, Jean Fowler, who was born about 1926, wed Robert W. Carner, and lived at 203 Smith St., and Marilyn Fowler, who was born about 1930, wed Lawrence Mills, and lived in Sheds, NY. 

Nora McFadden Fox lived in Oran by 1948.  Mrs. Fox was born on 4-4-1883, and was the widow of Christy L. Fox, whom she wed on 1-12-1921, in Manlius.  She was a home laundress and was very active in the Oran Community Church.  Mrs. Fox died on 9-9-1965.  Mr. Fox was born in Canada on 1-30-1858, and had been married there to Mary Fox.  They came to America in 1885, and Mrs. Fox, who was born in November, 1857, died by 1910.  Mr. Fox died in Oran 1-27-1936.  From his previous marriage he had:  Frank C. Fox, who was born in August, 1886, married Bernice E. Hale on 11-1-1906, was a railroad brakeman, and disappeared under mysterious circumstances on 4-7-1917.        

Ralph B. Fox and Agnes A. Fox lived at 306 Smith St. by 1930, at 156 Washington St. by 1945, and at 133 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Fox was born about 1892, and was a veteran of WWI.  He operated a store in DeRuyter and later was a buyer at General Electric.  Mrs. Fox was born about 1895, and the couple wed about 1918.  She was a piano soloist for many years.  They had:  Fordyce M. Fox, who was born on 11-16-1920, graduated from Fredonia Normal School in 1946, married Marie Fry about 1945 and Frances Rogers in 1960, and was the director of instrumental music for the Mayville, NY, school district, moved to Kyle, TX, and died on 1-2-1990. 

Joseph Frankowski and Stella Osinski Frankowski lived at 2 East Lake Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Frankowski was born in Poland on 3-11-1891, and was a farmer.  Mrs. Frankowski was also a native of Poland.  She was born about 1897, and the couple wed about 1916.  They moved to the Cazenovia area about 1932.  Mrs. Frankowski died on 12-9-1950, and following her death, Mr. Frankowski wed Katie Frankowski.  He died, at age 90, on 6-1-1981.  Joseph and Stella had:  Joseph S. Frankowski, Jr., who was born on 7-29-1927, was a farmer and worked for Bristol Labs, wed Martha E. Hasner in July, 1968, lived in Cazenovia, and died on 9-5-1989. 

Leonard H. Fraser and Carolyn Surbeck Fraser moved from Syracuse to a 125 acre farm on Route 20 in 1940.  Mr. Fraser was a car dealer and a farmer.  Mrs. Fraser, who was born on 8-21-1902, was a bookkeeper, and also opened a weekend buffet diner, The Cherry Valley House, in their home in 1961.  She moved to the Ballantyne Apartments in Syracuse in 1963, and lived there at her death on 2-17-1991.  

Florence H. Freidell lived on Windy Hill Farm on Route 20 near Cazenovia by 1948, having lived earlier in Rochester, NY.  Mrs. Freidell was born on 12-8-1895, and was the widow of Edward Goodard Freidell.  Mr. Freidell was born on 8-13-1890, and died about 1945.  He was a factory manager, and, at his death, a field representative for Anthracites Industries.  Mrs. Freidell resided in Shawnee Mission, KS, at her death in March, 1982.  They had:  Goodard William Freidell, who was born on 5-4-1920, served in WWII, married Shirley Jayne Decker on 3-19-1949 in Peoria, IL,  lived in Overland Park, KS, and died in April, 1966.

Daniel Charles French lived at 153 West Seneca St. by 1930.  Mr. French was born on 3-25-1882.  He was a life long resident of the CNY area and moved from Cazenovia to Manlius in 1913.  He wed Ethel French about 1902.  She was born about 1885.  Mr. French was a die caster at the Precision Castings Co., did odd jobs, and retired from the NYS Armory.  He lived at 18 Tyler Court when he died in January, 1971.  They had:  Daniel French, Jr., who was born about 1903, Sarah "Sadie" French Peck, who was born on 10-30-1906, was a machine operator at the Easy Washer Co.,  moved to Syracuse about 1970, and lived on Hartley St. at her death on 7-17-1995, and Harry French, who was born about 1909.    

Henry French and Jennie Parker French lived at 102 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mr. French was a native of Fayetteville, and was born about 1887.  He was a foundryman for the Cheney & Son firm.  Mr. French died on 7-3-1957.  Mrs. French was a native of Cleveland, OH, and was born about 1887.  The family lived in Camillus and moved to Manlius about 1940.  Mrs. French lived at 177 West Seneca St. at her death on 5-27-1953.  They had:  Willard J. French, who was born 12-11-1911, was a maintenence worker for the Jamesville-De Witt School District, resided in the Breezy Acres Trailer Park in Jamesville, and died on 11-26-1986, Evelyn French, who was born on 3-13-1908, wed Glen Scott and Stanley Smith, and lived in Baldwinsville and Fulton, NY, until her death on 3-20-1999, at age 91, Catherine E. French, who was born about 1906, married Frank Kaske, Sr., lived in Manlius, and died on 8-4-1976, and Shirley French, who wed Harry A. Randall, (see their listing), and lived in Manlius.      

LeRoy B. French and Cynthia Mins French lived at 103 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. French was born on 2-12-1908.  He was a foreman, and a real estate broker.  Mrs. French was born on 7-23-1906, and was a life resident of the Manlius area. She was a graduate of Cortland State Normal College, and taught school in Manlius.  Mr. French died on 5-14-1983, and Mrs. French died on 5-6-1989.  They had:  Willard N. French, who was born on 4-25-1934, served in the USAF, wed Dorothy Joyce Grovine in 1954, lived in North Syracuse, was a timekeeper at the General Electric Co., and resided in Collegeville, PA, at his death in October, 1987, Sharon French Pratt, who was a dental assistant, and lived in Cazenovia, and Phyllis French, who wed Kenyon M. Dye on 10-9-1953, and lived in East Syracuse.

Charles H. Frenzel and Cora Adell Haith Frenzell lived at 8347 Cherry Valley Rd. (Route 20) by 1948.  Mr. Frenzel was born on 4-16-1909.  He was a plumber, and had a heating and plumbing firm at 114 East Seneca St. before working for the Syracuse Housing Authority.  Mrs. Frenzel was born in Pompey on 2-1-1911, and was a life resident of the area.  She graduated from Hartwick College, and worked as a secretary at the Frito-Lay Corp., and also worked at The Manlius Military School.  Mr. Frenzel died in June, 1978, and Mrs. Frenzel died on 10-22-1999.  They had:  Karen Frenzel Gilman, who attended Cornell University, and lived in Manlius, Charles H. Frenzel, who was born about 1948, attended RIT, and resided in Fairport, NY, and William E. Frenzel, who graduated from the SUNY Agricultural and Technical Institute in Morrisville, was a sales representative for Edward Joy Lighting Co., wed Robin K. Thompson on 10-16-1976, and lived in Manlius.

Max Herbert Frey and Fannie Gates Frey lived on Seneca Turnpike near Chittenango by 1948.  Mr. Frey was born in NYC on 3-16-1893, and graduated from Cornell University.  He then purchased farm land, which came to be known as Woodcrest Farms, and lived the remainder of his life there.  The couple wed in 1923, and Mr. Frey combined his farm work with his involvement in conservation and civic enterprises.  He died on 3-16-1970, his 77th birthday.  Mrs. Frey was born on 11-24-1895, and was a life resident of the Chittenango area.  She was active in cultural and civic affairs, and was particularly interested in local history.  Mrs. Frey died on 3-14-1984.  They had:  Daniel G. Frey, who was born in Syracuse on 8-12-1929, resided almost all of his life on the family's farm, married Elizabeth Hanbidge, who died in 1979, and Elizabeth M. Cervieri, was involved in many business enterprises including the ownership of a burial vault firm, and died on 3-14-2007.  Fannie Frey was the daughter of Daniel Grant Gates and Cornelia Buyea, but spent much of her youth traveling with her grandparents, Sen. and Mrs. Francis Gates.  She continued her love of travel, visiting Europe six times, and making frquent trips to the Caribbean.  She and Mr. Frey, also visited FL every winter. 

Charles E. Friedman and Genevieve Friedman lived on Route 20 by 1948, and moved to the vicinity of DeRuyter and Nelson, NY, by 1954.  Mr. Friedman worked at a gas station.  Mrs. Friedman was born on 8-22-1912., and lived in DeRuyter at her death in April, 1982.  They had:  Allan Wayne Friedman, who married Gloria Jeanette Foster on 8-16-1968, and another son.  

Theodore James Friend and Gertrude Lillian Merriman Friend lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1942, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Friend was born in NYC on 9-11-1874.  He was a plumber, and also worked for the Continental Can Co.  Mr. Friend died on 11-15-1951.  Mrs. Friend was born about 1880, and the couple wed about 1896.  She moved from the Eastwood section of Syracuse to Manlius about 1942, and died on 8-3-1962.  Mrs. Friend's mother, Anna Bell Merriman, lived with the family on Salt Springs Rd. before her death on 10-10-1936.  They had:  Dorothy Friend, who was born in June, 1898, worked as a store clerk, wed Louis Abendschien about 1921, and died on 6-1-1931, while living in Syracuse.

Clayton A. Frier, and his sister, Olive F. Frier, lived on Number 2 East Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Frier was born 1-16-1884, and was a self-employed carpenter.   Miss Frier was born on 5-17-1891, and, like her brother, was a native of Kirkville.  Mr. Frier died in 9-5-1966 at Maple Lawn Nursing Home, and Miss Frier died at the Van Duyn Home and Hospital on 3-13-1991, at age 99. 

John C. Fritz and Grace Benedict Fowler Fritz lived at 210 North St. by 1940.  Mr. Fritz was born 2-22-1877, and was a traveling salesman before becoming the president of the Syracuse Dry Goods Co.  Mrs. Fritz was born about 1886, and came to Manlius about 1910.  Mr. and Mrs. Fritz were wed on 9-21-1940, but both had been married and widowed earlier.  Mr. Fritz was first married to Sybelle M. Senk, a lifelong resident of Syracuse who died on 12-14-1933.  Mrs. Fritz had been married to George A. Fowler, a prominent businessman and civic leader.  He died on 4-11-1935.  Mrs. Fritz retired in 1931 after 20 years of operating the Fowler Dry Goods store, but later assisted in the management of  the Syracuse Dry Goods Co, and died on 2-21-1951.  Mr. Fritz resided in Syracuse at his death on 2-25-1976, at age 99.  He and Sybelle Fritz had:  A. William Fritz, who was born about 1904, Isabel Fritz, who was born in Syracuse on Christmas Day, 1915, wed James Q. Maloney, was a secretary for the IRS, and lived at 7626 Highbridge Road at her death on 11-20-1994, and her twin, Irma Fritz, who married a Mr. Schaefer and H. Warren Fontaine, worked for the Syracuse China Co., lived in Manlius and died on 4-30-1995.  George and Grace Fowler had:  Ella Adsit Fowler, who was born in Manlius on 8-9-1901, graduated from Elmira College in 1924, married Charles T. Douds, was active in the YWCA and in women's education causes, and died on 12-6-1996, at age 95, while residing in Mechanicsburg, PA.

Russell Gerald Fudge and Florence Bray Fudge lived at 8393 East Seneca Turnpoke by 1948.  Mr. Fudge was  born on Christmas Day, 1900, and was a native of Cuba, NY, and was.  He graduated from Princeton University in 1923, and came to Manlius about 1946.  Mr. Fudge was a production engineer and an architectural designer.  He died on 10-19-1978.  Mrs. Fudge was born on 12-18-1903, and graduated from Syracuse University.  She was active in volunteer causes, and lived in Bethel, ME, at her death on 7-2-1980.  They had:  Molly Weston Fudge, who was born about 1935, won a scholarship to attend Mt. Holyoke College in 1953, wed Giovanni Mastrangelo in December, 1959, and resided in Cumberland, MD, Russell Fudge, Jr., who was born about 1938, attended Princeton University, and lived in San Francisco, CA, and Donald Weston Fudge, who was born about 1941, also attended Princeton, married Dorla Rae Coley in June, 1965, taught at Pebble Hill School, was head lacrosse coach at Colgate University, and lived in Bethel. 

Cora A. Fuggle lived at 307 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Miss Fuggle was born in January, 1870, and was a native of the Delphi area.  She attended Cortland Normal School and was a teacher.  Miss Fuggle died in December, 1953.  She was one of the six children of Stephen Fuggle, who was born in England, and his wife, Amelia Coates Fuggle.  

Harry E. Fulmer and Helen Enders Fulmer lived at  101 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Fulmer was born about 1869, and was a native of Manlius.  He was a moulder for the S. Cheney & Sons foundry for 35 years.  Mr. Fulmer died 2-7-1951.  Mrs. Fulmer, a native of Manlius, was born about 1880.  She was residing in Auburn, NY, at her death on 9-20-1977.  They had:  Francis H. Fulmer, who was a salesman for the Colwell Chemical Co., and died on 6-29-1977, Mary Fulmer, who wed John McDermott, cared for foster children, and lived in Auburn, John T. Fulmer, who wed a Miss Bennett, and lived in Chittenango, and Ollie E. Fulmer, (see his entry below).  

Ollie E. Fulmer and Dorothy Bird Fulmer lived on North Burdick St. in Fayetteville by 1942, moved to Manlius shortly thereafter, and lived on the Fayetteville Rd. by 1948, and at 417 East Seneca St. by 1954.  Mr. Fulmer was born in Manlius on 4-10-1909.  He worked as a plumber, and spent many years at General Electric.  Mrs. Fulmer was born about 1904, and was a native of Memphis, NY.  She graduated from Oswego Normal School, and taught elementary school.  Mrs. Fulmer died on 5-1-1965.  Mr. Fullmer later married Stella Johnson Nye, who died in Chittenango on 10-24-1975.  Mr. Fulmer was residing in Bridgeport by 1981, and died there on 7-27-1985.  Ollie and Dorothy Fulmer had:  Richard H. Fulmer, who resided in Ballston Lake, NY.  Ollie Fulmer and Stella Fulmer had:  Marlene Fulmer Dickinson, who lived in Camillus, NY. 

Verine (Vernie) M. Fulmer lived at 518 Pleasant St. by 1917, and at 225 East Seneca St. by 1945.  Mrs. Fulmer was born about 1872, and about 1895 she wed Warren Fulmer.  Mr. Fulmer was born about 1878, and moved to Manlius about 1905.  He was a foundry patternmaker, and died on 5-6-1945.  Mrs. Fulmer died 10-15-1948.  They had:  Ellwyn George Fulmer, who was born in Fayetteville on 1-12-1899, was a core maker at the Cheney & Son foundry, married Viella Gordman about 1922, and lived at 125 Gertrude St. in Syracuse at his death on 1-7-1974.