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Charles E. Gallinger and Winifred Shaffer Gallinger lived at 301 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mr. Gallinger was born on 11-22-1902, and was a native of Apulia, NY.  He owned and operated a small restaurant, The Swan Pond Snackery, and was a salesman for the Inter-Collegiate Co.  Mrs. Gallinger was a native of Crippled Creek, CO, and was a graduate of the Boston School of Occupational Therapy.  She was the director of occupational therapy at the Syracuse Psychopathic Hospital.  The couple wed in Syracuse on 2-11-1936, and Mrs. Gallinger died on 9-22-1954.   Mr. Gallinger married Mrs. Bessie Blair Kennedy on 8-27-1955, and they lived at 255 Chafee Ave. in Syracuse at his death on 11-3-1974.  Bessie Gallinger was born on 5-15-1902, and was wed first to Wesley Kennedy.  He died in 1952, and Mrs. Kennedy-Gallinger    died on 8-25-1997, at age 95.  Charles and Winifred S. Gallinger had:  Judith E. Gallinger, who was a telephone operator, married Howard F. Phelps and resided at 110 Eureka Dr., William R. Gallinger, who served in the US Army, and later resided on Prince Edward Island, Canada, and Edward L. Gallinger, who lived in Clinton, NY.  The mother of Bessie Blair Gallinger, Alma C. Blair, died in Syracuse on 7-24-1951.  Mrs. Blair was survived by 17 children and  48 grandchildren.

Donald Wilbur Galloway and Helen Angeline Stocum Galloway lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1940.  Mr. Galloway was born about 1906, and served in the USN.  As a young man, he was a mechanic  The couple had ties to Philadelphia, PA,  and they moved there after their marriage on 8-24-1929.  The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. C. V. Stocum, of Sherburne, NY, the bride's father.  The couple returned to the Manlius area about 1939 and operated a dairy farm during the war years.  Mr. Galloway sold his entire herd of 60 Holsteins in July, 1947, and the family moved from the Manlius area prior to 1954.  Mrs. Galloway, a graduate of the Ithaca School of Physical Education, was the director of physical education and a coach at various upstate schools.  They had:  Charles V. Galloway, who was a farmer, five other sons, and five daughters.  On 8-5-1940, Mr. Galloway was credited with saving the life of a young neighbor.  He and another neighbor, Floyd Crawford, were preparing to harvest some oats and thus happened to be nearby when 17- month old Arthur Snyder was found lying face up in his family's watering trough.  Mr. Galloway had learned what was then called "artificial respiration" while serving in the Navy, and after a few moments he was able to revive the child. 
Ironically, just a few months before, the Galloway barn was the scene of a tragic fatal accident.  Arthur D. Hitchcock, of Delphi Falls, was working in the hay loft on 3-17-1940, when he fell nine feet to the concrete floor and died immediately.   
Willis V. Gardner and Ruby Fox Gardner lived on West Lake Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Syracuse and DeRuyter.  Mr. Gardner was born about 1910, and was an ice dealer.  Mrs. Gardner was born on 10-21-1913, in New Woodstock, and was a school bookkeeper.  She died on 10-8-1999.  Mr. Gardner's father, William G. Gardner, who was also an ice dealer, lived with the family.  He was born about 1874, and wed Ella M. Gardner about  1902.  She was born about 1883, and was killed in an auto accident in 1939.  Willis and Ruby Gardner had:  Richard Gardner, who was born in November, 1942, and lived in Waterville, and Robert W. Gardner, who was born in November, 1948, and lives in DeRuyter.

Chester M. Gardocki and Betty L. Gardocki lived at 99 Highbridge Rd. (High St.) by 1948, and moved to Baldwinsville, NY, by 1966,  Mr. Gardocki grew up in the Syracuse area, where his father, John Chester Gardocki, a native of Poland, operated a restaurant.  He played quarterback at LSU, and worked in CNY as a sales manager.  The couple moved to FL, and by 1996, they resided in Melbourne.  Mr. Gardocki was probably born on 12-26-1918, and possibly died in Ocala, FL, 6-5-2000.  Mrs. Gardocki was probably born on 9-17-1923, and died in Indialantic, FL, on 2-22-2010.  They had:  Guy Chester Gardocki, who was born about 1948, and attended the University of Missouri, where he played football, and lived in Fort Lauderdale, FL, by 1981, and Christopher John Gardocki, who was born about 1952, married Doris A. Starr, resided in Dallas, TX, moved to  Fort Lauderdale, about 1978, and died on 1-23-1996. 

Edmond A. Gates and Ethel Gates lived on Hennaberry Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Gates was born in Baldwinsville, NY, 9-13-1906.  He grew up there, and as a young man was a truck farmer.  However, by 1954, Mr. Gates worked for the Hale Lumber Co., and resided at 517 East Seneca St.  He died at Sunnyside Nursing Home in East Syracuse  on 4-19-1988.  They had: a daughter. 

Francis E. Gates and Naomi Wilcox Gates lived on the Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Gates was born on 4-27-1897, and was the son of John W. Gates, (see his entry).  He was the proprietor of the Gates Homestead Farms, and resided his entire life in the Chittenango area.  The family farm was cleared and founded by Jeremiah Gates in 1798.  He was the great-great-grandfather of Francis Gates.  In addition to the farm, Francis Gates developed a wholesale and retail dairy business, which was so well run that it was one of only four dairies in America which was certified to sell its milk raw (unheated).  For 25 years, Mr. Gates was also president of the Madison-Onondaga Mutual Fire Insurance Co.  He died on 2-18-1979.  Mrs. Gates was born in Syracuse on December, 1896.  She graduated from Oberlin Academy and attended Syracuse University.  She died on 6-5-1969.  They had:  Helen Gates, who was born in 1921, and died on 12-30-1934, and Daniel F. Gates, who was born about 1924, continued in the family milk business, and married Frances Gruppe. 

John W. Gates and Nellie Colyer Gates lived on the Seneca Turnpike by 1948.   Mr. Gates was born in August, 1872, and was the son of Francis H. Gates and Fannie Everson Gates.  The senior Mr. Gates served in both bodies of the state legislature for many years and was president of the Salt Springs National Bank.  He left an estate of about $1.5 million at his death on 7-6-1925, and John W. Gates, was the principal beneficiary.  Mr. Gates thus acquired the historic family dairy farm, which he operated for many years.  Like his father, Mr. Gates served in both the state assembly and senate. Mrs. Gates was born on 11-9-1873, and the couple married on 1-1-1896.  She died on 10-24-1956, and Mr. Gates died on 4-8-1966.  He was 93, and died at home in the room he was born in.  They had:  Francis Gates, (see above), Edward C. Gates, who was born on 9-7-1898, graduated from the Rochester Business Institute, lived in St. Petersburg, FL, and died 3-8-1993, at age 94, and Grace M. Gates, who was born on 5-25-1902, was a graduate of Lasell Junior College, wed Dr. Wendell V. Brown, was active in civic causes, and resided in Jamesville at her death on 4-27-1994, at age 91.

Otto Ehlert Gathmann and Caroline Williams "Carrie" Gathmann lived near Jamesville by 1948, having lived previously in Syracuse.  Mr. Gathmann was born on 9-15-1885, in IL, and was raised in Chicago and Washington, DC.  He was a mechanical engineer, inventor, and efficiency expert for the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co., whom he served for more than 50 years.  Mrs. Gathmann was born in CA, about 1893, and the couple wed in 1913.  They moved from CNY by 1954, and Mr. Gathmann probably died on 8-9-1983, while residing in Stone Mountain, GA.  He was 97.  They had:  Harold L. Gathmann, who was born about 1925, married Anna Gathman, was an inspector at  Smith-Corona, and moved to 209 Eureka St. in November, 1953, James W. Gathmann, who was born about 1928, was a farmer, wed Betty Gathmann, resided at 108 North St, and Richard B. Gathmann, who was a farmer, lived on Gates Rd., and wed Mabel N. Kingsley.

Edward P. Gaudern and Cora Alta Patton Gaudern moved from OH to the Pompey Center Rd. in 1920.  Mr. Gaudern was born in OH about 1867, and was an attorney living in Pulaski, OH, by 1920.  After arriving in CNY, he was a farmer.  Mrs. Gaudern was born about 1872, and was also a native of OH.  The couple wed in 1897.  Mr. Gaudern died on 10-10-1949, and Mrs. Gaudern died on 5-9-1951.  Mr. Gaudern's sister, Miss Elizabeth Gaudern, lived with the family.  She was born about 1868, and died at home in Manlius on 11-29-1954.  They had:  Lucia R. Gaudern, who was born on 3-28-1898, was a music teacher in Canastota, and in schools near NYC, and died on 11-22-1968, James Gaudern, who was born on 4-13-1901, moved from Manlius to Wyandotte, MI, about 1942, was a millwright for the Great Lakes Steel Co., and died on 5-4-1968,  S. Bruce Gaudern, who was born on 11-22-1902, was a farmer in Manlius, and resided in Chittenango at his death on 10-17-1983, Edward P. Gaudern, Jr., who was born on 8-29-1907, married Lena Gaudern, was a dairy farmer with his brother Bruce on the family property until 1954, later was an accountant for the County parks department, moved to DeWitt about 1970, and lived there at his death on 9-28-1989, Richard W. Gauden, who was born on 3-5-1915, was in the CCC, graduated from Syracuse University where he was a member of the crew team, moved to Baldwinsille after the War, was married 50 years to Margaret Lenz, and after her death married Martha Kerr Strain, worked for 32 years with the Syracuse China Co. as the transportation and purchasing manager, and died on 6-24-2006.

Anthony J. Gaudio and Jean Walters Gaudio lived on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948, at 101 Garrett Dr. by 1954, and at 4532 Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1969.  Mr. Gaudio was born 1-2-1927, and worked as a mechanic, machinist, and maintenance superintendent at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Gaudio was born on 12-25-1924, and the couple married in Manlius on 5-3-1947.  They had:  Lynn C. Gaudio, who graduated from the SUNY at Oneonta, and wed Mark  McGown Sine on 5-20-1978, and David Anthony  Gaudio, who was born in August, 1951, graduated from Morrisville State Agricultural and Technical College in 1971 with an AAS degree, and served in the USAF. 

Leonard A. (Leonardo) Gaudio lived at 128 West Seneca St. by 1930.  Mr. Gaudio was born in Italy about 1888.  He came to this country in 1901, and served in WWI.   He worked as a moulder for the Syracuse Foundry Co.  Mr. Gaudio was first wed to Ida M. Gaudio, about 1920.  She was born about 1888, and died on 11-28-1944.    Mrs.  Ida Gaudio was wed about 1902 to Floyd Phelps, who died by 1920.  They had:  Cora Phelps (Gaudio), who was born in 1904, (see the listing for Cora Colucci), Bernice L. "Babe" Gaudio, who was born about 1907, wed Maurice Tridenti, and lived in Manlius, (see their entry below), Evelyn Phelps (Gaudio), who was born about 1910, and married Francis J. "Frank" Giocondo, (see their entry below),  Raymond Phelps, who was born about 1912, and resided in Fayetteville, and Chester Phelps, who was born about 1917, lived in Bridgeport, wed Marion S. Phelps, worked for Sims Castings Co., and died on 6-18-1972  Mr. Gaudio later married Anna Bajus.  The second Mrs. Gaudio was born about 1905, and died in September, 1972.  Mr. Gaudio died on 6-14-1970.  He and Ida Gaudio had:  Leonard Gaudio, who was born on 11-25-1920, served in WWII and participated  in the Normandy invasion, wed Leona Alice Wilcox on 4-12-1947, was a foundry worker, and resided in Oriskany Falls, NY, at his death on 10-20-1993, and Anthony Gaudio, (see his listing above).

Ernest LeRoy Gay and Sylvia Gay lived at 219 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Gay was born in Preble, NY, on 5-14-1895.  He grew up in that area and came to Manlius about 1925.  In the days before mechanical refrigeration, Mr. Gay would cut ice at Snook's Pond on Highbridge Rd. and deliver it to homes in Manlius.  He also began to operate Gay's Dairy, and delivered dairy products from door-to-door.  As home refrigerators became common place, Mr. Day began delivering ice in bulk quantities for group use.  He wed Edith Nora Daniels about 1919.  She was born in Kent, England, on Christmas Day, 1895, and came to America as a child.  The couple wed in Preble on 2-6-1918, and the first Mrs. Gay died 9-9-1939.  Mr. Gay later wed Sylvia M. Gay.  Mrs. Gay was born on 6-9-1894, and was a native of Cobleskill, NY.  She came to Manlius about 1930, and was wed previously.  She died on 2-12-1980, and Mr. Gay died 9-2-1983.  E. L. and Nora Gay had:  Janet Gay, who was born about 1919, wed William H. Sheehan, and lived in Syracuse, Geraldine Gay, who was born about 1923, wed David D. Johnson, and lived in Paradise, CA, and Shirley E. Gay, who was born about 1924, and lived in NYC.   

Fred Francis Gaylord and Adrienne Gaylord lived at 221 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Gaylord was born in Cortland, NY, on 8-24-1895.  He was a farmer in the Fulton, NY, area as a young man, before becoming a baker.  Later he owned his own bakery.  Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord moved to 15 Lincklaen St. about 1949, and resided there at his death on 4-23-1959.

Charles  M. Geary and Dorothy Pammenter Geary lived on the Troop K Rd. by 1948, having lived previously in Syracuse.  Mr. Geary was born on 9-29-1915.  He was a foreman.  The family moved to Benton, AR, and Mr. Geary was residing there at his death on 7-17-2000.  Mrs. Geary, was born about 1917, and was a native of Pontiac, MI.  They had:  Douglas Charles Geary, who was born on 10-10-1944, wed a Ms. Reynolds, and lived in Benton at his death on 9-1-1985, and five other children.

Joseph P. Geiss and Gilda Esposato Geiss lived at 309 Smith St. by 1948, and on Jamesville Rd. by 1954.  Dr. Geiss was born on 12-5-1920, in Syracuse, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1942 and from its College of Medicine in 1945.  He was a physician with offices at 403 East Seneca St. and later at 303 Smith St.  Dr. Geiss served three tours of duty in the Army and the USAF.  He, also, trained and taught at Baylor University and at the University of Florida.  Mrs. Geiss was born in Italy on 10-28-1918, and came to this country about 1926.  She attended Syracuse University and earned her master's degree in education.  She taught ESL classes as well as courses dealing with Italian history and culture.  Mrs. Geiss was also a student advisor at Jamesville-DeWitt school, and participated in a long-running radio program featuring Italian music.  For 24 years, Mrs. Geiss served as the head of the Town of DeWitt Democratic party, and was a frequent, if unsuccesful ,candidate, in that heavily Republican area.  At some point, Dr. and Mrs. Geiss divorced.  At his death on 4-16-1996, Dr. Geiss resided in West Palm Beach, FL, and was married to J. Kathleen Geiss.  Mrs. Geiss resided in Burnsville, NC, at her death 2-21-1997.  Dr. and Gilda Geiss had:  Joseph P. Geiss, Jr., who went to the SUNY Upstate College of Medicine, David Geiss, who attended the University of Buffalo, and wed Angela DeVaugh, Sandra Geiss, who attended Ithaca College, wed John Karas, is an attorney, and lives in Manlius, and Norma Geiss.

Charles A. German and Reva May German lived at 107 Franklin St. by 1948, and later at 150 Washington St.  Mr. German was born 2-3-1914, in Watertown, NY.  He was a carpenter and painter at the Milback Construction Co., and also was a self-employed painter and wallpaper hanger.  He retired after 13 years as a custodian for the Fayetteville-Manlius schools.  Mrs. German was born on 3-1-1913, and was a lifelong resident of the area.  She died on 6-22-1983, and Mr. German died on 3-17-2002.  They had:  Charles German, Jr., who also was a custodian for FM schools, and resided in Manlius, Patricia A. German, who worked for the NY Telephone Co., and lived in Manlius, and Sally German Jaquith, who lived in Preble, NY.  Mr. German's brother, John German, lived nearby, (see his listing).

John G. German and Vivian Clemons German lived at 227 East Seneca St. by 1948, at Pompey Center Rd. by 1954, and at 305 Walnut St., before moving to Chittenango in 1965.  Mr. German was born on 5-15-1915, and served in Australia during WWII.  He worked as a moulder, plumber, and truck driver.  Mr. German's mother, Eloise Luther German resided with the couple.  She was born about 1882, and wed George Grover German, a native of Ontario, Canada, about 1909.  John and Vivian German separated or divorced about 1965, and Mr. German resided in Batavia, NY, at his death on 4-17-1975.  Mrs. German was born in Syracuse on 3-12-1922, and worked at the Victory Market in Fayetteville for many years.  She died on 1-30-2007.  They had  James German, who married Nancy German, served in the USN, and lives in Chittenango, and Carol German, who wed Charles H. Reilly, Jr., and also lives in Chittenango.

Donald D. Gibson and Dorothy Gibson lived on Number 4 West Rd., near Lafayette, by 1948.  Mr. Gibson was born in Oswego, NY, on 4-16-1913.  He was a dairy farmer, and for more than 30 years was a member of Local 60 of the Iron Workers Union.  At his death on 4-1-1999, Mr. Gibson had been married 31 years to Christa Trieschmann, and had lived in Caughdenoy, NY, for 29 years.  Christa Gibson was born in September, 1935, and lives in Central Square.  Donald and Dorothy Gibson had:  Helen Gibson Tanner, who lived in Perryville, Betty Gibson Rhoades, and lives in Syracuse, Susan Gibson Johnson, who lived in Rigby, ID, Karen Gibson Martin, who lived in Wynantskill, NY, Carolyn Gibson, who lived in Caughdenoy, Noelle Gibson, who lived in NYC, and Gary Gibson, who lived in Bradenton, FL.

Peter J. Gibson and Catherine W. Gibson lived on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948, and at 400 Jamesville Rd. in DeWitt by 1953.  Mr. Gibson was a native of Auburn, NY.  He was born on 7-2-1903, and came to DeWitt in the late 1920's.  As a young man, Mr. Gibson was a roller skating teacher at St. Nicholas Rink in NYC.  He worked as an electrician for the Precision Castings Co. in Fayetteville for 32 years, before retiring in 1973.  Mrs. Gibson was born about 1906, and was a native of Corning, NY.  She came to the DeWitt area about 1950, and worked as a clerk at Becker's Liquor Store in Manlius before her death on 10-13-1968.  Mr. Gibson was the roller coaster operator at Suburban Park in Manlius, and ran small trains for children at the State Fair for many years.  After Mrs. Gibson's death, he married Gretchen Babcock. Mr. Gibson died on 11-8-1978.

Grover Jerome Gifford and Blanche Tuttle Gifford lived at 147 West Seneca St. by 1948.   Mr. Gifford was born on 1-29-1891, and worked as a machinist.  Mrs. Gifford was born about 1894, and the couple probably wed about 1918.  She died at home on 5-28-1951.  Mr. Gifford died on 2-26-1962.  They had:  Irene E. Gifford, who was born in Manlius on 1-25-1926, worked in the office for the Dey Brothers Co., married Harry R. Pickard, Sr., on 4-6-1946, lived in Manlius and died on 3-3-2005. 

Roy Lewis Gilbert and Flora May Hale Gilbert lived 111 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Gilbert was born on 10-2-1873, and was a native of Washington, DC.  He came to Manlius about 1900.  Mr. Gilbert worked as a moulder, as a conductor on the Syracuse and Eastern Railroad, and later as a decorator and  painter.  He was married prior to his marriage to Flora Hale in Manlius on Christmas Day, 1901.   Flora Gilbert was born in December, 1877, and was a life long resident of the Manlius area.  She  was active in church and civic causes.  Mr. Gilbert died on 5-20-1954, and Mrs. Gilbert died on 11-1-1959.  They had:  Bernard R. Gilbert, who was born about 1902, married Claribel Smith, worked for the Flickinger food firm, lived in Phoenix, NY, and died on 4-9-1955, Tracy O. Gilbert, who was born about 1904, worked as a machinist in a typewriter factory, and lived in Skaneateles, and Percy W. Gilbert, who was born about 1906, was a pattern maker for an iron foundry, wed Virginia Reese, and lived in Syracuse at his death on 3-31-1961.

Raymond D. Gillette and Marion Anderson Gillette lived on Broadfield Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Gillette was born on 12-14-1913, and was a native of Ira, NY.  He was a shipping clerk, a carpenter, and later a machinist for Cheney & Son, and Crouse-Hinds.  Mr. Gillette lived in Pine Crest Manor in Liverpool, NY, at his death on 11-2-1992.  The couple wed in June, 1935, and Mrs. Gillette worked for DeWitt Cleaners.  They had:  Elaine "Howie" Gillette, who was born in Syracuse 2-4-1940, was a store manager for the Dey Brothers Co., married and divorced Gail F. Howard, and resided in Village Green, in Baldwinsville, NY, at her death on 8-29-2005.

Harry A. Gingold and Grace Gingold lived at 101 East Seneca St. by 1948, and later lived on Darlington Dr.  Mr. Gingold was born on 1-1-1901, and was a life resident of CNY.  He was a restauranteur in Manlius, and then, in 1934, he took over the property at the corner of Fayette and Seneca streets and opened a facility known as "Arley's Hotel."  He died on 8-6-1966.  Mrs. Gingold was probably born on 12-11-1903, and died in Hilton, NY, in April, 1977.

Anthony Giocondo and Ada Albanese Giocondo lived at 114 West Seneca St. by 1930, and at 117 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Giocondo was born in Italy on 12-14-1904, and came to America about 1916.  He was a foundry laborer, and   later he and Mrs. Giocondo operated "Tony's Lunch," a Manlius restaurant.  Mrs. Giocondo was born on 8-4-1910, and the couple wed about 1927.  (See the entry for her father, Michael Albanese).  Mr. Giocondo died in February, 1961, and Mrs. Giocondo, a life long resident of Manlius, lived in Limestone Manor at her death on  3-7-1987.  They had:  Dolores M. Giocondo, who was born about 1932, wed Russell D. Higgins, and lived on the Oran Gulf Rd., and Mary Ann Giocondo, who was born about 1935, wed Donald A. Jensen, and lives in Manlius.  

Francis James Giocondo and Evelyn Phelps Giocondo lived at 128 West Seneca St. by 1948, at 117 Eureka Dr. by 1954, and moved to FL by 1989.  Mr. Giocondo was  born on 8-9-1906, and was a native of Syracuse.  He was a machine operator, and later a truckman for Santaro Trucking Co.  Mr. Giocondo died on 6-13-1993.  Mrs. Giocondo was born on 3-8-1910, and resided in Melbourne, FL, at her death on 12-4-1999.  They had:  Francis "Frank" Giocondo, Jr., who wed Judith Katherine Grant in 1959, graduated from the NYS Technical Institute at Delhi, served in the USN, was a surveyor for the John S. MacNeill firm, and resided on the Oran Gulf Rd. before moving to Tampa, FL, and Leonard Giocondo, who lived in Palm Bay, FL.

Paul (Paule) Giordano and Frances T. Giordano lived at 532 Pleasant St. by 1946, and later lived at 119 Washington St.  Mr. Giordano was born on 7-23-1896, and was a railroad laborer, and later worked for the Solvay Process Co.  He died on 6-4-1965.  Mrs. Giordan, a native of Italy, was born on 10-26-1911, and came to Manlius about 1930.  She was wed previously to Henry Josephson, and they had:   Henry Josephson, Jr., who worked for St. James Church in Cazenovia, wed Cynthia Anne Lelakowski on 8-15-1998, and lived in Manlius.  Mrs. Josephson-Giordano died on 5-4-1993.  Mr. and Mrs. Giordano had:  Vincent Giordano, who wed Kathleen Everly, and lived at 119 Washington St., Frank Giordano, who died on 6-11-1946, at two months of age, and Gaetano "Guy" Giordano, who wed Donna Montgomery, worked for the Solvay Process Co., and lived at 110 Academy St.

Florence Elizabeth Nelson Glavin lived at 105 North St. by 1948, and at 3 Onondaga Pl. in Syracuse by 1958.  Mrs. Glavin was a supervisor at the E. W. Edwards  department store's tea room.  She was born about 1904, and married James Edward Glavin on 9-30-1922.  He was a bricklayer, and they lived at 123 Charmouth Dr. in Syracuse by 1930.  Mr. Glavin was born on 4-17-1899, and died in Washington, DC, on 1-10-1957,  They had:  James Glavin, Jr., who was born about 1923, was a policeman, and lived in Syracuse, and Mary Lou Glavin, who was born about 1927, wed Edward Shanahan, lived in Fairmount, NY, and died on 3-3-1987.

Ezra Alfred Godard and Mildred Engstrom Godard lived on the Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Godard was born on 2-10-1920, and grew up in Chautauqua County, NY.  He was a service man.  The couple soon moved away, and at his death on 6-23-1993, Mr. Godard was living in Roanoke Rapids, NC.   Mrs. Godard was born in PA on 5-5-1922, but also lived in Chautauqua.  She was at least partly raised there by her maternal grandparents, John Bergman and Augusta M. Bergman, who were natives of Sweden.  Mrs. Godard probably  lives now in Duncansville, or Doylestown, PA.  

LeRoy Elmo Golly and Mabel Jean Barry Golly lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Golly was born on 3-16-1913, and was a native of Canastota, NY.  He was a journeyman, and was very active in Masonic affairs.  Mrs. Golly was a nurse. About 1965-1970, the couple divorced and Mrs. Golly married Wesley Turk, and lived in Canyon, TX.  Mr. Golly married Dorothy Day.  The second Mrs. Golly was born on 8-1-1915, and was a native of East Syracuse.  She was a bookkeeper for the Farmers and Traders Life Insurance Co. for 42 years.  Mr. Golly died on 9-25-1977, and Mrs. Golly was residing in an apartment at 200 Spring St., in Fayetteville,  when she was robbed and murdered on 5-14-1987.  Mrs. Golly's neice, Louise Ann Pitcher, and three men were soon arrested.  Ms. Pitcher was determined to be a cocaine addict and eventually pleaded guilty to second degree murder.  She was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison.  Elmo and Jean Golly had:  Carol Golly Bai Tuviano, who resided in Hobbs, NM, Lt. Col. LeRoy Golly, who was born in March, 1945, was a career military officer before becoming a civilian employee of the Army, and lived in Baldwin, MD, Richard Golly, who lived in Cloudcroft, NM, and Terry Golly, who was born in September, 1952, and lived in Rye, CO.       

Donald W. Goode and Patricia Goode lived at 205 North St. by 1948.   Mr. Goode was born on 4-22-1913, and began an insurance brokerage firm about 1946, with an office at 206 Seneca St.   About 1962, he took in Robert C. Webster as a partner and formed the Goode & Webster firm.  Mrs. Goode was born in Rome, NY, on 4-21-1917, and graduated from William Smith College in 1938.  She was a professional worker for the Girl Scouts.  Mrs. Goode was active in civic affairs and was the first president of the F-M PTA.  She lived at the Carriage House East Apartments at  her death on 7-6-1980.  Mr. Goode moved to FL, but later returned to Manlius where he yet lives.  They had:  Loomis Pettibone Goode, who was born in October, 1940, attended Hobart College, and married Beverly Sue Gale on 8-24-1963, in Baldwinsville, Nancy Goode, who married Richard Anthony Sartor on 9-1-1962, graduated from the University of Iowa, and resided in Manlius, and Deborah Goode, who attended Syracuse University, married James Roach McCormick, Jr., on 8-29-1970, and lives in Fayetteville.

Helen Everson Goodell lived on East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mrs. Goodell was born on 6-7-1898, and was a life long resident of CNY.  She worked many years as grocery a clerk at the A&P stores in Manlius and Westvale.  Mrs. Goodell was the widow of Benton Goodell, who drowned In Oneida Lake, just east of Lakeport, on 6-13-1944.  Mr. Goodell was born about 1905, and worked in Canastota at the Queensboro milk plant.  Mrs. Goodell died on 9-8-1988, while a patient at the Castle Rest Nursing Home.  She was 90.

Dorothy Whitton Goodfellow lived at 101 Clinton St. by 1948.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born in Pompey on 3-13-1916.  She did housework, and later was a cashier for Chappell's department store for almost 30 years.  She was the widow of Coburn Ernest Goodfellow.  Mr. Goodfellow was born about 1899, and was wounded in action in France during WWI.  He married Louise Goodfellow about 1925, and worked as a welder and machinist.  Mr. Goodfellow died on 8-18-1939.  He and his first wife, Louise, had:  Barbara Jean Goodfellow, who was born about 1930, married Donald Hopkins, and lives in Ormond Beach, FL.  Coburn and Dorothy Goodfellow had:  Nancy Goodfellow, who married Richard Bishop on 8-11-1956, and resides in Chittenango, Ann Goodfellow, who wed Fred Tierney, and lives in Chestnut Ridge, NY, and Florence Belle Goodfellow, who was born about 1936, attended Potsdam State Teachers College, wed Robert Cullings, and lives in Horseheads, NY.  Dorothy  Goodfellow later married Edwin Benor.  He died in 1990, and Mrs. Goodfellow-Benor died on 9-6-2007, at age 91.  See the listing for Lillian Goodfellow.

Elester John Goodfellow and Velma K. Goodfellow lived at 301 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Goodfellow was born 4-19-1890, He was politically active, serving as Village clerk in addition to sitting on various Town boards.  Mr. Goodfellow also served 37 years as justice of the peace.  He died 12-7-1967.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born about 1892, and was a native of Leonardsville, NY.  She came to Manlius about 1902, and died on 7-8-1962.  They had:  Elester Goodfellow, Jr., who was born on 9-20-1922, earned a master's degree in music from Syracuse University in 1953, wed Barbara Ann Cassell in August of that year, taugh music in Old Forge, Oriskany Falls, and Elbridge, NY, and lived in Camillus about 33 years at his death on 7-19-1996, Norman M. Goodfellow, who lived in East Syracuse, and married Mrs. Janet Brownell Grant in 1991, and Kathryn Goodfellow, who was born on 9-4-1930, wed Theodore Hunt, worked ten years for Sears & Roebuck in Fayetteville, and lived at 105 Elmbrook Dr. at her death on 2-15-1991.  Other members of Mr. Goodfellow's family also lived in the Manlius area, (see, for example, the listing below for his brother, Harold D. Goodfellow.)

Francis C. Goodfellow and Marion McCrystal Goodfellow lived at 121 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Goodfellow was born on 12-31-1915.  He was elected to serve on the Village board, and was involved in a major restoration of the Municipal Building.  Mr. Goodfellow worked as a machinist and die maker for the Precision Castings Co. in Fayetteville before moving to Massena, NY, in 1959, to work for the General Motors Corp.  Mr. Goodfellow died 12-10-1977, in Burlington, VT.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born on 1-15-1916, in Syracuse, and the couple wed in Syracuse on 1-3-1938.  She lived at 10 Merritt Ave, in Watertown before moving in 2002 to the St. Regis Nursing Home.  She died there on 12-30-2003.  They had:  Joan Goodfellow, who married Ronald Derouchie, Margo Goodfellow, who married Richard Partlow, and lived in Massena, John C. Goodfellow, who was born 11-17-1947, worked for Reynolds Metals in Massena, and died on 1-30-1978, following an auto accident, and James D. Goodfellow, who wed Susan Goodfellow, and also resided in Massena. 

Harold D. Goodfellow and Ethel Thomas Goodfellow lived at 173 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Goodfellow was born about 1892, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  He worked as a meat cutter, as a custodian at The Manlius School, and as head custodian at Jamesville-DeWitt high school.   Mr. Goodfellow also served as president of the Manlius school board.  He died on 6-18-1962.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born on 6-19-1893, and died on 9-18-1984, at age 91.  They had:  Ann Goodfellow, who was a credit manager, married H. Dean Black, and resided in Syracuse, Kenneth H. Goodfellow, (see his listing below), and Alice Goodfellow, who wed Russell Haase, and lived in Jamesville.

Harry A. Goodfellow and Priscilla Hale Goodfellow lived at 105 Academy St. by 1948.  Mr. Goodfellow was born about 1897, in Fayetteville.  He came to Manlius about 1925, and worked as a drug salesman, and a funeral director before becoming the owner and proprietor of a Manlius appliance and paint store.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born in Collamer, NY, about 1902, and came to Manlius about 1926. The couple is thought to have married about that time.  Mr. Goodfellow died on 6-16-1956, and Mrs. Goodfellow died on 12-15-1958.

Kenneth H. Goodfellow and Catherine Cora Coryell Goodfellow lived at 108 Academy St. by 1948, and at 4227  Pompey Center Rd. by 1954.  Mr. Goodfellow was born in Manlius on 8-1-1917, and graduated from Morrisville Agricultural and Technical Institute in 1941.  The couple wed on 6-15-1946.  Mr. Goodfellow was a dairy worker, coffee salesman, and later, a milk distributor.  Mrs. Goodfellow was born on 6-12-1916, and graduated from Alfred University in 1939, and from CCBI, (Central City Business Institute), in 1942.  Mr. Goodfellow died on 3-14-2002, and Mrs. Goodfellow, who was very active in Methodist causes, died on 3-1-2004.  Mr. Goodfellow's parents lived nearby.  (See the listing above for Harold and Ethel Goodfellow.)

Lillian Williams Goodfellow lived at 103 Clinton St. by 1927, then on Academy St. before returning in 1937 to live on Clinton St.  Mrs. Goodfellow, a native of Pompey, was born about 1871, and came to Manlius about 1915. She was the widow of Albert "Bert" Goodfellow, whom she married about 1897.  Mr. Goodfellow was born about 1867, and was a papermaker at a  mill.  In 1922, Mrs. Goodfellow and Col. Guido Verbeck founded the Archie Van Patten American Legion Auxiliary Post 141.  She died on 1-6-1961.  They had:  Edwin T. Goodfellow, who was born 9-16-1896, lserved in WWI, ived in Cazenovia, Erieville, and Kirkville, worked as a security guard for the Solvay Process Corp. at Split Rock, NY, and died on 1-19-1979, Coburn E. Goodfellow, (see the listing above for his widow, Dorothy Whitton Goodfellow), and Helen A. Goodfellow, who was born on 1-1-1903, was a packer and checker for General Electric, lived with her mother in Manlius before moving to Kirkville about 1966, and died on 8-7-1978.

Albert H. "Beans" Goodmore and Elsie Pieterek Goodmore lived at 139 East Seneca St. by 1948, and later at 111 East Seneca St.  Mr. Goodmore was born in Manlius on 3-27-1922, and served in the AAC during WWII.   He was a foundry worker and a carpenter, before retiring in 1984 as a plumber for the Morgan-Badgley Co.  Mr. Goodmore died on 12-1-1999, and Mrs. Goodmore, who was born in Pompey on 2-6-1925, died on 11-3-2001.  Mr. Goodmore's mother, Bessie White Goodmore, lived with the family by 1948.  She was the widow of Clarence Goodmore, Sr., whom she wed about 1915.  She was born about 1890, and died in December, 1975.  Clarence Goodmore, Sr. was born about 1887, and died on 4-18-1944.  He worked as a machinist.  Albert and Elsie Goodmore had:  Kathy A. Goodmore, who worked at Bristol Laboratories.

Clarence L. "Beans" Goodmore and Laura Forth Goodmore lived on Beham Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Goodmore was born on 6-23-1915, in Manlius.  He lived most of his life in the Canastota area, and was a truck driver for Clark's Petroleum in Canastota for more than 20 years.  Mr. Goodmore died 5-15-1993, at a Rome, NY, nursing home.  Mrs. Goodmore was born on 4-14-1919, and was a native of Syracuse.  She moved to the Canastota area in 1941, and she worked 18 years for the General Electric Co.  Mrs. Goodmore died on 12-2-1986.  They had:  David A. Goodmore, who lived in Verona, NY, and James L. Goodmore, who died in 1959.

Albert Gordon and Dorothea Edythe Rosenthal Gordon lived on the Fayetteville Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Gordon was born about 1908, and was a native of Rochester.  He was the president of the Penfield Manufacturing Co.--a bedding firm.  Mr. Gordon was very active in local civic and political affairs, serving as chairman of the Onondaga County Republican party, and as president of the Crouse-Irving Hospital.  He was also the justice of the peace for the Town of Manlius.  The family moved to 105 Penwood, in Fayetteville,and resided there at Mr. Gordon's death on 2-19-1967.  Mrs. Gordon was born on 6-2-1918, in Pittsburgh, PA, and grew up in Dayton, OH.  In 1940, she earned a degree in journalism from Northwestern University and the couple wed a few months later.  Mrs. Gordon was a 40-year volunteer at the local library, an award winning artist, and was active in the Temple Society of Concord.   She lived at 106 Fayette Circle, at her death on 7-2-1992.  They had:  Margery Gordon, who was born in September, 1941, attended the University of Michigan, wed Charles S. Burstein, was education director of the Epstein School of Jewish Studies, and resided at 100 Old Farm Rd., and Charles L. Gordon, who was born in March, 1944, served in Vietnam, was president of the Penfield Co., and lived in Cazenovia.

Benjamin B. Gowans lived on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Gowans was born on 3-15-1904, and was a native of Buffalo, NY.  He came to the Syracuse area about 1933, and was a salesman for the Wheeling Corrugated Co. at his retirement about 1961.  Mr. Gowans died on 1-19-1964.  At that time, he was married to  Carolyn Vincent Gowans, and they resided at 132 Terrace View Rd. in DeWitt.  They had:  Susan Lee Gowans, who was born in Syracuse on 3-30-1932, graduated from Russell Sage College, earned a master's in physical education from Syracuse University in 1956, married Hanford A. "Peter" Salmon on 9-9-1956, taught at Syracuse University and was a social worker at the Wayne County Department of Social Services, was a deacon and elder in the Park Central Presbyterian Church, and lived in   Sioux Valley Township, SD, at her death on 1-10-2003.

William I. "Beano" Graf and Helen Dygert Graf lived on the Oran Rd. by 1947.  Mr. Graf was born about 1900, and was a native of Stamford, CT.  He graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1922 and from Springfield College in 1924.  Mr. Graf coached in Gouveneur, NY, and then became athletic director and coach at Watertown High School in 1926.  He was there until he took a similar position at The Manlius School in 1947.  He left after two years and returned to Watertown, NY, where he sold insurance.  Mr. Graf died 2-3-1954.  They had:  William Graf, Jr., who lived in Watertown, David I. Graf,  who also resided in Watertown, Helen Graf, who was born about 1931, married Joseph Bettincourt, and lived in Storrs, CT, and Phyllis Mae Graf, who was born about 1933, graduated from Crouse Irving Hospital School of Nursing, and wed Samuel George Johnson in 1954.

William Wallace Graham and Dora Gray Graham lived on the Cazenovia Rd. by 1948, and on the Chittenango Rd. by 1954.  Mr. Graham was born about 1898 in OH, and the couple wed about 1924.  They came to CNY about 1935, and had lived in Manlius beginning in 1941.  Mr. Graham was a sales engineer for the Armco Steel Co., and served on the local school board.  Mrs. Graham was born on 10-24-1900, and was a native of Cincinnati, OH.  She attended Wells College and graduated from the University of Cincinnati.  Mrs. Graham was an artist and was active in numerous civic, church, and service groups.  The family moved to to Jekyll Island, GA, in 1967.  Mr. Graham died in 1981.  Mrs. Graham moved to Clarksville, NY, in 1982, to be near her daughter, Janet, and  died there on 4-23-1985.  They had:  Elizabeth Lois "Betty" Graham, who was born about 1924, wed Dean Allen, and lived in Montour Falls, NY, Janet Graham, who was born in 1928, attended Cortland State Teachers College, wed David Gregory on 8-25-1951, and lived in Clarksville, and Andrew Graham, who was born about 1935, wed Anne Rugh, served in the USN, and lived in Fairport, NY.

Robert L. Granish and Jane Reeves Granish lived at 520 Pleasant St. by 1948, and soon moved to 106 Scoville Ave.  Mr. Granish was born in Syracuse on 4-17-1924, and was a USMC veteran of WWII.  As a young man, he worked briefly as a core maker.  Later he spent 30 years as parts manager at the Chevrolet Village Sales, in Fayetteville, and retired from Sun Chevrolet in Chittenango in 1985.  Mrs. Granish was born in April, 1926, and died of the complications of child birth on 5-23-1952.  Her child, Keith, soon died, and they were buried in a joint service on 5-26-1952.  Robert and Jane Granish had:  Robert L. Granish, Jr., who was born in early 1947, and died in May, 1948, Richard J. Granish, who lived in Rives Junction, MI, and Keith Granish, who was born on 5-22-1952, and died four days later.  Mr. Granish wed Leona "Fran" Geariety about 1953, and they moved to Chittenango in 1960.  Leona Granish was born in Fenner on 7-26-1931. Mr. Granish was a Little League coach and was active in Veterans groups.  Mr. Granish died at home in Chittenango on 6-6-2001, and Leona Granish died on 3-13-2004.  They had:  Ronald W. Granish, who was born in July, 1958, and lived in Binghamton, NY, Diane Granish Secord, who was born in March, 1963, and lived in Canastota, and Allan D. Granish, who lived in Canastota.

Judson C. Grant and Clara Hobert Grant lived at 103 Wesley St. by 1948, and lived earlier at 963 Westmoreland Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Grant was born in 1891 in Fort Covington, NY, served in WWI, and graduated from Syracuse University's College of Agriculture.  Mr. Grant worked as a grocery store manager, and died on 8-17-1954 while living in Syracuse.  Mrs. Grant was born about 1888, and was a grocery clerk.  The couple wed about 1918.

Francis C. Gravelle and Esther Alvord Gravelle lived at 120 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Gravelle was born in Manlius on 10-4-1918, and graduated from the Central City Business Institute, (CCBI), in 1939.  He was chief clerk for the Prest-O-Lite Co., before serving with the AAC in WWII.  Later Mr. Gravelle was an inspector and technical writer for General Electric in Syracuse and Burlington, VT.  He retired in 1987 as purchasing agent for the Castle Rest Nursing Home in Syracuse.  Mrs. Gravelle was born about 1923, and grew up in Manlius.  The couple married on 9-19-1942.  Mr. Gravelle died on 3-20-2000, while residing in Navarre, FL.  They had:  Esther Frances Gravelle Tecklenburg Christian, who was born about 1943, and lived in Tucson, AZ, James E. Gravelle, who wed Suzanne Gravelle, and lived in Fulton, NY, and Doris Gravelle Brown Deadwyler, who lived in Fort Walton, FL.

Gertrude Clark Gravelle lived at 122 Smith St. by 1948.  Mrs. Gravelle was born on 1-28-1889, and was a proof reader and supervisor for the McMillan Book Co. She died in July, 1978.  Mrs. Gravelle was the widow of Charles J. Gravelle, whom she wed about 1916.  Mr. Gravelle was born in 1883, and was a nickel plater for an iron factory.  He died on 6-5-1924.  They had:  Francis Gravelle, (see his listing above), and Robert J. Gravelle, who was born 7-4-1922, and served in Australia with the AAC during WWII, was a steamfitter for the Honeywell Corp. for many years, married Margaret Foley, lived in Westvale, NY, and died on 10-16-1988. 

Charles Wesley Gray and Nellie May Gray lived on East Seneca St. by 1945, and at 107-B Mill St. by 1948.  Mr. Gray was born on 6-26-1888, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  He worked as a molder at an iron foundry and later as a stationary engineer (fireman) at The Manlius School.  Mrs. Gray was born 1-16-1895, and the couple wed about 1913. Mr. Gray died on 7-27-1963, and Mrs. Gray resided in Minoa before her death in June, 1982.  They had:  Doris Gray, who was born about 1914, married Robert Clemons, and lived in Canastota at her death on 1-26-1992, Charles H. Gray, who was born about 1915, served in WWII, wed Leona Francisco, was an engineer on the NYC railroad, lived in Minoa, and died on 12-6-1995, Margaret Gray, who was born about 1916, wed Peter Blazek, and lived in Syracuse at her death on 2-20-1992, and Milton E. Gray, who was born about 1919, was an Army veteran of WWII, an inspector and fireman with Conrail, married Mrs. Bertha Herrick, lived in Kirkville, Chittenango, and Morrisville, and died on 7-23-1996.

Edwin B. Greene and Rena Bailey Greene lived on the Fayetteville Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Greene was born in Pittsfield, NY, about 1891, and came to Manlius about 1938.  He was a maintenance worker and a carpenter for the General Electric Co.  Mr. Greene died on 10-6-1956.  Mrs. Greene was born on 10-2-1888, and was a native of New Berlin, NY.  She died on 4-23-1978.  They had:  Sarah Greene, who married Mark Loomis, and lived in Waynesboro, VA, and Kenneth Greene, (see his entry below).

Kenneth B. Greene and Elizabeth Wells Greene lived at 4936 Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948, and later  on McDermott Rd.  Mr. Greene was born on 6-22-1914, and grew up in Syracuse.   He was an industrial engineer at General Electric, and later was the owner of the Greene Century Hardware Co.--which later was the Manlius True Value Hardware Store. Mrs. Greene was born in Syracuse on 3-4-1913, and the couple wed in 1940.  She was a school cafeteria manager.  Mr. Greene was a member, deacon, trustee, and Sunday School teacher at the First Baptist Church of Manlius.  He died 12-18-1991, and Mrs. Greene died on 5-16-2011, at age 98.  They had:  Douglas W. Greene, who wed Donna Greene, was the vice-president of his father's hardware firm, and resides in Cazenovia, and Beverly Greene, who was born in June, 1946, wed Philip Meloon, was a teacher, and lives in Manlius..

Barbara Janette Gregg lived at Sweet Rd. by 1948.  Miss Gregg was born on 5-9-1908, and was a native of Perryville, NY.  She was married about 1925, but soon divorced, and resumed the use of her maiden name, Janette Gregg.  Miss Gregg returned home and lived with her mother, Barbara E. Gregg, who was the widow of Charles Gregg.  Mr. Gregg was a carpenter, and was born about 1866.  Miss Gregg was a housekeeper.  She moved to Jamesville about 1964, and resided there at her death on 5-4-1977.

Francis H. Grevelding and Jeannette May Blanchard Grevelding lived in Watervale by 1948.  Mr. Grevelding was born on 2-24-1924, in Jamesville, and worked on his parent's dairy farm.  Mr. Grevelding and his brother, Patrick Grevelding, purchased a farm in Manllius, and he worked there before moving his family to Otisco, NY, in 1960.  He retired from the Woodford Brothers firm in 1990, and died on 5-19-2005.  Mrs. Grevelding was born in Syracuse on 10-29-1927, and the couple wed in 1944.  She died on 8-27-2005.  They had:  Margaret "Peggy" Grevelding Riese, who lived in Cortland, NY, Polly Grevelding Reddick, who lived in Camillus, NY, Wayne Grevelding, who resided in Syracuse, Cecelia Grevelding McDonough, who lived in Otisco, and Annette Grevelding Burlingame, who also lived in Otisco.

Wallace H. Grevelding and Jean Purdy Grevelding lived in Watervale by 1948.  Mr. Grevelding was born on 2-3-1920, and grew up on his family's dairy farm near Manlius.  (See the above entry for his brother, Francis Grevelding.)  He served in WWII, and later owned and operated his own family farm for many years.  The family resided in Tully, NY, but moved to Marathon, NY, about 1974.  Mr.Grevelding retired in 1982 from the Monarch Machine and Tool Co. of Cortland, NY.  Mrs. Grevelding was probably born on 9-3-1923, and died on 6-29-1994, while living in Brewerton, NY.  At his death on 12-9-1989, Mr. Grevelding was married to Diane Kesselring Grevelding.  She was born on 11-29-1934, wed a Mr. Ensign and lived in Marathon at her death on 3-13-2008.  W. H. and Jean Grevelding had:  Wallace D. Grevelding, who was born in July, 1947, and lived in Otisco, NY, Susan Grevelding Grant, who lived in Marathon, and Patricia Grevelding Rutherford, who wed Michael Murphy, and lived in Pompey.

Elwood Chester "Chet" Griffin and Dorothy Pelham Post Griffin lived on Ridge Rd. near Cazenoivia by 1948, after living at 207 Elm St. in Fayetteville by 1942.  The family later lived  in Fabius, Manlius, at 8603 Cazenovia Rd. in Oran, and at No. 2  Rd. East before moving to Green Creek, NC, about 1979.  Mr. Griffin was born 2-15-1912, and was a native of Ravena, NY.  He drove a truck for a year following graduaion from Colgate University, and then joined the faculty in Fayetteville in 1935, signing an annual contract for $1,300.  He was a science teacher and basketball coach at FHS.  He became vice-principal at the school in 1937, and later was involved when the Fayetteville-Manlius school district was created in the early 1950's.  Mr. Griffin later served as the director of adult education.  Mrs. Griffin was born in 1914, and grew up in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, where the couple married in 1939.  She graduated from the Packard Commercial Institute, and was a records supervisor for J. C. Penneys.  Mr. and Mrs. Griffin were active in equine trail riding competition, and he was president of the Empire State Arabiian Association.  Mrs. Griffin's mother, Jessie Adele Post, resided with the family for many years.  Mrs. Post was born on 2-9-1885, and was the widow of William Wallace Post, a railroad clerk.  She died in Green Creek on 7-4-1981, at 96.  Mr. and Mrs. Griffin later moved to a retirement home in Chambersburg, PA, where Mr. Griffin died on 5-16-1998.  They had:  Barbara Griffin, who was born about 1939, graduated from SUNY at Oswego, taught school, and resides in Poughkeepsie, NY, Karen Lee Griffin, who was born about 1941, graduated from SUNY-Oswego in 1963, was a teacher, married Louis Root on 8-10-1963, and resides in Caledonia, NY, Jean Griffin, who wed Robert J. Deline, and lives in Little Falls, NY, and Pamela Post Griffin, who graduated from Alfred University in 1968, and is a cancer researcher at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. 

Leon H. Griggs and Barbara Price Griggs lived at 5016 Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Dr. Griggs was born on 6-30-1895, in Wolcott, NY, and grew up in Fair Haven.  He graduated from Syracuse University's College of Medicine in 1918, and earned a master's in medicine from the University of Pennsylvania.  Dr. Griggs specialized in diseases of the blood and skin.  He maintained offices in the State Tower Building, and practiced in Syracuse for more than 40 years.  Dr. Griggs served with the USN during WWI.  He was also a professor of medicine at the College of Medicine.  Mrs. Griggs was born in Shropshire, England, on 7-24-1897, and came to the United States when she was 12.  She was a 1921 graduate of  the Walter Reed School of Nursing, and, the following year, she earned a bachelor's degree at Columbia University.  Later she received her master's degree from Syracuse University, where she served as the dean of the College of Home Economics.  Dr. Griggs died on 9-17-1975, and Mrs. Griggs died on 3-16-1991, at age 93.  They had:  Dr. Robert C. Griggs, who attended Harvard, and lived in Shaker Heights, OH, and Dr. Kathryn Joan Griggs, who studied medicine at Syracuse University, married and divorced her classmate, Dr. Frank J. Babbott, Jr., and lived in VT, before moving to Los Angeles.

Ralph William Gumaer and Alice Aileen Stubbs Gumaer lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Gumaer was born on 1-24-1896, and was a farmer.  He was a native of Cato, NY, and lived in Lysander, NY, before coming to Manlius about 1945.  Mrs. Gumaer was a native of Des Moines, IA, and was born on 7-26-1902.  The couple married on 3-12-1919, in Fleming, NY.  Mr. Gumaer died on 4-13-1964.  About 1983, Mrs. Gumaer moved to Delphi Falls.  She died on 7-29-1996, at the age of 94.  They had:  Dorothy Gumaer Arp, who was born on 8-3-1920, and lived in Cairo, NY, at her death on 6-5-2008, Bruce Gumaer, who was born about 1923, and resided in Cazenovia, Barbara Gumaer McDermott, who was born about 1927, and lived in Delphi Falls, Erma Jean Gumaer who was born on 1-2-1930, was a secretary, married Donald Lester Russell, resided in Denison, TX, and died on 1-10-2010, Gordon R. Gumaer, who was born on 4-27-1931, resided in Lewisville, TX, and died on 7-21-2004, Robert Keith Gumaer, who was born on 11-4-1935, was a warehouse worker, lived in Whitewright, TX,  and died on 6-13-2007, and Curtis Gumaer, who lived in Bellflower, CA.

Charles Henry Gummer and Mabel Gummer lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1930.  Mr. Gummer was born on 4-16-1886, and was a native of Syracuse.  He married Mina E. Warner, a native of Oswego, NY, about 1908.  She was the daughter of John Alfred Warner, was born about 1890, and taught school in Oswego.  Later the couple moved to Fayetteville.  Mrs. Gummer developed pneumonia, and died on 6-21-1919, leaving three small children.  Mr. Gummer later married Mabel Gummer, who was a native of Mottville, NY.  She was born about 1887, came to Manlius as a small child, and probably was married previously.  Mrs. Mabel Gummer died on 4-30-1960.  Mr. Gummer, who worked as a dairy farmer, died on 12-13-1977, at age 91.  He and Nina Gummer, had:  Beatrice Gummer, who was born on 7-22-1911, graduated from the Central City Business Institute, (CCBI), married Lamson Eldred Dawley about 1934, resided in Fayetteville, and died on 11-30-1995, Robert A. Gummer, who was probably born on 12-20-1912, resided in Baltimore, MD, and died on 12-15-2002, and Alice Gummer, who was born about 1916, wed Wendell May, worked for the General Radio Co., and lived in Manlius.  Charles Gummer was baptised on 12-26-1886, and church records refer to his being adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gummer.   On one census record, Charles Gummer is referred to as Robert Gummer's "cousin," not his son. 
In other newspaper records, Charles Gummer is reported to have had at least three siblings with the surname Russell, suggesting that this may have been his birth name.  Mina Warner's name appears as "Nina" Warner in many records.

Charles W. Guynup and Geraldine Mason Guynup lived in Watervale by 1948.  Mr. Guynup was born on 2-13-1908, and was a dairy farmer.  He died on 11-24-1974.  Mrs. Guynup was born in Weedsport, NY, on 4-7-1919.  She moved to the Pompey area about 1941.  Mrs. Guynup was active in Republican politics and served as a councilwoman.  She died on 7-20-1979.  They had:  Charles M. Guynup, who was born in September, 1950, married Carole S. Holt about 1978, and resided in Pompey, and Gary V. Guynup, who was born in January, 1955, and lives at 3332 Watervale Rd.

Victor H. Habicher and his daughter, Clara Habicher, lived on the Oran Gulf Rd., at the corner of No. 2 Rd., by 1921.  Mr. Habicher was born about 1873, and wed Marie A. Habicher about 1903.  They were both natives of Czechoslovakia and came to America in 1899.  Mrs. Habicher was born about 1875, and died on 6-23-1947.  Mr. Habicher, who worked as a farmer, died in February, 1960.  They had:  Clara Habicher, who was born in WI on 7-17-1897, lived most of her life near Pompey, worked as a housekeeper, and died on 12-2-1979.   Mrs. Habicher was married previously, and had a child who died young.  Some records show the Habichers, who spoke German at home, as having been born in Austria.

Guy C. Hackett and Louise Gaulin Hackett lived at 121 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Hackett was born in Saranac, NY, on 12-15-1908.  As a young man, Mr. Hackett was a barber and also worked at a school in Lake Placid, NY.  Later he was a machinist and retired from the Precision Castings Co. after more than 30 years service.  Mrs. Hackett was born about 1913, and was a native of Lake Placid and Peru, NY.  The couple wed in 1935, and came to Manlius about 1945.  Mrs. Hackett was trained to be a dental hygienist at the Rochester Dental Dispensary, and later worked as a sales clerk for the Park-Brannock Shoe Co.  She died in Manlius on 11-16-1972.  Mr. Hackett later wed Florence Seney Gonyea, and died 6-4-1992, while living in Plattsburgh, NY.  Guy and Louise Hackett had:  Mary Lou Hackett Gallinger, who resided in Frankfort, NY, Laura May Hackett Reinsmith, who lived in Cutten, CA, and John G. Hackett, who lived in Shasta, CA.

Herbert J. Haith and Cora A. Haith lived on West Pompey Hollow Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Haith was born about 1867, and was a resident of the Manlius area for about 80 years.  He worked as a life insurance agent and then was the secretary of the Onondaga County Patrons Fire Relief Association--an insurance firm.  He was very active in Masonic circles and died on 3-10-1953.  Mrs. Haith was born about 1866, and the couple married in January, 1903.  She died on 2-12-1951.  They had:  Harriett Haith, who wed John Young, (see their listing), Cora Adell Haith, who wed Charles Frenzel, Jr., (see their listing above), and Alice L. Haith, who wed Francis H. DeRosia, (see their listing).

Anderson Lee Hale and Ruth Brooks Hale lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hale was born on 6-29-1881, and was a 1907 graduate of Syracuse University.  As a young man he lived in LeRay, NY, and taught high school.  By 1920, he had moved to the Manlius area, where he operated a dairy farm, and was a teacher and principal at Tannersville, NY.  Mr. Hale was first married to Christina May Howard.  She was born in 1888, and the couple wed about 1908.  On 6-29-1947, following his wife's death, Mr. Hale wed Mrs. Ruth E. Brooks, who lived in Syracuse.  He died on 10-31-1963.  Anderson and Christina Hale had:  Earl Anderson Hale, who was born about 1909, and wed Virginia May Lent on 8-2-1940, Wesley I. Hale, who was born about 1910, married Vivien Venner on 6-20-1936, served in WWII, worked at the Mathieson Alkali Works, and lived in Lake Charles, LA, Irving Howard Hale, who was born on 11-29- 1911, graduated from the Syracuse University College of Forestry in 1936, wed Eleanor Margaret Hester, was a landscape architect, and died 1-7-1991 in Dallas, TX , Elizabeth Hale, who was born on 1-4-1916, graduated from the school of nursing at Crouse-Irving Hospital,  served in WWII, probably wed Walter Wetherell, and resided in Garden City, NY, at her death in April, 1995, and A. Lee Hale, Jr., who was born on 5-10-1924, married Jeanne Kohler Hale about 1946, and lived and farmed in Manlius until his death on 9-29-1995.

Curtiss Meade Hale and Aliva Benedict Hale lived at 540 Pleasant St. by 1948, and at 604 East Seneca St. by 1958.  Mr. Hale was born on 1-25-1906, and was president of the George H. Hale Co.--a Manlius lumber and coal dealership.  He wed Delia Healey in Auburn, NY, on Christmas Day, 1930.  They divorced at some point, and she wed Chester C. Wood in PA, in 1941.  Mr. Wood was the chief x-ray technician at a hospital in Rome, NY.  Aliva Hale was born about 1912, and was a registered nurse.  She and Mr. Hale were wed on 7-18-1942.  Mr. Hale died on 3-29-1987, while living in Pompano Beach, FL.  He and Delia Healey Hale had:  Nancy M. Hale, who lived in Gouveneur, attended Oswego State Teacher's College and Central City Business Institute, (CCBI), and married Robert Harris in 1958, and Carolyn Elizabeth Hale, who was born about 1932, graduated from Potsdam State Teacher's College, was a vocal music teacher, and wed Thomas Aldon Duke on 12-22-56.  Mr. Hale and Aliva Benedict Hale likely had:  Curtiss Gordon Hale, who was born on 12-5-1943, graduated from Syracuse University's College of Forestry, was a USN officer, and died on 3-4-2005.

Daniel J. Hale and Ella Gertrude Taschan Hale lived on East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Hale was born in March, 1873, and was a life resident of the area.  He worked as a farmer, and died at home on 7-21-1960.   Mrs. Hale was born in June, 1878, and the couple wed about 1895.  She died 6-17-1949.  Following her death, Mr. Hale married Jenevieve Hale, who was born about 1874. She was a native of Battle Ceek, MI., and had a daughter, Mrs. George Stanton, from a previous marriage.  Jenevieve Hale died in a Minoa nursing home on 4-18-1962.  Daniel and Ella Hale had:  Harry J. Hale, who was born about 1897, wed Mary Hale, was a steel worker for the LaCour Cameron Co., lived on the Jamesville Rd., and died a suicide on 1-31-1958, Willis Hale, (see his listing below), Daniel E. Hale, Jr., who was born in East Syracuse on 5-9-1904, was a truck driver, and lived in Chittenango at his death on 1-31-1978, Murray D. Hale, who served in the USMC, and wed Elizabeth Knapp on 6-2-1926, Lillian Hale, who was born in Syracuse on 3-9-1906,  married Frank L. Emmons, and lived in Cazenovia at her death on 12-10-1998, at age 92, and Daisy Hale, who was born in Cazenovia on 5-2-1909, wed Gilbert T. Scanlon on 9-20-1927, worked as the food service manager for the New Process Gear Corp., and lived in Manlius at her death on 9-18-1983.  Ella Hale's maiden name sometimes appears as "Laschan."

Ferman "Bud" Hale and Iva Mae Hepp Hale lived on Hale Rd.. near East Seneca Turnpike, by 1948.  Mr. Hale was born on 11-19-1914, and was a life resident of Manlius.  He was a dairy farmer on a farm previously owned by his parents.  Mrs. Hale was born in Cicero, NY, on 4-10-1918, and worked as a punch press operator at Precision Castings in Fayetteville, and at Maple Lawn Nursing Home.  Mr. Hale died on 7-1-1989, and Mrs. Hale died on 12-9-2002.  They had:  Judson A. Hale, who lived in Manlius, and Robert F. Hale, who married and divorced Drenda K. Hale, and lived in Canastota.  Mrs. Hale's sister, Edith Hepp, was married to Willis Hale, a cousin of her husband, (see their listing below).

Frank A. Hale and Dora M. Hale lived on the Seneca Turnpike by 1930.  Mr. Hale was born about 1878, and was a dairy farmer.  Mrs. Hale was  born about on 4-8-1893, and the couple wed about 1911.  Mrs. Hale was a Home Bueau leader for 25 years, and was a member of the Eagle Village School board of trustees.  She died on 10-9-1973.  They had:  Dr. Clayton H. Hale, who was born 8-13-1913, wed Bessie Granger, was a radiologist, lived in Syracuse and Skaneateles, and died 4-8-1980, Franklin Hale, (see his listing below), and Dr. DeForest E. Hale, who was born in Manlius on 6-1-1919, graduated from Syracuse University in 1942 and from its College of Medicine in 1945, wed Alice Barker about 1946, was also a radiologist, and lived in Bradenton, FL, at his death on 7-18-2002.     

Franklin (Franklyn) A. Hale and Ora Mae Hale lived on McClinton Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hale was born about 1915, and was the son of Frank and Dora Hale, (see their listing above).  Mr. Hale was a farmer, and an electrician for the Sanford Fire Equipment Co.  He died on 12-5-1970.  Mrs. Hale was born on 7-12-1914, and was a native of PA.  She lived most of her life in Manlius but moved to Camden, NY, about 1989, and resided there at her death on 8-6-1993.  They had:  Judith S. Hale, who was born about 1942, wed John R. Hoener, and lived in Camden.

George Henry Hale and May A. Hale lived at 504 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Hale was born in Collamer, NY, on 3-23-1878, and founded a coal and lumber business in Manlius.  He was first wed to Sarah "Sadie" Ralph.  She was born about 1879, and they wed about 1901.  She died on 11-2-1945.  Mr. Hale later married May Hale, and died in FL on 5-23-1952.  He and his first wife, Sarah Ralph, had:  Genevieve Hale, who wed Louis A. Clark, (see their listing above), Curtiss Hale, (see his listing above), and Gordon Hale, (see his listing below).

Gilbert H. Hale lived at 526 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Hale was born on 7-2-1931, and was a life resident of the Manlius-Cazenovia area.  He was an Army veteran of the Korean War, and was among the first group of American soldiers to enter the conflict.  Mr. Hale wed Laurine M. Roberts about 1950.  She was born 3-25-1933, and was office manager for the local IBM sales office.   Mr. Hale spent 36 years as the highway superintendent for the Town of Fenner before he retired in 1997.  He died on 4-27-1998, and Mrs. Hale died on 6-9-2008.  They had:  Virginia Lee Hale, who wed Richard J. Stephens on 11-17-1979, and lives in Manlius, Judy Hale, who was a supervisor for the Magnavox Corp., and married James D. McGinnis on 10-15-1983, Mary Hale Costello, Chris G. Hale, who was born in Syracuse on 9-4-1954, was a construction worker, and resided in Fenner at his death on 12-20-2000, David Hale, and Thomas Hale.  All the surviving siblings still live in the Manlius-Fenner area.  

Gordon D. Hale and Agnes Stuck Hale lived at 106 Academy St. by 1948., and at 504 East Seneca St. by 1954.  Mr. Hale was born in Manlius on 10-14-1909, and graduated from Syracuse University.  He was wounded in action in Italy on 5-26-1944, while serving in WWII.  Mr. Hale was the vice-president, and then president, of the lumber and coal business begun by his father, George Henry Hale, (see his listing). Later, Mr. Hale sold real estate for the Clark Real Estate firm. Mrs. Hale was born 4-23-1912, and grew up in East Syracuse.  She taught many years in East Syracuse schools.  It is believed that the couple divorced at some point, and  Mr. Hale later married Marian S. Rappe, a widow.  Agnes  Hale lived on Waldorf Parkway in Syracuse at her death on 11-28-1984, and Mr. Hale died in Pittsford, NY, on 9-2-2002, at 92. Gordon and Agnes Hale had:  Margot R. Hale, who was born about 1941, attended Cortland State College, wed James P. Laible in 1963, and lives in Lubbock, TX, Timothy George Hale, who was born in 1945, and lives in Fairport, NY, Virginia Alice Hale, who was born in September, 1947, married John Nykaza, and lives in Chittenango, and Jeffrey Hale, who was born in June, 1956, and lives in Syracuse.               

John J. Hale and Lucile Wetmore Hale lived at 110 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Hale was born in Manlius on 7-4-1895, and served in Europe with the USMC during WWI.  He was a machinist, and later spent 19 years as the head custodian at Manlius High School.  Mrs. Hale was born on 2-26-1900, and worked for the S. C. Cheney & Son foundry as paymaster.  She later worked at Chappell's Department Store.  Mr. Hale died on 6-25-1985, and Mrs. Hale died on 12-20-1989.  The couple married in April, 1922, and had:  Reginald M. Hale, who was born on 1-11-1926, retired in 1991 as a tool and die maker from Knise & Krick, in Syracuse, married Jean Norris about 1950, and lived at 1 Kevan Circle at his death on 2-4-2000, Bernadine Hale, who was born about 1928, married John Markovich, was a school cafeteria worker, and lived at 112 Smith St., John Hale, who wed Marilyn Richardson, resided at 110 1/2 Smith St., and was a chef, and Malcolm Hale, who lived in  La Habra, CA. 

Judson B. Hale, Jr., and Helen J. Farrell Hale lived at 152 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Hale was born on 7-3-1922, and was wounded while serving with the Army in the ETO during WWII.  He spent 35 years as a lineman and supervisor for the Niagara-Mohawk Power Co.  Mrs. Hale was born in Syracuse on 12-31-1921, and attended business school in Syracuse.  She worked in the payroll office at the Oberdorfer Steel Co. and later was a cafeteria worker for the Manlius High School.  Mr. Hale, a life resident of the area, was very active in veteran's organizations, and was on the board of trustees of the Manlius Village Cemetery.  He died on 12-2-1984, and Mrs. Hale later moved to Breinigsville, PA, to be near her son, Bruce.  Mrs. Hale died there on 2-14-2008.  They had:  Bruce Hale, who married Shirley Hale, attended Onondaga Community College, and resides in Breinigsville, Judson Hale, III, who lives in Manlius, and Debora (Debra) Anne Hale, who graduated from Buffalo State College, wed Daniel J. Gentili in August, 1974, and lives in Williamsburg, VA.  (See the listings for Mr. Hale's brother, Ferman Hale, and for his father, Judson Hale, Sr.)

Judson B. Hale, Sr., and Minnie S. Hale lived on Hale Rd. near East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Hale was a dairy farmer.  He was born about 1880.  Mrs. Hale was born near Manlius on 8-29-1885,  Mr. Hale died on 2-5-1950, and Mrs. Hale resided at 123 Washington St., and at Maple Lawn Nursing Home, prior to her death on 10-19-1966.  They had:  Ferman H. Hale, (see his entry above), Judson Hale, Jr., (see entry above), Herman Hale, who wed Betty Jones, was a truck driver, and lived in Manlius, Elizabeth Hale, who graduated from Central City Business Institute, (CCBI), worked at the Precision Castings Co., wed Jerome E. Werbela about 1947, and lived in Madison, Sophronia Mae Hale, who died on 3-1-1936, at age nine, and Raymond J. Hale, who was a farmer, married Hazel Hale, and lived on Hale Rd.

Willis T. Hale and Edith Hepp Hale lived on Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hale was born in Syracuse on 1-16-1903, and was first wed to Gladys Newman on 5-26-1926.  This marriage probably ended about 1930.  Mr. Hale worked as a machinist at the Precision Castings Co. on 10-18-1949, when he was fatally burned as a coupling broke on a casting machine.  Another worker, Reginald W. Lane, died soon after the accident, and Mr. Hale survived six days before dying on 10-24-1949.  Edith Hale lived in East Syracuse as a child, and worked as a waitress.  She later wed a Mr. Edmonson, and lived in San Diego, CA.  Willis and Edith Hale had:  Nina J. Hale Hubbard, who was born about 1932, and lived in San Diego, her twin, Lenora "Nora" Hale, who studied nursing at the Morrisville Agricultural and Technical Institute, married Paul E. Schmidt on 2-7-1953, and lives in San Diego, CA, Willis Hale, who was born about 1937, served in the USAF, and llived in Santee, CA, Shirley M. Hale, who was born about 1935, wed Joseph J. Schwarm in 1955 and Fred Stroberg, and worked in San Diego, at her death 4-13-1988, Darlene Hale, who was born about 1938, and lives in San Diego, Reginald K. Hale, who was killed 2-26-1956, at age 14, when his sled was struck by a car on 2-26-1956, and Gerald "Jerry" Hale, who was born about 1944, and lived in Lakeside, CA.

Robert M. Haley and Ruth McCarthy Haley lived on the Fayetteville Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Haley was born  on 8-1-1911, and was a USN  veteran of WWII.  He graduated from Syracuse University in 1933, and was secretary of the Bentley-Settle Co., the family owned wholesale grocery firm, and also owned a warehouse.  Mrs. Haley was born about 1912, and was a native of Syracuse.  She attended the University, and the couple wed in 1941.  Mrs. Haley was advertising manager for the Addis Co., a women's clothing store.  She died on 12-2-1972, and Mr. Haley died on 3-11-1992.  They had:  Robert Haley, Jr., who attended the University of Oregon, and resided in Syracuse, Sharon C. Haley, who lived in Atlanta, GA, and Judith Haley, who married Anthony Penna, and lived in Boston, MA. Mr. Haley rode with Troop K in Manlius and was a co-founder and first president of the Limestone Creek Hunt Club.

Clara Cathers Hall lived on the Oran-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mrs. Hall, a native of Syracuse, was born about 1888, and was a bookkeeper for S. Cheney & Son, a local foundry.  She was the widow of Rodger D. Hall, whom she wed about 1915.  Mr. Hall was a railroad station agent and died before 1927.  After his death, Mrs. Hall lived for a period with her sister, Eva Hale Templeton, who was the wife of Leon E. Templeton.  Mrs. Hall was, for many years, active in the OES and the Oran Community Church, which she served as treasurer.  She died on 4-20-1962.

Myron Daniel Hall and Ethel Evelyn Miller Hall lived on Eagle Village Rd. by 1948, and later lived at 3990 Pompey Hollow Rd., near Cazenovia.  Mr. Hall was born in the Madison County hamlet of Lenox on 3-8-1920.  He was an assembler at the Easy Washer Corp.  Mrs. Hall was born on 10-19-1924, and the couple wed 10-1-1944.  She was the sexton at the Oran Community Church.  Mr. Hall lived in Cazenovia at his death on 5-11-1982, and Mrs. Hall, a life resident of the area, died on 2-14-2007.  They had:  Mary Hall, who was born about 1950, wed Robert J. Abend, and lives in North Syracuse, Roger Hall, who lives in Plantation, FL, Elizabeth Jeannette "Rosie" Hall, who was born 9-4-1945, studied keypunching, worked for Syracuse University, married Donald Cameron Eaton in 1973, and lived in Norfolk, VA, at her death on 3-10-2006, Elsie Hall, who was born about 1955, wed Roy R. McDowell, and lives in Carolina Beach, NC, Edith "Edie" Hall, who was born about 1956, wed John H. Beaupre, and lives in East Lansdownw, PA, and Nancy Hall, who was born about 1959, wed Anthony M. Recchilongo, and lives in Morton, PA.   

William L. Hall and Ethel Kelsey Hall lived at 534 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Hall was born on 9-11-1897, and was a native of Genoa, NY.  He lived in Manlius from 1934 until he and Mrs. Hall moved to FL in 1989.  Mr. Hall was a machinist and a tool maker  with the Allied Chemical Co. for 46 years.  Mrs. Hall was born on 4-29-1906, and was a native of Niles, NY.  She died in Jacksonville, FL, on 5-4-1989, and Mr. Hall died there on 7-17-1990.  They had:  Robert L. "Charlie" Hall, who was born in Genoa on 10-19-1924, served in WWII with the USN, wed Rose Johnson, was a self-employed salesman, Carlton W. "Cardy" Hall, who was born in Moravia, NY, on 3-31-1927, served in WWII, was a construction equipment operator for the Button Construction Co., wed Grace Allen, moved to Chittenango about 1973, and died on 11-14-1997, and  Beverly Hall Thompson Alexander, who lived in Jacksonville, FL.  Like many area women, Mrs. Hall worked for the Precision Castings Co. during the labor shortage which accompanied WWII. 

Richard B. Halloran lived on Troop K Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Halloran was born on 2-28-1914, and was a native of Syracuse.  He served in the USN during WWII, before becoming the first manager of the Cavalry Club in Manlius.  Mr. Halloran moved to Sandusky, OH, about 1949, and spent 27 years as a pharmaceutical salesman for the Walker Corp.  He wed Anne McGadey at some point, and they moved to St. Petersburg, FL, in 1981.  Mr. Halloran died there on 12-11-1985.  Mrs. Halloran was born in Glasgow, Scotland, on 12-22-1908, and worked for the Internal Revenue Service in Syracuse for several years.  She returned to Syracuse prior to her death on 7-25-1996.

Joseph Eldridge "Shorty" Hamilton and Helen Case Hamilton lived on Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, and at 210 Garrett Dr. by 1954.  Mr. Hamilton was born 12-24-1912, and was a native of Milwaukee, WI.  He attended Marquette University and moved to the Manlius area about 1939.  Mr. Hamilton was office manager for the local Pepsi-Cola distributors, and retired from the state MVD.  He was active in several church and civic groups and was an avid golfer.  Mrs. Hamilton was born in Syracuse on 8-25-1915, and graduated from Eastwood High School. She taught nursery school in DeWitt.  Mr. Hamilton died on 6-18-1987, and Mrs. Hamilton died on 5-16-1999.  They had:  Eloise Hamilton who was born in July, 1945, graduated from Onondaga Community College, worked for Mohawk Airlines, wed Donald Frederick Andrews on 9-20-1969, and later lived in Naperville, IL, and Elaine M. Hamilton, who was born in April, 1954, and lived in Fayetteville.

Frederick H. Hamlin and Jane Graham Hamlin lived on Pompey Center Rd. at Indian Hill Farm, after moving there from Comstock Ave. in Syracuse in 1944.  Mr. Hamlin was born about 1913, and was probably a native of the Utica, NY, area. He was a research chemist, and left the Manlius area by 1954.  They had:  Martha Hamlin, who was born about 1942.  

Robert K. Hamman and Eleanor S. Hamman lived on the Oran Station Rd. by 1948, and moved to Bridgeport about 1976.  Mr. Hamman was born on 3-1-1921, and was a native of NYC,  He served in WWII, and then was an inspector at the Precision Castings Co., a stock clerk at the Onondaga Supply Co., and a microfilm worker at St. Joseph's Hospital.  Mrs. Hamman was born 1-15-1917, and was a native of Syracuse.  She was a secretary, and worked for the Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. and retired from the Lerman carpet Co. in 1981.  Mr. Hamman died on 4-1-1990, and Mrs. Hamman died on 7-19-1991.  They had:  William L. Hamman, who was born in May, 1954, and lived in Bridgeport.

Paul Philip Birkenhauer Hanson and Gladys Milleruth Wharton Hanson came to the Manlius area by 1943, lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, and moved to New Brunswick, NJ, by 1958.  Mr. Hanson was born in West Plains, MO, on 6-11-1901.  He was a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, and also earned a master's degree from NYU.  Mr. Hanson was a Chamber of Commerce official in Tupper Lake by 1930, and became a math teacher at The Manlius School in 1943.  He wrote a book, "Military Applications of Mathematics."  Mr. Hanson died on 4-7-1968, while residing in Red Bank, NJ.  Mrs. Hanson was born in Ashland, WI, on 10-7-1904, and the couple wed in Watertown, NY, on 8-16-1924.  Mrs. Hanson was a bookkeeper for the Cheney & Son Foundry.  She died on 7-3-1978, while residing in Potsdam, NY.  They had:  Ann Louise Hanson, and graduated from Harpur College, worked in the school's library, lived in Johnson City, NY, and wed Jonathan Gregory Rossie on 7-5-1958, and Paul Wharton Hanson, who was born on 10-23-1925, served on the USS Chester in the PTO during WWII, wed Alice Wilcox on 4-13-1948, studied at a technical institute in Rochester, was a commercial artist, and resided in Bradley Beach, NJ, at his death on 8-15-1997.  On 6-8- 1957, the junior Mr. Hanson was involved in a criminal case that made front page headlines in the Syracuse paper.  It began when an ex-convict named Felix J. Olkowski sped through a routine roadblock on Genesee St. in Fayetteville.  Following a chase at speeds of up to 90 mph, Deputy Sheriff Edwin "Ted" Marsh pulled Olkowski over on North Manlius St. about three miles north of Fayetteville.  As the officer approached the car, the driver suddenly grabbed a sawed-off shotgun and put it to the stomach of Deputy Marsh.  Meanwhile, the 31 year old Mr. Hanson had come upon the scene. Olkowski was watching several police officers who were arriving at the scene when Mr. Hanson threw a rock which inflicted a severe head wound on the hostage taker, rendering him unconscious and permitting the freeing of Deputy Marsh.  On 10-29-1957, Olkowski was sentenced to 15 years to life in Attica State Prison.  He died there in April, 1970.

Waterman Owen Hapeman and Bernadine Anna "Bud" Horton Hapeman resided at 601 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Hapeman was born in PA on 2-1-1881, and later lived in Elmira, NY, where he was a minor league baseball player.  He began a long railroad career with the Pennsylvania Railroad when he was 17, and eventually became a station agent, telegrapher, and station master in Fayetteville and Manlius for the NYC Railroad.  He died 3-4-1960.  Mrs. Hapeman was born about 1900 in Syracuse, but she lived most of her life in Manlius, where she was active in many church and civic causes.  Mrs. Hapeman worked for the Board of Elections for 67 years.  She died on 10-1-1990, at age 90.  They had:  Charles N. "Tink" Hapeman, who was born in 1927, served in the Navy's V-12 program during WWII, studied at Central College (MO), RPI, Colgate, Syracuse University, and LeMoyne College, worked at the Onondaga Supply Co., and died on 10-9-1955.  Mr. Hapeman is believed to have been married previously and to have had:  Shirley E. Hapeman, who was born on 7-31-1916, graduated from Manlius High School in 1934, wed Fred Jordan, and lived in Bethel Park, PA, at her death on 2-10-2010.

Horace D. "Pete" Harding and Harriett L. Harding lived on Gibbs Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Harding was born on 3-20-1919, and was a native of Kirkville.  He was a tenant farmer, and for a period was employed on the farm of Arthur C. Bettinger, near Fayetteville.  By 1968, Mr. Harding was married to Janice Smith Harding, and at his death on 12-18-1976, they lived at 8278 Green Lake Rd. in Fayetteville.  Janice Harding was born in February, 1936, and was married previously to a Mr. Hatch.    

Joseph A. Harrington and Jane Harrington lived on Sweet Rd. in Jamesville by 1948.  Mr. Harrington was born 5-1-1923, and lived most of his life in Chittenango and moved to NV about 1981.  He served in the Army during WWII, and retired from Allied Chemical Co. where he had been a machinist.  Mrs. Harrington was born in April, 1926.  Mr. Harrington was active in Masonic affairs.  He died in Henderson, NV, on 8-17-1988.  They had:  Jo Ann Harrington, who was born in January, 1948, married Richard Arthur McEvers, and lived in Henderson, and Audrey Harrington, who was born about 1949, wed a Mr. Woods, and also lived in Henderson..   

Russell A. Harris and Gladys Miller Harris lived on Palmer Rd. by 1948, and moved to 110 Hathaway Rd. near DeWitt by 1956.  Mr. Harris was born on 1-11-1900, and was an accountant for the NY Telephone Co.  Mrs. Harris was born in Fort Plain, NY, on 7-18-1903, and the couple wed about 1925.  They lived on Butternut St. in Syracuse when Mr. Harris died on 10-14-1980, and Mrs. Harris died on 11-22-1990.  They had:  Russell Harris, Jr., who served in the USN, wed Shirley Ann Gaffey in August, 1956, and lived in Highland, NY, and Charles J. Harris, who was born about 1930, graduated from Syracuse University in 1952, became an analytical chemist for Swift & Co. in Chicago the same year, and later lived in Syracuse. 

Yettie Loomis Harris lived at 403 Pleasant St. by 1900, and moved to a nursing home in Syracuse by May, 1950.  Mrs. Harris was the daughter of Isaac and Agnes Loomis.  She was born in Lockhaven, PA, on 12-27-1854, and came to Manlius about 1895.  Mrs. Harris was the widow of Rev. Charles E. Harris, a Baptist  minister.  He was probably a native of CA, and was born in 1848, and died in 1894.  Mrs. Harris died on 7-27-1951.  She was 96, and the oldest member of the Manlius Baptist Church.   They had:  Rachel A. Harris, who was born in October, 1883, grew up in Granville, OH, and died in Chicago, IL, on 8-5-1922, Taylor Loomis Harris, who was born in Port Huron, MI, on 1-5-1887, attended Colgate University, wed Zella Harris about 1906, was a chauffeur and garage serviceman, lived in Pasadena, CA, and died on 3-7-1973, and Laura C. Harris, who was born on 9-16-1894, grew up in Pasadena, earned her Ph. D. from Denison College and taught there, graduated from Syracuse University's College of Medicine in 1924, maintained a pediatric practice in the Medical Arts Building in Syracuse from 1924 until her retirement in 1970, and died on 10-16-1987.  In August, 1902, 15 year old Taylor Harris was accidentally impaled on a pitchfork while helping to gather hay.  Men working in nearby fields came to his assistance, and while some held him, others extracted the tines which were protruding through the flesh of his back.  They were able to apply crude bandages to staunch the blood flow, and the lad was rushed away on the Syracuse & Suburban, (the local electric railroad).  The car was met by an ambulance at South Crouse Ave. and young Harris was taken to the Good Shepherd Hospital.  Surgeons there found that although the fork tines penetrated his abdomen none of his organs or intestines had been punctured, and the young man made what many considered a miraculous recovery.  He lived 70 more years.   

Clinton H. Hart and Mae Wright Hart lived on Peth Rd. in Manlius by 1948, having lived as early as 1927 at 111 North St. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Hart was born on 5-21-1894, and was a native of Manlius.  He was a molder and later worked at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Hart also was a groom at local stables.  Mrs. Hart was born in Manlius on 9-9-1898, and the couple wed in 1914.  Mr. Hart died on 1-8-1977.  Mrs. Hart lived on Lyndon Rd. in Lyndon until 1979 when she moved to the Stonehedge Nursing Home in Chittenango.  She died there on 12-6-1982.  They had:  Robert H. Hart, who was born about 1915, and died in 1924, Vernon Hart, (see his entry below), Luella Hart, who was born about 1919, wed Nicasio Catalano, moved to FL in 1955, and lived in Pompano Beach, at her death on 6-1-2001, Myrtle Hart Wheeler, who was born about 1920, and lived in Fayetteville, John E. Hart, who was born about 1921, married Barbara Raymond, was an engineer on the NYC railroad, moved to FL in 1983, and resided in Live Oak, at his death on 2-7-1995, Lillian Hart Lough Brown, who was born about 1924, and lived in Chittenango, and William H. Hart, who was born about 1925, and lived in Manlius, and Jeanette Hart Miller, who was born in 1926, and resided in Manlius.  Mae Hart was survived by 26 grand- children, 47 great-grandchildren, and five great-great grandchildren.

Floyd M. Hart lived on West Lake Rd. near Cazenovia by 1948.  Mr. Hart was a farmer and mason.  Mr. Hart was born about 1886, and was a farmer.  About 1922, he wed Katherine Hart.  She was born about 1876, and the marriage was her second, having first wed about 1896.  Mr. Hart probably died in May, 1950.  His brother, Clinton Hart, lived close by, (see his entry above).

Leslie Leroy Hart and Mary Claflin Hart lived on Peck Hill Rd. by 1946, and on West Lake Rd. by 1954.  Mr. Hart was born on 8-5-1918, in Caughdenoy, NY, and served in WWII.  He worked as a machinist for the Precision Castings Co. and for the Manth-Brownell Co. in Kirkville.  Mrs. Hart was born on 1-23-1919, and also worked at Precision.  Mr. Hart moved to Bridgeport about 1963.  At some point the couple divorced , and when Mr. Hart died on 1-17-1991, he was married to Mildred Payne Hart.  Mrs. Payne-Hart was born on 6-17-1928, and died on 2-13-2007.  Mary Hart  lived in Gulf Breeze, FL, at her death on 8-5-2005.  Leslie and Mary Hart had:  Roscoe L. Hart, who worked at Precision, Francis Hart, who wed Ruth Wagner in 1985, Anna Marie Hart Briggs, Charity Hart, who worked for the Western Electric Co., and wed David Peter Clark on 9-17-1960, Margaret Hart, who lived in GA, and Joan-Leslie Hart Davis, who lived in McGraw, NY.  

Vernon C. Hart and Leona Ruth Van Auken Hart lived at 204 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Hart was born in Fayetteville on 4-17-1917, and was a life resident of the area.  He worked as a railroad fireman and engineer.  Mrs. Hart was born on 6-6-1912, in Hastings, NY, and the couple wed about 1941.   Mr. Hart died on 4-28-1998, and Mrs. Hart died on 12-3-2004, at age 92.  They had:  Ronald R. Hart, who served in the USAF, married Edie Hart, worked for the American Currier Corp., and lived in Manlius.

William R. Hart and Marion Wittwer Hart lived on Peth Rd. near Cazenovia by 1948, and moved away by 1954.  Mr. Hart was born about 1926, and served in the South Pacific with the USMC during WWII.  The couple married in Fayetteville on 12-31-1946.  Later Mr. Hart operated a winery, and worked at Gray-Syracuse and Syracuse University, where he was a steamfitter.  He died on 1-7-2012.  Mrs. Hart was born about 1925.  They had:  Valerie Hart, who was born about 1948, wed Frank J. Wasielewski, and lives in Chittenango, William Hart, Jr., who was born about 1950, and lives in Manlius, Yvonne Peryea, who was born about 1954, and lives in Chittenango, Lance E. Hart, Sr., who was born on 11-21-1955, was a bus driver, resided in Mattydale, NY, and died on 7-17-2005, Orie Hart (m), who lives in FL, Robert Hart, who lives in Syracuse, James Hart, who lives in Chittenango, Leland Hart, who died in infancy, and Billie Hart Horr, (f) who was born about 1967, and lives in Auburn.  Mrs. Hart's maiden name is Wittner in some records.

Gardner Philip Harter and Ida Ethel Adams Harter lived on West Lake Rd. near Cazenovia by 1909.  Mr. Harter was born on 4-28-1887, and was a farmer.   Mrs. Harter was born 3-5-1888, in Manlius, and graduated from Syracuse University.  The couple married about 1915, and Mrs. Harter died on 11-25-1956, and Mr. Harter died in July, 1969.  They had:  Ralph G. Harter, who was born about 1925, and was a farmer and circuit analyst.  Gardner Harter built the family's two story home in 1909, but it was not electrified until about 1938.  The house was sold about 2005, and in 2006, it was moved to a new location across West Lake Rd.  Ralph Harter lived in the home for 80 years before moving to an apartment in September, 2005.

Glenn A. Harter and Jane Barr Harter lived at 167 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Harter was born on 6-10-1906, and was a life resident of Manlius.  He was a foreman at the Precision Castings Co, where he worked for 42 years.  Mrs. Harter was born in Camillus, NY, on 6-14-1914.  She lived in Syracuse before moving to Manlius about 1943, where she worked for the Thermold Corp.  Mr. Harter died on 4-19-1988.  Mrs. Harter died on 5-9-2004.  They had:  Glenda J. Harter, who lived in Manlius.  Mr. Harter had two brothers, Wendell Harter and Willard Harter, who at one time lived in Manlius, (see their listings below).  Mr. Harter's brother, Wendell Harter, married Mrs. Harter's sister, Evelyn Barr.

Wendell Phillip Harter and Evelyn Eleanor Barr Harter lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Harter was born in Manlius on 7-12-1915.  He worked 43 years at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Harter was born on 8-11-1920, and the couple wed 3-14-1941.  She worked for The Addis Co. and for the F-M school district.  The couple moved to Pompey Center after their marriage and lived there for 38 years.  They then moved to Leesburg, FL, and resided there for 19 years before returning to Manlius in 1998.  Mr. Harter died on 2-7-1999, and Mrs. Harter died on 11-18-2000.  They had:  Linda Harter, who was born about 1942, wed Harold Sevier, and lives in Jamesville, Lois Jean Harter, who was born about 1945, and lives in Skaneateles, NY, and Lorraine A. Harter, who was born on 4-18-1947, was a LPN at Community Hospital, and lived in Manlius at her death on 6-6-2010.

Willard C. "Whiff" Harter and Dorothy Mott Harter lived at 105 North St. by 1948, having lived earlier in Fayetteville.  Mr. Harter, a native of Manlius, was born on 1-31-1918, and served in the USN during WWII.  He worked at the Precision Castings Co. for 40 years.  Dorothy Harter was a waitress.  By 1953, Mr. Harter was married to E. Louise Buckingham, and they resided at 114 Wilmore Place in Syracuse, at his death on 9-4-1994.  E. Louise Harter was born on 6-23-1913, and was a native of New Woodstock.  She was wed previously to Richard H. Davis.  Mr. Davis was from Seneca Falls, NY, and the wedding occurred in Palmyra, NY, on 4-2-1939.  Mrs. Harter was an underwriter for the Aetna Insurance Co, for 22 years.  She died on 9-29-1997, while living in Liverpool.  Dorothy Harter had:  Sharon Harter Molly, who was born in July, 1940, and lived in Philadelphia, PA.  Louise Harter and Richard Davis had:  Cynthia L. Davis, who was born about 1943, married Charles Ebelhare on 12-21-1963, and lives in Leesburg, VA, and Harlow L. Davis, who lived in Liverpool.    

Frederick G. Hartman, Jr., and Elsa "Swanie" Swanson Hartman lived on Sweet Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hartman was born on 1-9-1905, in Syracuse, and attended Syracuse University.  He was the son of Fred G. Hartman and Mary Rose Hartman. Mr. Hartman was an assembly worker, a salesman, and a manager for the NY Telephone Co., before becoming general manager and president of radio station WPDM in Potsdam, NY.   Mrs. Hartman was born in Syracuse on 8-29-1904, to Victor Swanson and Audrey Swanson.  She graduated from Syracuse's Good Shepherd School of Nursing in 1927, and married Mr. Hartman on 3-30-1929.  The ceremony took place at the University Methodist Church, in Syracuse, and was conducted by the Rev. Norman Vincent Peale, the famous author of the best-selling book, "The Power of Positive Thinking."  Mrs. Hartman was the director of nurses at Moongate Nursing Home in Canton, NY, and the couple resided in Potsdam from 1960 until returning to Manlius in 1985.  About that time, Mrs. Hartman came to reside at Stonehedge Nursing Home, Chittenango, where she died on 2-10-1990.  Mr. Hartman resided in the Carriage House Apartments in Manlius at his death on 9-27-2003, at age 98.  They had:  Peter B. Hartman, who wed Carol Ager about 1960, and lived in Manlius, and Paul A. Hartman, who lived in Jackson Hole, WY.  For many years, Mr. Hartman was a member of the local Ring 74 of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, and performed at shows and events in the Manlius and Potsdam areas.  He, also, had an abiding interest in the science of hypnosis and possessed a large collection of books on this subject.  Mr. Hartman was a close friend of the famous mentalist and hypnotist, The Amazing Kreskin, (born George J. Kresge, Jr.), and, at his death, bequeathed several rare books to Mr. Kreskin.

William Hartnell and Isabell "Bella" Smith Hartnell lived on Salt Springs Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hartnell was born on 1-1-1875, in England, and came to the US about 1894.  He was a farmer and later worked at the McIntyre Paper Co. in Fayetteville, where he was a laborer and truck driver.  Mr. Hartnell was married twice previously.  He first wed Mary A. Hartnell, who was born in August, 1877.  They married about 1895, and worked on a farm in the Town of Onondaga.  They had:  Ethel M. Hartnell, who was born about 1898, and is thought to have died as a child.  Mr. Hartnell later married Mary Harwot Herman, who was born about 1876.  She had also been married previously--having wed Edward Herman about 1892.    Mr. and Mrs. Herman had:  Edna Herman, who was born on 3-17-1895, wed Willis Brownell of Flyer on 3-20-1912, and later wed Glenn Palmeter, worked for the Precision Castings Co., and lived in Kirkville when she died on 2-4-1969, and Mabel Herman, who was born on 4-12-1899, married William C. Van Dooser, and lived at 106 Smith St., in Manlius, at her death on 1-21-1975.  The third Mrs. Hartnell died on 8-16-1936, while living in the Dry Hill area near Fayetteville.  Mr.  Hartnell then wed Isabell Smith.  She was born about 1880, and was also a citizen of England before living in Ontario, Canada.  She died on 6-14-1954.  Mr. Hartnell died on 12-26-1968, at age 93.  Edna Herman Brownell Palmeter was one of four participants in a complex arrangement involving wife-swapping and bigamy charges that was a cause celebre in the area during 1925-26.  

Edward James Harvey lived at The Manlius School by 1948.  Mr. Harvey was born in Norwich, NY, probably on 8-29-1881. As a young man he lived in Chenango, NY, with his sister and brother in law, Anna and Michael Hodges.  At that time he worked as a railroad laborer and magazine canvasser.  Later he worked many years for the Rome Brass Co., as a machinist and engineer, and is thought to have lived in Oneida, NY, during this period.  He later worked in the Manlius School commissary.   Mr. Harvey died on 2-6-1952, in Norwich.

Josephine Jones Harvey resided at 214 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mrs. Harvey was born in NY, on 2-5-1894, but her parents, Evan and Eliza Jones, and three older siblings, came to America from Montgomeryshire, Wales, in 1893.  Mrs. Harvey graduated from Syracuse University in 1917.  She was the widow of Frederick William Harvey, whom she wed in 1930. Mrs. Harvey was an organist and music and choir director at several churches, including Grace Episcopal Church, St. Alban's Episcopal Church, and East Genesee Presbyterian Church.  She also gave private lessons in piano.  Mr. Harvey devised an automobile expense book, and from 1943 until 1972, Mrs. Harvey was the president of the Fred W. Harvey Publishing Co., which continued to produce the book.  Mrs. Harvey died on 12-1-1982.  They had:  Frederick J. Harvey of Newfane, NY, and Nancy Josephine Harvey, who was born about 1936, graduated from Syracuse University, and wed James Earl Steorts, in Alexandria, VA, in June, 1960.  Mrs. Steorts has served in the federal government under five presidents.  She became Chairman of the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, and has been referred to as the nation's foremost authority on safety.  She is the author of three books, including, "Safe Living In A Dangerous World."
Mrs. Steorts has played a leadership role in the promotion of smoke detectors, helmets, carbon monoxide detectors, the Toy Safety Act., and other safety initiatives.

Homer P. Haskins and Mable Dorward Haskins lived on the Oran-Cazenovia Rd. following their marriage in September of 1948.  Mr. Haskins was born on 11-17-1928, and was a native of DeRuyter.  By 1952, the family had returned to the DeRuyter area where Mr. Haskins was in the feed and agricultural supply business for 35 years and retired as the highway superintendent for the Village.  Mrs. Haskins was born in Cuyler, NY, on 5-31-1930, but lived almost all of her life in DeRuyter.  She worked briefly in a factory about the time of their wedding, but later focused her activities on her large family and her garden.  Mr. Haskins was an avid and talented bowler, and died at home in DeRuyter on 1-19-2004.  Mrs. Haskins moved late in life to Cazenovia and died on 5-20-2007.  They had:  Nancy Ann Haskins, who was born about 1951, married Stevan Michael Stanier on 10-7-1972, and Thomas J. Stevens, was a cosmetician, and resided in Cazenovia, Stephen P. Haskins, who was born about 1952, married Patricia "Trish" Haskins, and resides in DeRuyter, Kimberly Marie Haskins Phelps, who was born in June, 1970, and resides in Cicero, NY, James Haskins, who was born about 1955, wed Elizabeth "Liz" Haskins, and lives in Georgetown, and Kevin Haskins, who was born about 1956, and lives in New Castle, WY.

Albert E. Haubner and Marion Wilson Haubner lived at 340 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mr. Haubner was born in NYC on 4-19-1896, and came to Manlius about 1941.  He worked as a heating and ventilating engineer for the House Sheet Metal Co.  He was a very active Mason, and in 1952 published a history of the local Military Lodge.  Mr. Haubner died on 4-10-1975. Mrs. Haubner was also a native of NYC and was born on 6-10-1900.  She was active in the OES, and was a volunteer for the Salvation Army.  Mrs. Haubner lived in Eaton, NY, at her death on 11-4-1989.  They had:  Suzanne Haubner, who was born on 1-21-1930, was a medical technician, married Richard Rohr, and died 3-3-2008, while residing in Ellenton, FL.

Harold E. Havens and Phoebe Kirkpatrick Havens lived on Tracy Rd. by 1947.  Mr. Havens was born on 10-16-1902, and was a native of Sullivan, NY.  He came to Manlius in 1947, and was a dairy farmer.  Mrs. Havens was born on 1-10-1909, and was a native of Oswego, NY.  She worked about 10 years for the J. C. Penney Co. at their Shoppingtown location in DeWitt.  Mrs. Havens died on 10-12-1988, and Mr. Havens died on 1-28-1990.

Harold Nathaniel Hawkins and Iva Harris Hawkins lived at 305 Smith St. by 1948, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Hawkins was born on 9-21-1893.  He was born in OH and came to Manlius about 1941.  Mr. Hawkins was a sales manager for an auto supply firm and later was a manufacturer's representative.  Mrs. Hawkins was born on 1-23-1895, in Williamstown, NY.   Mr. Hawkins died on 1-7-1974, and Mrs. Hawkins died on 3-4-1985, at age 90.  They had:  Edwin G. Hawkins, who was born 3-7-1924, served with the AAC in WWII, married Jean Given on 7-26-1947, was an electronic design engineer, lived in North Hampton, NH, before returning to the Syracuse area in 1985, and died on 4-15-1995, and Donna Mae Hawkins, who was born on 9-5-1928, wed Kenneth L. Sherman, Jr., was a department store sales clerk, moved to Chittenango in 1985, and resided there at her death on 10-28-2009.

Charles H. Hayes, Sr., and Amilda F. Hayes lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in Syracuse and the Town of Salina, NY.  Mr. Hayes was born about 1895, and served overseas in WWI.  He was a machinist, proprietor of a garage in East Syracuse, and later a restaurant worker.  Mr. Hayes was active in veteran's and church activities. He died on 4-28-1965, while residing in Cleveland, NY.  Mrs. Hayes was born 1-6-1899, and was a native of Croghan, NY.  The couple married about 1920.  Mrs. Hayes resided in Syracuse, Chittenango, and Cleveland, NY, before moving to Lawton, OK, about 1978.  She lived there at her death on 9-13-1988.  They had:  Doris Hayes who was born on 10-11-1920, in Chittenango, wed Glenn E. Bloomingdale, worked 27 years in the Heavy Military Division of General Electric in Syracuse, and lived in Shelbyville, IN, when she died on 7-8-2000, Elizabeth Hayes Frey, who was born 10-24-1924, and resided in Houston, TX, at her death 4-22-1991, Charles Hayes, Jr., who was born about 1928, was a career member of the USAF, and lived in Jensen Beach, FL, Patrick H. Hayes, who lived in Lawton, and Marjorie Rose Hayes, who attended Syracuse University and Cornell, wed Dr. William J. Argersinger, and lives in Lawrence, KS     

Charles E. Haynes, Jr., and Alta Noyes Haynes lived on the Watervale Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier in East Syracuse. Mr. Haynes was born on 12-14-1915, and was a native of East Syracuse.  He was an AAC veteran of WWII, and spent 33 years as a welder, draftsman, and designer at the Lennox Furnace Co.  Mrs. Haynes was a group leader for the Bristol- Myers Corp.  She was born in Manlius on 3-27-1924, and was a life resident of the area.  Mr. Haynes died on 6-20-1980, and Mrs. Haynes died on 6-19-2005.  They had:  Ronald Haynes, who llived in Bridgeport, Wayne Haynes, who wed Mary Alice Haynes, worked for the Midstate Telephone Co., and lived in Manlius, Alan "Corky" Haynes, who was born in October, 1952, wed Karen Haynes, and lived in Chittenango, and Russell Haynes, who wed Molly Haynes.  Mrs. Haynes was the daughter of Frederick Noyes, who was born in Ontario, Canada, and Fanny Burgess.  Her father was very likely related to John Humphrey Noyes, who founded the Oneida Community in 1848, in the nearby village of Oneida.  The Community had some unusual teachings involving communal property, perfectionism, eugenics, plural marriage, and sex.  The members made quality silverware  and were fairly prosperous for about 30 years.  Eventually, however, the general antagonism of their neighbors, and the flight of Noyes to Canada in 1871 to escape legal problems, led to the closing of the commune.  Although the group probably never had more than 300 members at any given time, two of the members became presidential assassins:  Charles Guiteau, who assassinated President James A. Garfield, and Leon Czolgosz, who was the killer of President William McKinley. 

Frank D. Heffernan and Lena Waga Heffernan lived on Brown Gulf Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Heffernan was born on 2-27-1892, and was a native of Delphi Falls.  He served in Europe during WWI.  Mr. Heffernan was a self-employed carpenter, and later worked for the Oberdorfer Foundry.  The couple married in Fayetteville on 7-8-1922.  When he died on 11-10-1986, at age 94, Mr. Heffernan was the only surviving charter member of the Manlius American Legion Post 141 and the only member to have served in WWI.  Mrs. Heffernan was born on 5-2-1905, and was a lfe resident of the area.  She served more than 25 years as an election inspector in the Town of Pompey.  Mrs. Heffernan moved to the Limestone Garden Apts. after Mr. Heffernan's death, but was a patient at Hill Haven Nursing Home when she died on 2-1-1992.  They had:  John Heffernan, (see his listing below), Clara J. Heffernan, who was born about 1924, and died 4-30-1933, Malcolm E. Heffernan, who was born about 1926, wed Doris Virginia Rounds on 5-17-1952, was a carpenter, and lives in Manlius,   Frank Dennis Heffernan, who was born in April, 1928, and died on 7-22-1930, following an accidental fall from his bed, Elinor Heffernan Hughes, who was born about 1934, resided in Manlius, and died on 12-24-2011, Joan Heffernan, who was born on 11-11-1929, married a Mr. Spears and John Hand, lived in Manlius, and died on 3-13-2011, William L. Heffernan, who was born on 7-10-1932, served in the USMC during the Korean War, worked for the Rochester school district, and resided in Rochester at his death on 1-30-1993, Charles Heffernan, who lives in Savannah, GA,  Lenora Heffernan, who wed Edward Bobbette, and lives in Fabius, and Blanche Heffernan, who was born on 4-7-1931, wed Fred Waite about 1947, lived in Fabius, and died on 6-23-2005.   

John F. Heffernan, Sr., and Beatrice Noyes Heffernan resided on Route 20 by 1948, and on Watervale Rd. by 1969.  Mr. Heffernen was born on 5-3-1923, and was a native of Cazenovia.  He was the among the ten children born to Frank and Lena Heffernan, (see their entry above).   Mr. Heffernan served in WWII, and later worked as a carpenter at Syracuse University.  The family moved to Martville, NY, about 1975, and Mr. Heffernan lived there at his death on 2-1-1985.  Mrs. Heffernan was born on 2-16-1920, and was married previously to Leslie June.  She returned to the Manlius-Syracuse area after Mr. Heffernan's death, and later moved to the Mocksville, NC, area, where she died on 6-12-2005.  With her first husband, Mrs. June-Heffernan had:  Norene Heffernan, who was born on 10-10-1938, wed Walter Leo Clemens on 10-16-1954, worked for the Victory Market in Chittenango, resided in Canastota, and died on 3-20-2004.  Mr. and Mrs. Heffernan probably had:  John Heffernan, Jr., who was born about 1947, wed Sandra Stultz, served in the USAF, and resided in Marcellus, Eileen Heffernan, who wed Charles Smith, and lives in Mocksville, J. David Heffernan, who lives in Camillus, Kathleen Heffernan, who wed a Mr. Lotterie and Fred Root, and lived in Syracuse, Judith Heffernan Barrows, who lives in NC, Brian Heffernan, who lived in North Rose, NY, Patricia Noyes Heffernan, who was born in December, 1942, married Robert Wall, and resides in Chittenango, and Frank Heffernan, II, who wed Marilyn Heffernan, and lives in Cato, NY.  Beatrice Heffernan was a sister of Alta Noyes Hayes, and was probably related to some members of the Oneida Community, (see the listing above for Charles Hayes). 

Frank Garfield Hefti and Flora Estella Moss Hefti lived on the Manlius-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hefti was born on 6-18-1881.  He was a motorrman for the Syracuse anil Suburban Trolley Co. for many years, and then about 1931 he  began a 20 year stint as the operator of a bus route for the Manlius schools.  Mrs. Hefti was born in 1887.  She was a teacher prior to her marriage on 7-18-1907, and later was tax collector for the Town of Pompey.  Mrs. Hefti was active in Republican politics and in church and civic causes.  She died on 1-12-1951, and Mr. Hefti died on 11-18-1956.  They had:  Mary Eleanor (or possibly Evelyn) Hefti, who was born in Watervale on 11-20-1909, received a degree in education from Syracuse University in 1931, married Clesson H. Sargent, taught at LaFayette Central School, was active in the Manlius United Methodist Church, and lived in Athens, NY, for two months before her death on 12-4-2001, at age 92.

Jessie Dunn Hefti resided at 204 Smith St. by 1948.  Mrs. Hefti was born in Pompey in 1879.  Her parents were Charles and Ellen Dunn  She was the widow of George Hefti, who was born in 1877, and died on 9-11-1911, at age 34.  Mr. Hefti was accidentally killed when a concrete dam across a ravine on his property gave way and he was swept about 1,000 ft. down a gorge.  Mrs. Hefti  was a member of the Manlius High School faculty more than 30 years, and died 3-5-1950.  

Edward P. Heinemann and Karleen Ann Bjork Heinemann lived on the Manlius-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948, and moved away by 1954.  Mr. Heinemann was born about 1927, and the couple wed about 1946.  Mrs. Heinemann was born in August, 1929, and grew up in the Oran community, (see the Bjork family listing).  Mr. Heinemann worked as a trainee while in Manlius.  He and Mrs. Heinemann are known to have lived for a period in Lynnfield, MA, about 1967, and are believed to have retired to New Smyrna Beach, FL.  They had:  Charles Edward Heinemann, who was born in November, 1947, Karleen Roberta Heinemann, who was born in November, 1949, married Carlos Edward Escobar, and lived in Vienna, VA, and Beth Ann Heinemann, who was born in November, 1958.

Ernest Helmer lived at 303 North St. by 1948, and later lived at 202 North St.  Mr. Helmer was born on 7-31-1885, and was a native of the Pompey area.  Mr. Helmer was a lumberman with the Hale Lumber Co. in Manlius.  He lived most of his life in Manlius, however, he died on 11-11-1972, while a patient in Marcy, NY.  Mr. Helmer was critically ill several times as a young man, but lived to be 85.

William R. Henderson and Gloria Snyder Henderson lived on the Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1948, and moved from the area by 1954.  Mr. Henderson served in the PTO with the USN during WWII, and later was an office worker.  Mr. Henderson's mother was Eunice Stark Henderson Stanton, and his step-father was Edmund S. Stanton, a contractor, who married Mrs. Henderson on 11-24-1937, and died on 1-16-1951.  William and Gloria Henderson had:  a daughter, who was born on 3-30-1949.

Winifred Collins Henry lived on East Seneca St. by 1930, at 313 Pleasant St. by 1948, at 109 West Seneca St. by 1954, and at 108 Greenridge Dr. by 1969.  Mrs. Henry was born on 11-1-1907, and was a native of Brooklyn, NY.  She was the widow of Thomas C. Henry, whom she wed about 1926.  Mr. Henry was born about 1902, and was a bus driver for the Suburban Bus Co.  He died of a heart attack 3-28-1934, at age 31.  Mrs. Henry was a drill press operator and inspector for the Precision Castings Co.  She died on 5-7-1991.  They had:  Joyce L. Henry, who was born on 1-16-1929, wed John E. Potter, who was a clerk, resided at 106 Greenridge Dr., and died on 1-23-1985, and Joan M. Henry, who was born on 7-6-1931, was a bank clerk for the Marine Midland Trust Co. for 26 years, lived with her mother, and died on 9-26-1979.

Alton Henry Henson and Adelia Blanche Rainbow Henson lived at 7882 No. 2 West Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Henson was born on 1-5-1905, and was a farmer.  Mrs. Henson was born in DeRuyter on 6-25-1904.  The couple wed about 1922, and came to the Watervale area by1930.  Mrs. Henson was tax collector for the town of Pompey, and an election inspector. Mr. Henson died on 12-26-1969, and Mrs. Henson died on 1-4-1998, at age 93.  They had:  Mercena H. J. Henson, who was born about 1923, married Harold V. Pratt, and lived in Manlius, Alton "Bro" Henson, Jr., who was born in 1926, was a farmer, wed Sarah Stroup about 1948, Blanche Elizabeth "Jane" Henson, who was born in 1929, worked for GE, wed Edward Lowell Van DeBogert in June, 1949, William Carleton Henson, who wed Bernadine Ann Belge on 7-20-1957,was a farmer and later a machine operator at the Precision Castings Co., and resided on the Brown Gulf Rd., and Deborah Henson Orecki, who lived in Guilderland, NY.  Mrs. Henson's obituary also refers to a son named David Costello, who resided in North Syracuse.

Albert Theodore Hepp and Lucy Chappell Hepp lived on Academy St. by 1941, at 120 East Seneca St. (Apt. 3) by 1948, and lived at 604 Cain St. In Chittenango by 1959.   Mr. Hepp was born on 11-14-1915, and was a life long resident of the Chittenango-Manlius area.  He  was with the Hale Lumber Co. 24 years before working for the Syracuse Supply Co. and the Reserve Supply Co., where he was warehouse foreman.  Mr. Hepp died at home 11-1-1976.  Mrs. Hepp was born in Pompey on 8-28-1916, and the couple wed on 9-28-1940.  She worked as a sales clerk for the Dey Brothers Co. for 15 years.  Mrs. Hepp moved to an East Syracuse nursing facility about three years before her death on 8-11-2005.  They had:  a daughter who was born on 12-27-1941, and died on 1-2-1942, Albert "Ted" Hepp, Jr., who was born about 1946, and lives in Berkshire, NY, Peter D. Hepp, who died on 4-5-1959, and Thomas J. Hepp, who married Jeanette Hepp, and lives in East Syracuse. 

Arthur George Hepp and Nina Bell Austin Hepp lived on the East Seneca Turnpike by 1948.  Mr. Hepp was born on 9-25-1882.  He was a sweeper at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Hepp died on 8-5-1965,  Mrs. Hepp was was born on 11-14-1893, and the couple married about 1909.  She was a native of Cazenovia, and came to Manlius about 1930.  Mrs. Hepp was a patient in a local nursing home at her death on 3-20-1980.  They had:  Edith Hepp Hale Edmonson, (see the listing for Willis Hale),  Albert Hepp (see his listing above), Oscar W. Hepp, who was born about 1916, and died on 11-1-1940 in a farm accident, Iva Mae Hepp, who was born on 4-10-1918, and married Ferman Hale, (see their listing), and Irving L. "Red" Hepp, who was born on 5-17-1930, wed Frances E. Long about 1951, was a foundry operator, truck driver, owner of Hepp's Rubbish Service, and foreman for the Town of DeWitt, and died on 4-14-2008.

Louie Herman lived at The Manlius School by 1948.  He worked in the commissary, and had moved away by 1954.   He may be the same person as Lewis F. Herman, who was born about 1887, and was the child of Frederick and Sophia Herman.  He was a janitor in Syracuse in 1930, wed Alice Prosser, and died 11-1-1956.  They had: Stuart I. Herman, who married Helen Tuttle, was a farmer in Bridgeport, and died 9-20-1952 in Sayre, PA.

Lawrence Joseph Herold and Lillian May Hilts Herold lived at 120 Mill St. by 1948.  Mr. Herold was born about 1873 in Germany, and came to this country in 1880.   He worked as a varnisher and then was a switchman for the NYC railroad. The couple married about 1894, and Mr. Herold died on 4-12-1949.  They had:  Lillian Herold, who was born about 1896, was a sales clerk for a dry goods store, married Arthur Wilbur, and lived in Syracuse, George Herold, who was born about 1899, and lived in Syracuse, and Ernest Herold, who was born about 1902, was an inspector in a factory, and lived in Manlius.     

Walter Norman Herrick and Bertha De Graeve Herrick, (AKA Bertha Gray), lived at 112 East Seneca St. by 1948.  They had lived previously in Rochester, and returned there by 1957.  Mr. Herrick was born on 1-9-1909, and was a semi-professional baseball player during the 1930s.  He was a native of Rochester, where he had operated a bowling alley.  In Manlius, he owned Norm's Lunch and Billiards--a billiard parlor and lunchroom, whose cash flow was augmented by lottery sales.  The couple divorced and Mrs. Herrick married a Mr. Gray.  Mr. Herrick resided on West Seneca Turnpike, and was wed to Evelyn Herrick, when he died on 3-31-1996, in Morrisville.  It is thought that Walter and Bertha Herrick had:  Walter Carl Herrick, who was born on 1-27-1933, served in the USN in Korea and Vietnam, wed Mary Ann Herrick, and resided at 119 Smith St. at his death on 11-28-1980, Jerome "Jerry" Richard Herrick, who was born in Rochester on 12-16-1937, served in the USN during the Korean Conflict, wed Mildred Mary "Midge" Ferstler on 12-22-1956, owned and operated several service stations in CNY, resided in Morrisville, and died on 6-13-2008, Patricia Herrick, who wed Russell Ramondi, and lives in Hilton, NY,  and Corbett T. "Corky" Herrick, who was born in November, 1947, wed Brenda Herrick, and lives in Morrisville.    

Watson Hicks and Helen Francis Farington Hicks lived in Syracuse before moving to Manlius by 1933, and lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hicks was born on 4-8-1904, and was a native of Syracuse.  He worked for many years as a warehouse clerk for the Inland Supply Co.  Mrs. Hicks was a native of Aurora, NY.  She was born on 9-1-1908, and the couple married about 1925.  Mrs. Hicks died at home on 2-1-1971, and Mr. Hicks died on 6-27-1986.  

Agnes Costello Higgins lived at 112 Franklin St. by 1943.  Mrs. Higgins was born on 5-9-1876 in Pompey.  She was the widow of William Higgins, whom she wed about 1895.  Mr. Higgins was born 4-19-1866, and was a native of Pompey.  The couple moved to Fayetteville about 1921, and lived and farmed near Green Lake.  Mr. Higgins died on 6-8-1937, and Mrs. Higgins moved to Manlius.  They had:  Winifred Higgins, who was born about 1896, wed James Francis Kelly on 9-2-1931, and lived in Syracuse, John F. Higgins, who was born about 1897, and was a mill hand for the Beacon Feed Co., William J. Higgins, who was born in February, 1900, and died as a child, Mary Alice "Polly" Higgins, who was born in Pompey on 9-27-1901, wed Thomas Francis Brady on 4-30-1928, lived in Fayetteville, worked 25 years at Green Lakes State Park, and died on her 96th birthday, Margaret Higgins, who was born about 1904, Catherine Higgins, who was born about 1905, wed William Ryan 6-12-1934, and lived in Apulia Station, NY, Doris Higgins, who was born about 1909, married Lester A. McDermott, and lived in Manlius, and Martin Higgins, who was born about 1914, (see his listing).  Mrs. Higgins was a party to a series of well publicized legal cases during the period of 1911-1912.  They involved a land dispute between Mrs. Higgins and her brother, Francis X. "Frank" Costello.   

Herbert Higgins, Sr., and Jeanette Harper Higgins lived on Watervale Rd. by 1930, and on Wise Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Higgins was born in Canada about 1884, and came to the United States in 1905.  He was a filer at a die casting firm.  Mrs. Higgins was born about 1889, and was a native of Waddington, NY.  The couple wed about 1905.  Mrs. Higgins died on 7-10-1969.  They had:  Kathyln Higgins, who was born about 1918, Herbert D. Higgins, who was born about 1922, and resided in Parish, NY, Marshall Higgins, who was born on 3-1-1925, (see below), Wendell D. Higgins, who was born in Manlius on 9-22-1927, was a decorated veteran of the Korean War, married Loretta Chesbro and Violet Forbey Higgins, worked for Gray-Syracuse, lived in Syracuse, and died on 4-11-1998, Russell Higgins, who was born on 9-27-1928, was an electrician, wed Delores M. Giocondo, lived on Oran-Gulf Rd., and died on 10-2-1994, Betty June Higgins, who was born about 1930, wed Louis H. Kimball in Manlius on 9-23-1947, and lived in North Syracuse, and  Hazel Higgins, who wed Carl Dwyer, and lived in FL.  Wendell Higgins served in the Army and earned two Purple Hearts and was awarded the Bronze Star in 1950 for bravery In Korea, saving two other soldiers from burning to death when a band of enemy soldiers set fire to three Army trucks. 

Marshall D. Higgins and Cora Joiner Higgins lived in Watervale by 1948, and later lived in Delphi Falls.  Mr. Higgins was born on 3-1-1925, and was a native of Sandy Creek, NY.  He served during WWII, and afterward worked at the Precision Castings Co.  At his retirement he was an electrician for Syracuse Merit Electric Co. in East Syracuse.  Mr. Higgins died on 9-19-1988.  Mrs. Higgins was born on 10-10-1928, in Syracuse, and worked for Precision at the time of her marriage on 3-22-1947.  She lived most of her life in Delphi Falls and Manlius, but resided in  Midland, GA, at her death 9-4-2005.  They had:  Carol Higgins-Pattillo, who lives in Midland, Jerry Higgins, who resides in Delphi Falls, Larry Higgins, who resides in Manchester, GA.  The maiden name of Mrs. Higgins is rendered "Cora Joyner," in some records.

Martin J. Higgins and Ruth Gabel Higgins lived on Peck Hill Rd. by 1948, and moved away by 1954.  Mr. Higgins was born on 3-15-1914, and was an all around athlete as a young man, even playing semi-professional baseball in a local league. He served in the PTO during WWII, and later worked for Prescision Castings Co., and retired from Carrier Corp. in 1976. Mr. Higgins was living at 611 Springfield Rd. in DeWitt at his death 9-16-1995, and was survived by Mrs. Higgins.  They had:  Martin W. Higgins, who lived in Fulton, NY, David M. Higgins, who lived in East Syracuse, Carolyn Rush, who lived in Fulton, Patricia Higgins, who resided in Little York, NY, and Marilyn Higgins, who resides in Onondaga Hill, NY. 

Charles Howard Hill and Anna Smith Hill lived on the Oran-Delphi Rd. by 1908.  Mr. Hill was born on 5-17-1878, and lived on  the same road all of his life.  He was a truck farmer and also worked as a maintenance man.  He retired in 1954, and died on 3-4-1967.  Mrs. Hill  was born about 1887, and the couple married about 1905.  She survived her husband.    

Charles D. Hiller and Barbara Brooks Hiller lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hiller was born on 3-12-1919, and served with the Army during the D-Day invasion of Omaha Beach.  He worked at General Electric, and retired as a driver for Mack Trucks.  Mr. Hiller was a life-member of the DAV, and died on 1-5-2004, while residing in Ormond Beach, FL.  Mrs. Hiller was born in Syracuse on 10-2-1926, and wed about 1945.  She worked for GE in Syracuse and in Daytona Beach, FL, where she lived at her death on 6-25-2008.  They had:  Robert C. Hiller, who died in 1968, Linda Hiller, who married James Whitford, and resides in Port Orange, FL, Arthur Hiller, who wed Beverly Hiller, and resides in Hastings, NY, and Jack Hiller, who lives in Edgewater, FL.

Roland De Verne Hinman and Cora VanSicklen Hinman lived at 305 East Seneca St. by 1948, having lived previously on Midland Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Hinman was born in Stockbridge, NY, on 1-16-1893, and was a disabled veteran of WWI.  He was a decorator and mason.  Mrs. Hinman was born 12-25-1893, in New Hamburg, NY, and the couple wed about 1918.  She was a waitress and retired in 1941 as an assistant buyer for the C. E. Chappell & Sons firm.  Mr. Hinman died on 11-13-1979.  Mrs. Hinman died on 7-12-1997, at the age of 102.

Bernice Skinner Stilwell Hoag lived at 121 High St. by 1948.  Mrs. Hoag was born on 4-6-1901, and died on 1-16-1971. She worked at the Precision Castings Co.  She was the widow of Floyd Wilson Hoag, a WWI veteran, whom she wed in Manlius on 5-21-1927.  He was born on 5-16-1893, was a self-employed lawyer and accountant at 117 Smith St. and at 127 East Seneca St, and died 1-7-1959.  They had:  Floyd W. Hoag, who was born on 10-14-1929, and died on 7-13-2001, while living in Sarasota, FL, and Sue J. Hoag, who was born on 3-23-1931, was an active genealogist and historian, wed George E. Goodfellow, and died on 7-6-2001.

 Alfred Hobbs and Nellie Louise Boland Hobbs lived at 108 Franklin St., after moving there from Cazenovia in September, 1934.  Mr. Hobbs, a native of Syracuse, was born about 1896.  He was a steel worker and foreman at the Crucible Steel Co. starting about 1915, and was there almost 50 years.  He died on 2-5-1960.  Mrs. Hobbs was born on 11-6-1892, and the couple wed about 1921.  Mrs. Hobbs moved to Cooperstown, NY, about 1972, and died on 12-17-1974.  They had:  Mary Louise Hobbs, who was born about 1922, graduated from Syracuse University in 1944, wed Clark W. Simmons, and lived in Cooperstown, and Jane Hobbs, who was born in October, 1924, and died on 1-13-1972.

Guy Edwin Hobbs, Jr. and Shirley Moffett Hobbs lived at 211 1/2 Smith St. by 1948, and at 4455 Pompey Center Rd. by 1969.  Mr. Hobbs was born about 1926, and served in the AAC during WWII.  He was a postal worker and then became postmaster at the Manlius Post Office about 1963.  Mr. Hobbs retired in 1988, and the family is thought to be residing now in FL.  They had:  Nancy Hobbs, and Guy Hobbs, III.

Guy Edwin Hobbs,Sr., and Mildred Nelson Hobbs lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948, having resided earlier on Franklin St. with Fred and Ellen Nelson, the parents of Mrs. Hobbs.  Mr. Hobbs was born about 1899.  He was the owner and operator of a Sunoco gas station in Manlius for about 25 years.  Mrs. Hobbs was born on 11-18-1904, in Frankfort, NY, and they married about 1925.  Mr. Hobbs died on 1-25-1956, and Mrs. Hobbs died on 5-13-1991, while living at the Carriage House, East.  They had:  Guy E. Hobbs, Jr.,(see his listing), James B. Hobbs, who was born on 11-21-1928, was a native of Syracuse, married Geraldine A. Johnston, operated a Sunoco gas station, and later was a self-employed roofer, resided on Pompey Center Rd., and died on 4-15-1997, and John Morgan Hobbs, who was in the USN, attended LeMoyne College, married Margaret Ann Lennon about 1954, and lived in FL.

Floyd W. Holbrook and Angeline Chartrand Holbrook lived on Route 20, near Cazenovia, by 1948.  Mr. Holbrook was born on 6-25-1915, and was a life resident of Pompey.  He served in the USN during WWII, and later worked as a carpenter.  Mrs. Holbrook was born on 11-27-1920, and was a native of Croghan, NY.   The couple married about 1942, and she operated Angie's Snack Bar, in Pompey Center, for several years.  The family moved to Windy Hill Lane by 1971, and lived there at Mr. Holbrook's death on 6-26-1999.  Mrs. Holbrook died on 3-10-2004.  They had:  Floyd Joseph Holbrook, who married Mary Diana Bowen in June, 1971, and Etola Holbrook, attended Oregon State University, and resided in Christmas Valley, OR, Lorraine Holbrook, who wed Kenneth Elmer, and lived in Chittenango, Sharon Holbrook, who wed Larry Miller, and lived in Londonderry, NH, and Eileen Holbrook, who lived in Minoa.

Charles Edwin Holmes, Jr., and Doris Holmes lived at 135 Washington St. by 1948, and at 501 1/2 East Seneca St. by 1954.  Mr. Holmes was born on 2-24-1926, and was a life resident of the Manlius-Cazenovia area.   He served in WWII  and worked 33 years  as a machinist for the Carrier Corp.  Mr. Holmes was a 1951 graduate of the Simmons School of Mortuary Science, and was a licensed funeral director for the Tait Funeral Home.  He served on the village planning board and was active in other civic causes.  Mr. Holmes was living at 14 Gillett Lane in Cazenovia at his death on 7-11-1992.  Mrs. Holmes operated a fabric shop in Cazenovia for may years before selling it in 2005.  They had:  David E. Holmes, who lived in Cazenovia, and Deborah Holmes, who married Manfred G. Laendle, and also lived in Cazenovia.

Harold D. Holt and Genevieve McKee Holt lived at 1 West Pleasant St. by 1948, and at 714 Maple Dr. in Fayetteville by 1951.  Mr. Holt was a native of DeRuyter and came to the Fayetteville Manlius area in 1932.  He was an oiler and electric shovel operator for the Solvay Process Corp. for 24 years.  He was born about 1906, and died on 1-11-1960.  Mrs. Holt was born on 9-5-1913, and died in August, 1993.  Their children:  Richard D. Holt, who was born about 1937, and was a USN veteran, and Sheryl Holt, who wed William Ehrick Ackerman on 8-27-1966. 

Oliver K. Holt and AnnaBelle Buell Holt lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Holt was born in DeRuyter on 8-7-1900, and lived in Delphi Falls and Pompey Center for 44 years.  He was a farmer.  Mrs. Holt was born about 1891, and was a native of Woodstock, NY.  She was active in the WCTU and local Republican politics prior to her death on 1-30-1969.  In February, 1971, Mr. Holt wed Mrs. Almira Moon James.  He died on 5-7-1981, and the second Mrs. Holt, who was born on 2-12-1919, died on 2-26-2004, in Morrisville.  Oliver and AnnaBelle Holt had:  Frederick R. Holt, who was born about 1927, was a dairy farmer, married Doris A. Merritt, resided on the Pompey Center Rd., and died in 1987,  Kenneth E. Holt, who worked at Onondaga Pottery Co., and later resided in Midland, TX, and Edward H. Holt, who wed Fern MacDlarmid in Rochester on 2-14-1959, and lived in Ottawa, Canada.  

Roger E. Hommel and Eleanor Hague Hommel moved to a 60 acre farm on Pompey Center Rd. in 1948, having moved in 1946 to 5 Pebble Hill Rd. in DeWitt.   Mr. Hommel was born in Syracuse on 5-4-1923, and was an optician at the Edward Hommel & Sons optical firm.  Mrs. Hommel was born in April, 1923, and the couple wed on 12-17-1943.  She was a bank teller.  Mr. Hommel resided in Key Largo, FL, at his death on 1-15-1991.  They had:  Priscilla Diane Hommel, who was born about 1945, married Robert Day Hoag, and graduated from Syracuse University, Nancy E. Hommel, who graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University, married Richard J. Luzer in August, 1977, and was an underwriter for the John Hancock Life Insurance Co. in Boston, and Roger Hommel , who attended Cornell University. 

Everett Nels Hong and Edith Jenkins Hong lived on Henneberry Rd. near Jamesville by 1948., and lived in Ames, IA, by 1951, and probably lived in CA by 1975.  Mr. Hong is thought to have been born in Iowa on 11-15-1908, and to have lived in Duval County, FL, at his death on 3-18-1994.  He was a farmer and a teacher.  Mr. Hong earned a listing in "American  Men & Women of Science--a biographical dictionary of people prominent in physical, biological, and related sciences. They had:  at least one son.

Louis Alonzo Hopkins lived on Smith St. by 1942, and at 406 Fayette St. by 1948.  He had lived earlier at 607 Jackson St.  in Syracuse.  Mr. Hopkins was born 3-15-1880, in Pharsalia, NY, and was a feed dealer in Georgetown, Madison County, and later was a stationary engineer.  He was the widower of Florence "Nellie" Jackson Hopkins, whom he wed on 1-27-1908.  Mrs. Hopkins was born on 1-13-1892, in Woodhull, NY.  They had:  Genevieve L. Hopkins, who was born about 1909, Daniel Hopkins, who was born about 1910, Alowene G. Hopkins, who was born about 1912, and Louis Hopkins, Jr., who was born on 2-10-1916, served in WWII, and died on 12-23-1997, while residing in Erieville, NY.

Leonard P. Hotaling and Ada French Hotaling moved from High Bridge in Fayetteville before moving to Manlius Center in 1929.  They returned to Fayetteville and lived at 105 West Genesee St. by 1942, but were living on Eagle Village Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hotaling was born on 11-14-1907, worked for the Village of Fayetteville as a truck driver, and later worked for the McIntyre Paper Co.  Mrs. Hotaling was born on 10-31-1909, and the couple wed about 1926.  She also worked at the paper company.  The couple lived at 119 Brooklea Dr. when Mr. Hotaling died on 8-9-1975, and Mrs. Hotaling died on 5-7-1982, while residing in Delphi Falls, NY.  They had:  Dorothy May Hotaling, who was born about 1928, married Robert Salmonson about 1947, and resided in Memphis, NY, Bessie Hotaling, who died on 10-13-1929, at one month of age, Mildred Irene Hotaling, who was a clerk for the Precision Castings Co., wed James F. Cerio on 6-21-1952, and lived in Canastota, Norma Hotaling, who married John F. Hyrnio, (see their listing below), and Martha Hotaling, who married Lyle Cronk, and lived in Delphi Falls.

Azola Boyle Hotchkiss lived at 416 East Seneca St. by 1930 and at 123 Smith St. by 1948.  Mrs. Hotchkiss was born about 1878.  She was the widow of Alva W. Hotchkiss, whom she wed about 1901.  Mrs. Hotchkiss was the daughter of Charles Boyle and Mary L. Boyle, and grew up in Onondaga HIll, NY.  As a young woman she worked as a servant for the Regan family.  Mr. Hotchkiss was born in Otisco, NY, on 12-7-1865, and came to Manlius from Howlett Hill, NY, about 1914.  He was a railroad laborer, and died in 1935.  They had:  Rena Hotchkiss, who wed Kenneth Sutliff, and lived in Toledo, OH, before they returned to Manlius, Floyd A. Hotchkiss, who died 1907 as an infant, and another young child who died before 1910.  

Otis Houghton and Lillian B. Houghton lived at 215 Smith St. by 1948.  Mr. Houghton was born about 1871, and came to Manlius about 1930.  He had lived previously in Otsego, County, NY.  In Manlius he operated his own grocery and meat market, and died at home on 9-30-1952.  Mrs. Houghton was born about 1872, and the couple married about 1920.  She died on 1-28-1949.  By a previous marriage Mrs. Houghton had:  Sylvia, who was born on 6-9-1894, wed Ernest LeRoy Gay, and lived in Manlius, (see their listing above).  

Sherman Alpheus House lived on the Oran-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. House was born in Fabius on 6-15-1889, the only child of Alpheus B. House, and Annie S. House.  He lived in Cuyler, NY, as a young man and was a veteran of WWI.  Mr. House came to the Oran area about 1931.  He was a cheesemaker at the Nelson Creamery, and died on 12-13-1963.  A local newspaper article written shortly after his death said, "Oran was saddened prior to the Christmas holidays by the passing of one of the beloved 'old timers.'  'Sherm' was as much a part of Oran as the post office, the Church or the old school house.  He will be missed."

Walter D. House lived on St. Johns Ave. by 1930 and on the Watervale Rd. by 1948.  Mr. House was born on 7-3-1881, and was a life resident of the Manlius area.  He was the widower of Florence May White, whom he married about 1909.  Mrs. House was born about 1885, and was probably wed previously about 1903.  Mr. House was a  carpenter, and died on 12-16-1958.  Mrs. House died on 11-8-1931.  From her previous marriage, she probably had:  Raymond House, who was born about 1905, and lived in Manlius, and Myrtle House Hodges, who was born about 1906, and resided in East Syracuse.  Walter and Florence House probably had:  Irving C. House, who was born on 8-13-1920, served in WWII, was a shop worker at the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Corp. and an inspector at the Precisiion Castings Co., married Shirley Gay on 5-4-1945, resided in Manlius, and died in January, 1992, and Vivian House, who was born about 1922, wed Donald R. Heffernan, and lived in Delphi Falls.

James Delevan "Dell" Houseman and Eula Brown Houseman resided on Highbridge St. near Manlius by 1942.  Mr. Houseman was born in Stockbridge, Madison County, NY, 7-30-1873.  He came to Fayetteville about 1890, and delivered ice in Fayetteville and Manlius from 1905 to 1943.  Mr. Houseman had been wed previously to Ellen Louise "Ella" Snook Houseman, who was born on 3-8-1872, in Stockbridge.  The couple married on 8-14-1905, and she died on 1-10-1923.  About 1935, Mr. Houseman wed Eula Brown.  She was born in Bridgeport, CT, about 1887, and came to Fayetteville about 1930.  The second Mrs. Houseman was a teacher.  She is believed to have been married previously, and to have had a son, Montford Weed, who lived in Fairmount, NJ.  Eula Houseman died on 3-30-1956.  Mr. Houseman died on 7-3-1961.  James and Ellen Snook Houseman had:  Irene Grace Houseman, who was born 12-19-1905, wed Paul Raymond Dennington about 1924, and later married Earle H. Howard, and died on 12-17-1991, Grace Adell Houseman, who was born on 8-8-1911, married Clifford Hozen Nellis on 4-19-1930, and died in January, 1977, while residing in Madison, OH, and George Clay Houseman, who was born on 3-20-1914, grew up in Fayetteville, wed Jane Catharine "Jennie" Kain on 5-29-1940, was a group leader at the Precision Castings Co., and lived in East Syracuse at his death on 11-19-1982. Ellen Snook was also married previously.  With her husband, Fred Young, she had Flora Hannah Young, who was born on 5-28-1900.  The child was known as Flora Houseman, and as a young woman she worked as a store clerk.  Miss Houseman married Harry W. Lavner in 1930.  Mr.Vavner died on 3-12-1940, and Mrs. Lavner lived at 139 High Bridge Rd. in Fayetteville by 1940, on Woodchuck Hill Rd. in Lyndon by 1942, and then at 408 East Genesee St. in Fayetteville by 1948.  Mrs. Lavner worked for the Precision firm.  She and Mr. Lavner had a son,  Richard Irving Lavner, who wed Joan Adell Shoemaker and lived in Pompey Center.  Mrs. Lavner died on 11-23-1955.  

Sarah Wood Harper Howe lived on Route 20 by 1948.  Mrs. Howe was born in PA in 1875, and worked as a nurse.  She was the widow of Delos Howe, whom she wed in 1910.  Mr. Howe was born in Fabius in November, 1869.  He worked as a dairy farmer in the Pompey Hollow area and died on 4-30-1936.  They had:  Delos Woodward Howe, who was born on 8-9-1911, in Pompey, worked for the Scott Motor Co. in Washington, PA, and died on 12-10-1946. 

Frederick Warren Howell and Florence M. Howell lived on the Fayetteville Manlius Rd. near Fayetteville by 1942, having lived earlier at 614 Stinard Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Howell was born about 1887, and was an executive with the New York Telephone Co.  Mrs. Howell was born on 1-6-1900, and the couple wed about 1926.  The family later moved to Snyder, NY.  Mrs. Howell is thought to have died in the Buffalo, NY, area on 4-7-1992.  They had:  Frederick Howell, Jr., who was born about 1929, earned a master's degree in regional planning from Cornell, worked as a civil engineer, wed Eleanor Madge Dittman on 9-10-1955, and lived in Norristown, PA.

Edward Mark Hoxsie and Wilhelmena Hoxsie lived on the Manlius-Cazenovia Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Hoxsie was born about 1896, and he worked as a chauffeur.  Mrs. Hoxsie was born in OH on 8-27-1900, and the couple wed about 1922.  They lived in Syracuse before moving to Manlius about 1946, and to Oneida Castle about 1953.  Mr. Hoxsie resided at 125 State St. in Oneida Castle at his death 9-4-1956.  Mrs. Hoxsie was living near Cazenovia at her death in October, 1976. 

Harriet Monroe Hoxie lived in Buelville, on the Manlius-Oran Rd., by 1930, and at 206 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mrs. Hoxie was born about 1886.  She was the widow of Harry Elliott Hoxie, whom she married about 1905.  The couple lived for a period in Syracuse before moving to the Manlius area.  Mr. Hoxie was born in Red Creek, NY, on 7-25-1884, and was a bookkeeper for a local bank.  He died on 9-9-1946, and Mrs. Hoxie died at home in Manlius on 3-6-1957.  They had:  Frances Hoxie, who was born about 1908, married Arthur Stratton, and lived in Cazenovia, and Olive Monroe Hoxie, who was born about 1909, graduated from Crouse-Irving Hospital School of Nursing, wed Robert Frank Perry on 4-27-1940, and lived in Avon, NY.

John Frank Hrynio and Norma Hotaling Hrynio lived on Highbridge St. near Fayetteville.  Mr. Hrynio was born on 2-22-1915, and was a native of Utica, NY.  He served in WWII, and worked as a diecast operator, spending 30 years with the Precision Castings Co..  Mrs. Hrynio was born in September, 1930.  The couple resided in Syracuse for many years, but moved to Kissimmee, FL. a few months before Mr. Hyrnio died on 2-23-1989.  They had:  Frank Hrynio, Stanley John Hrynio, who was born in April, 1953, and resided in Kissimmee, and Steven Hrynio, who lived in Ithaca, NY.  

Elmo Murray Huff and Ruth Arnold Huff lived at 102 Warren St. after buying the home in November, 1946, and moving from Ashdale Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Huff was born on 3-4-1905, and served in WWII.  He was a foundry worker.  Mrs. Huff was born on 2-23-1917.  They lived on West Seneca St. by 1950, but left the Manlius area by 1954.  Mr. Huff  died 1-26-1965, in the Oneida Hospital, but the couple was living in Camden, NY, at the time.   Mrs. Huff later married Albert L. Snyder, a dairy farmer, who died in 1996.  Mrs. Huff-Snyder resided in Munnsville before moving to St. Luke's Nursing Home, in Oswego, NY, where she died on 12-25-2005.

Nicholas H. Huff and Mary Gibbs Blinn Huff lived at the corner of Gibbs Rd. and No. 1 West Rd. by 1948.  Mrs. Huff was born in Syracuse on 1-6-1888, but lived most of her life on Gibbs Rd.  Her family operated the Gibbs Cancas Co., which supplied tents for Syracuse area fairs and festivities.  She was first wed to Thodore Blinn, with whom she operated a turkey farm.  She wed Mr. Huff, who was a citrus plantation owner in Cuba, on 9-25-1944.  Mr. Huff resided in Manacas, Cuba, at their wedding, and the couple wintered in Cuba and returned each year to Manlius.  Mrs. Huff's third marriage was to Fred Maxwell, and they also traveled extensively.  She died at home on Indian Hill Rd. in Manlius on 11-21-1988, at the age of 100.

Ruby Crofoot Hughson lived near Fayetteville on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948.  Mrs. Hughson was born on 2-20-1901, in Erieville, NY.  She worked many years as an inspector at the Precision Castings Co.  She was the widow of Arthur James Hughson, whom she married about 1926.  Mr. Hughson was born about 1893, and died on 4-3-1944, after an accidental explosion and fire while at work at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Hughson moved to Jamesville about 1966, and resided at 3892 LaFayette Road at her death on 12-17-1976.  They had:  Roberta J. Hughson, who was born in Syracuse on 2-19-1928, married Van W. Thrasher on 9-18-1951, was a secretary, and lived in Jamesville at her death on 5-3-2012.  The explosion at Precision occurred the morning of 4-3-1944, when the valve on a high pressure line ruptured and oil ignited.  Mr. Hughson, and a co-worker, William J. Duffy, 33, died from their wounds in St. Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse the night of the accident.  Four other workers were seriously wounded but recovered.

Raymond N. Hullar and Mary Louise Burkhart Hullar lived on Peth Rd. by 1948, and on East Seneca Turnpike by 1954.  Mr. Hullar was born on 11-4-1919, and served in WWII.  He worked as a farmer, and was a buffer for the Brown-Lipe Corp.  Mrs. Hullar was born in Minoa on 3-10-1921.  She worked in Syracuse as a bookkeeper for the Marine Midland Bank.  The couple moved to Nashua, NH, about 1990, and resided there at their deaths.  Mrs. Hullar died on 4-23-2000, and Mr. Hullar died on 5-16-2005.  They had:  Karen Hullar, who wed Philip Santora, and lived in Nashua, and Craig R. Hullar, who also lived in Nashua.

Bertha L. Humphrey lived at 113 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mrs. Humphrey was born on 4-14-1886, and was  a nurse's assistant at The Manlius School.  She was the widow of Robert C. Humphrey.  Mr. Humphrey was born in 1882.  He served in the Spanish-American War, and later was a moulder at the S. Cheney & Son foundry.  He died at home in Manlius on 3-30-1946. They had:  Lillian Humphrey, who was born on 1-22-1916, graduated from Syracuse University in 1937 with a degree in psychology, was an investigator for the local Welfare department, wed Louis A. Harrolds in NYC on 7-4-1941, and lived in Minoa at her death on 5-12-1998.

Charles James Huniford and Clara Belle Reals Huniford lived at 148 Washington St. by 1947.  Mr. Huniford was born in Manlius on 8-11-1888, and lived on Washington St. by 1918.  He worked as a teamster,  melter, and laborer at Samuel Cheney & Son's iron foundry.  Mrs. Huniford, a native of Fayetteville, was born about 1905, and was a graduate of the Pratt Institute School of Fashion.  She worked as a dressmaker, and died at a friend's home in Fabius on 10-3-1992.  Mr. Huniford was previously wed to Frances Darlington.  She was born on 5-14-1883, came to Manlius about 1906, and died on 12-19-1938.  Mr. Huniford died 9-4-1974.  

Gregory E. Huniford lived at 208 Smith St. by 1948, and later lived in East Syracuse.  Mr. Huniford was born on 1-1-1890, and served in the Army during WWI.  He was an electrician and specialized in repairing thermostats.  Mr. Huniford resided in a local nursing home at his death on 7-29-1976.  His brother, Charles J. Huniford, also lived in Manlius, (see his listing above).

Arthur E. Hunt and Edith Culver Hunt lived at 153 West Seneca St. by 1948, on Brickyard Falls Rd. by 1954, and on Warren St. by 1957.  Mr. Hunt was born in Ottawa, Canada, about 1925.  He was a paratrooper  with the Army's 82nd Airborne Division during WWII.  Later he worked as an inspector, before working many years as a self-employed masonary contractor.  Mrs. Hunt was born about 1925 in Syracuse, and the couple wed about 1943.  The family moved to Chittenango about 1972, and to Morrisville about 1997, where Mr. Hunt died on 8-30-2000.  Mrs. Hunt moved back to Chittenango and died on 9-26-2002.  They had:  Edith "Bootsie" Hunt Jones, who was born about 1944, and lived in VA, Sandra Hunt Williams, who was born about 1946, and lived in Oneida, Patricia Hunt Libertore, who was born about 1947, and lived in Oneida, Kathleen Hunt Ryder McCarthy, who was born about 1949, and resided in Manlius, Diana Hunt Perry, who was born about 1951, and lived in Durhamville, NY, Arthur Hunt, Jr., who was born about 1953, and resided in Chittenango, Richard M. Hunt, who was born about 1954, and also resided in Chittenango, Gregory James Hunt, who was born in January, 1957, and lived in Bridgeport, and Timothy P. Hunt, Linda Hunt Gaut, and Cheryl Hunt Meeks, all of whom lived in Chittenango.

Georgia Clarke Hunt lived at 509 East Seneca St. by 1948.  Mrs. Hunt was born on 10-25-1875, and wed Dr. Fredrick A. Hunt in 1901.  Dr. Hunt was born in Manlius Center on 7-21-1875, and completed his MD degree at the Medical College of Syracuse University in 1898, and soon began a career serving as a physician for various governmental institutions, such as the Onondaga County Penitentiary in Jamesville.  He was a veteran of the Spanish-American War and served in the medical corps during WWI.  In 1929, Dr. Hunt was elected Supervisor of the town of Pompey and served in that capacity until November, 1936, when he was easily elected County Clerk. He served only briefly as Clerk, before he died at home in Pompey on 4-9-1937.  Mrs. Hunt died 4-15-1971, while living in Oneida.  They had:  Lucy Clark Hunt, who was born about 1905, was a native of Napanoch, NY, graduated from Syracuse University, taught school, wed Alvin A. Soule, and resided in DeWitt and in Oneida, NY, where she died on 5-31-2003, at age 95, and Mary Elizabeth Hunt, who lived on Wescott St. in Syracuse.   

John A. Hunt and Norma Schillinger Hunt lived at 102 Garrett Dr. by 1948.  Mr. Hunt was born in Syracuse on 9-30-1912.  He worked at the Griffiss Air Force Base in Rome, NY, and for the General Electric Co., but retired in 1980 following 20 years as a contract administrator at NASA's Goddard Flight Space Center near College Park, MD.   Mrs. Hunt was born on 5-15-1914, and the couple wed about 1937.  As a young woman Mrs. Hunt assisted her father in the family owned Schillinger Stove Co. on Syracuse's North Side, and worked for the Lincoln Bank.  Mrs. Hunt's father was a founding member of the Cavalry Club, and she was also an equestrian of note, and, with her husband, enjoyed golfing and boating.  In retirement, she and Mr. Hunt spent winters in Bradenton, FL, and summers in Old Forge, NY.   Mr. Hunt died in Sarasota, FL, on 9-28-1997, and Mrs. Hunt was 95, and residing at the Syracuse Home Association in Baldwinsville, NY, at her death on 2-8-2010.  They had:  Thomas V. Hunt, who wed Sandra Hunt, and lives in Liverpool, NY, Martha Hunt Scott, who lives in Edgewater, MD, Cynthia Hunt, who married Al Moskov, and lives in Manasquan, NJ, and Constance Hunt, who wed Hugh Cleland, and lives in Liverpool.

Francis H. Husted and Ella Card Husted lived at 143 West Seneca St. by 1948.  Mr. Husted worked as a machinist and toolmaker at the Easy Washer Corp.  Mrs. Husted was born in Carthage, NY, on 8-25-1889, but lived most of her life in Syracuse.  She died on 4-17-1985, at age 95, after residing four years in a nursing home.  They had five grandchildren.

Alfred "Fred" Huttar and Flora Shangle Huttar lived at 124 Academy St. by 1948.  Mr. Huttar was born in Vienna, Austria, on 3-22-1891.  He was a merchant, a salesman, and a partner in the Huttar & Shangle grocery in Manlius.  The couple moved to Manlius about 1934, and to Syracuse about 1954.  They lived there, at 1220 Oak St., at Mr. Huttar's death on 4-11-1967.  Mrs. Huttar was born on 7-30-1904, and died at 3603 Midland Ave., in Syracuse, on 10-25-1980.  They had:  Kermit Adolph Huttar, who was born in April, 1934, graduated from Cornell University in 1957, and resided in Sunset, ME.  Mr. Huttar was wed previously, and his wife, possibly named Gina, was born in Germany about 1893.  She and Mr. Huttar had:  Alfred Huttar, who was born on 6-5-1917, lived on Staten Island, NY, and died on 10-28-1987.

 Walter J. Hyla and Helen Kipic Hyla lived at 144 West Seneca St. by 1948, and later lived on Henneberry Rd.  Mr. Hyla, a native of Little Falls, NY, was born on 5-25-1914, and graduated from Bentley College in 1935.  He was a Certified Public Accountant, and was the founder and owner of the Hycourt Supply Corp.  Mrs. Hyla was born about 1914, in Herkimer, NY.  She assisted her husband for many years in the family supply business.   Mr. Hyla was very active in civic causes before his death at home on 5-11-1996.  Mrs. Hyla resided at Stonehedge Nursing Center in Cazenovia at her death on 11-27-2000.  They had:  Robert Walter Hyla, who attended Lehigh University, married Ellen Joan Havill, about 1959, and resided in Manlius, Dr. James F. Hyla, who graduated from Cornell University, and the University of Rochester Medical College, practiced rheumatology, and lived in DeWitt, and W. John Hyla, who attended Clarkson College, and lived in Old Forge, NY.

Hubert Scott Ide and Ethel Minea Ide came to Manlius about 1944, and lived on Sweet Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Ide was born in Syracuse on 10-13-1896.  He was a WWI veteran, and a department manager supervising sales orders and billing for the Easy Washer Co. in Syracuse for more than 20 years.  Mr. Ide died on 10-27-1952.  Mrs. Ide was born on 3-21-1904, and resided in Honolulu, HI, at her death on 3-17-1995, at age 90.

Reginald F. Ince and Mary H. Ince. lived at 106 North St. by 1948.  Mr. Ince was a native of Smith Falls, Ontario, Canada, but grew up in Manlius.  He was born on 7-5-1910, came to upstate NY about 1915, and served in the US Army during WWII.  Mr. Ince was a shipping and stock room clerk at the Monarch Liquor Co.  Mrs. Ince was a native of Dryden, NY, and was born on 8-6-1905.  She graduated from Cortland Normal School in 1926, and taught for the F-M school district for 40 years.  Mr. Ince died on 2-24-1962, and Mrs. Ince died on 11-28-1989, at Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, NY. They had:  Helen Mary Ince, who graduated from the SUNY in Oneonta, married John Mitchell Jacues on 11-21-1970, was a school teacher, and lived in Lyons, NY, and Sara Ince Herceg, who lived in Endicott, NY. 

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

Roland W. Inglis and Christine Standiford Jones Inglis lived on Salt Springs Rd. near Fayetteville by 1940.  Mr. Inglis was born on 12-15-1895. and was a paint manufacturer.  Mrs. Inglis was a designer.  At some point., the couple moved to Del Ray Beach, FL, where Mr. Inglis died in1992.  Mrs. Inglis was born on 7-24-1907, and died on 5-13-2001, at age 93. They had:  James Inglis, who was born in 1940, Robert S. Inglis, and Peter R. Inglis, who was a career USAF officer.

G. Walter Irvine and Miriam Irvine moved from New Woodstock, NY, to 108 Moulter St. in November, 1948.  Mrs. Irvine was probably from the area of Owego, NY, and Mr. Irvine was probably from Buffalo, NY.  The family moved to the Chicago area in 1949, and moved to the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC in 1950 following Mr. Irvine's job transfer. They had:  Gail Irvine, who was born about 1949, and Susan Elizabeth Irvine, who was born in 1953. 

Kenneth Wellington Ives and Helen Dahl Ives lived at 117 Academy St. by 1948.  Mr. Ives was born on 5-21-1904.  He worked for the NY Telephone Co. for 38 years  before retiring in 1964.  Mrs. Ives was born 2-19-1911, in Jersey City, NJ, the daughter of Norwegian immigrants, Gunnar Dahl and Karen Svensrud Dahl.  Mr. and Mrs. Ives spent their summers in Maryland, NY, and their winters in Bradenton, FL--where Mr. Ives died on 2-14-1982.  The couple traveled widely and were members of Airstream trailer caravans.  They also shared an interest in history and genealogy.  Mrs. Ives lived in Salisbury, NC, at her death on 2-28-2007, at age 96.  They had:  Jon Robert Ives, who in 1959 graduated from the USNA in Annapolis, married Elizabeth Ann Dale on 6-11-1960, was a career officer in the USN, and resided in Ventura, CA,
Thomas M. Ives, who wed Barbara Lorraine Bell, earned an MS degree in music education from the SUNY at Potsdam, taught at Hartwick College, and lives in Salisbury, and Martha Ives, who wed Peter Williams, and lived in Camillus, NY.  Mr. Ives was married previously, and by his first wife had:  Kenneth W. Ives, Jr., who married Joan Ives, and resided in Worcester, NY, and Bonita Springs, FL.

Raymond H. Jackman and Caroline V. Jackman lived at 125 High St. by 1945.  Mr. Jackman was born in IN on 1-20-1903, and the family lived in IL and OH before coming to CNY after 1930.  He worked as an assistant purchasing agent for Syracuse University, and as a salesman for the Intercollegiate Press Co.   Mr. Jackman was also the president of the Manlius Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the local school board.  Mrs. Jackman was born in Eagle Rock, VA, on 2-14-1900, and the couple wed about 1921.  The family moved to Covesville, VA, by 1961.  Mr. Jackman died in April, 1971, and Mrs. Jackman died on 10-1-1991, at age 90.  They had:  Barbara M. Jackman, who was born in IL about 1924, graduated from Syracuse University in 1949 with a degree in philosophy, married a Mr. Upton, and lived in Silver Springs, MD, Richard A. Jackman, who served in the USN during WWII, wed Cecilia C. "CeCe" Holleran, was a school equipment consultant, and lived on the Genesee Turnpike, east of Fayetteville, at his death on 12-12-2011, Kathryn J. Jackman, who wed William F. LaChanse, and lived in Fayetteville, Clifford Ray Jackman, who attended graduate school at the University of Virginia, wed Marilyn E. Jones on 11-4-1961, and lives in Covesville, and Caroline Jackman, who was born about 1942, married R. R. Rorick and resided in Covesville.  David Jackman and Paul Jackman, twin sons of Richard and Cecillia Jackman, are professional entertainers who appear nationwide as the "Twin Magicians," and also conduct game shows on college campuses.

Leland Gordon Jackson and Katherine Louise Taylor Jackson lived at 200 Fairview Ave. by 1948.  Mr. Jackson was born on 1-10-1915, and lived in Minoa as a teenager.  He was a trucker for the Case Express Co.  The couple married in Manlius on 7-22-1939, and moved to VA by 1978.  Mr. Jackson resided in Lynchburg at his death on 12-12-1990.  Mrs. Jackson was born on 3-6-1914, in Manlius.  She died in Norfolk, VA, on 9-2-1996.  They had:  Pamela Jean Jackson, who was born in April, 1941,  graduated from RIT in 1963, wed Stewart R. Heisler, and lived in Philadelphia, PA, Frances Louise Jackson, who was born about 1944, graduated from Oneonta State Teachers College, and married Roy Decatur Nichols on 8-20-1966, Jeffrey Jackson, who was born about 1949, and Bruce Jackson, who was born about 1950.

James Ripley Jacobs and Viola Beryl Martin "Peggy" Jacobs lived at 115 Academy St. by 1925.  Maj. Jacobs was born in Uvalde, TX, on 9-26-1885, and served in WWI as an Army officer.  He later became a history teacher at The Manlius School.  Maj. Jacobs retired as the head of the History Department in June, 1952, after 27 years of service to the School, and the couple moved from Manlius about 1955.  By 1963, the family resided in Easley, SC, where Maj. Jacobs died on 2-24-1972.  Mrs. Jacobs was born in SC on 8-16-1892, and died on 1-2-1989, in Clinton, SC.  She was 96. They had:  Jean Jocobs, who wed Belmonte P. Cucolo, and lived in Litchfield, SC, and Nancy Jacobs Peabody, who lived in Brookline, MA, and was a teacher.  Maj. Jacobs was the author of a biography of Major General James Wilkinson. 

John Jamelske and Wanda Zebanko Jamelske lived on Broadfield Rd. by 1948, and moved to 7078 Highbridge Rd. near Fayetteville by 1957.  Mr. Jamelske was born in VT on 2-12-1906, and was a self-employed watch and clock repairman. He was an avid collector of these items and model airplanes.  Mrs. Jamelske was born on 9-8-1905, and was a native of NYC.  Mr. Jamelske died on 10-24-1978, and Mrs. Jamelske died on 11-26-1990.  They had:  John T. Jamelske, who was born on 5-9-1935, attended the Mohawk Valley Technical Institute, married Dorothy Richmond in September, 1959, worked for the Acme grocercy store chain and was a carpenter and handyman.  John T. Jamelske was arrested in 2003 in a case that focused national attention on his family home in Manlius.  Starting in 1988, he kidnapped a series of women and girls and kept them imprisoned for lengthy periods in a bunker beneath his house and yard.  He pled guilty to five charges of first-degree kidnapping and was sentenced to a term of 18 years to life.  He is currently serving his term at a NYS correctional facility in Clinton, NY.  Mr. Jamelske had sold off some property around his house that he inherited from his parents and invested in California real estate.  Although he worked in a series of low-paying jobs, at the time of his arrest he had amassed a portfolio worth about $1 million.  Mr. Jamelske's wife, Dorothy Jamelske, was a teacher, and the couple had three children.  She was disabled by illness in 1988, and died in 1999.

Edward S. Jay and Margaret Jay lived in Huntington Hall on the campus of The Manlius School by 1948.  Mr. Jay was born about 1903, and was a native of Utica, NY.  He served in WWII, and was a graduate of the University of Alabama and the College of Law at Syracuse University.  Mr. Jay  lived on Enders Rd. before 12-18-1954, when he wed Gertrude "Trudy" Southworth Phelps, and moved to her home at 304 Rugby Rd. in Syracuse.  He was a drama teacher at The Manlius School, and also taught in the North Syracuse schools, and at Pebble Hill School in DeWitt before becoming an instructor at Onondaga Community College.   Mr. Jay died on 8-18-1962.  Gertrude Jay had four children by her first husband, George Phelps, whom she married in 1935.  They divorced and she wed Mr. Jay.  Following his death, she wed George Eiler in 1963, and they lived on a 133 acre farm in Cuyler, NY.  Mrs. Eiler worked earlier in a publishing firm with her mother and brother, Gertrude Van Duyn Southworth, and John Van Duyn Southworth, who were noted authors.
Mrs. Eiler was born on 7-7-1914, and is believed to be residing now in Syracuse.

Donald Jenks and Helen Louise Mills Jenks lived at 109 Academy St. by 1942.  Mr. Jenks was born 1-4-1906, and was a native of Dansville, NY.  He graduated from the University of Rochester, and became a teacher.  He taught at Mt. Morris, Penn Yan, Dansville, and the Northwestern Military Academy , before teaching English 20 years at The Manlius School.  Mr. Jenks was an award winning amateur photographer.  He died on 2-26-1962.  Mrs. Jenks was born on 10-17-1915, and grew up in Oneida, NY.  In 1939, she graduated with honors from The University Of Rochester's Eastman School of Music, and was an accomplished organist and pianist.  She worked as a teacher before becoming an administrative assistant for the Onondaga County Health Department.  Mrs. Jenks was the choir director for several area churches, and was active in numerous art and civic organizations.  She resided in a local nursing home for two years before her death on 10-5-2010, at age 94.

Frank I. Jennings lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Jennings was born near Marcellus in August,1898, but lived most of his life in the Pompey area.  He worked as an auto repairman and as a carpenter, and, for a period in the late 1940's, lived with his brother Howard and his family.  (See the listing below for Howard and Doris Jennings.)  Mr. Jennings married Clara  E. Leisner.  She was born on 8-22-1893.  The couple later moved to 7626 Highbridge Rd., and resided there at Mr. Jennings' death on 12-31-1982.  Mrs. Jennings was a resident of the Van Duyn Home when she died on 2-6-1988, at age 94.  They had:  Marion Jennings DeMaria, who lived on Onondaga Hill, NY.

Howard W. Jennings and Doris Mae Burgess Jennings lived on the Pompey Center Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Jennings was born in Marcellus Falls, NY, on 9-13-1900, and was a truck driver.  Mrs. Jennings, a native of Syracuse, was born 6-21-1907, and the couple married about 1927.  The family moved to Weedsport, NY, about 1951, where Mr. Jennings died on 7-4-1963, and Mrs. Jennings died on 5-30-1964.  They had:  Howard L. Jennings, who was born in 1934, and resided in Weedsport, and Carlton E. Jennings, who was born in August, 1940, and served with the USN.  In the late 1940's, the Jennings shared their home with Mr. Jennings' brother, Frank I. Jennings, (see his entry above). 

Adolph H. "Jack" Johnson and Doris Temple Johnson lived on the No. 1 Rd. (Indian Hill Rd.) by 1948.  Mr. Johnson was born in SC on 7-27-1909, and was a dairy farmer.  Mrs. Johnson was born about 1910, and was a native of Oswego Co. NY.  She came to Manlius about 1937, and died in New Port Richey, FL, on 2-21-1972, while vacationing.  Mr. Johnson retired in 1973, and spent his winters in FL.  He was married to Mabel Johnson when he died in Lakeland, FL, on 12-31-1985.  Adolph and Doris Johnson had:  Richard H. Johnson, who graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in aeronautical engineering, and served in the USAF, Arthur Johnson, who resided in Fayetteville, NC, and Gary Edward Johnson, who died on 10-14-1939, following an accident at home.  Gary, who was two years old at the time, died four days after being  burned.  He lost his balance while standing on a kitchen chair and fell in hot grease from a frying pan.

Deidrich J. "Dick" Johnson and Johanna Eden Johnson lived on the Watervale Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Johnson was born in (Prussia) Germany in 1872, and came to America about 1889.  He lived in SD, IA, OH, and Richland, NY, before coming to Manlius in the 1920's.  He was a dairy farmer.  Mrs. Johnson was born in 1875, and was a native of Morrison, IL.  The couple married about 1905.  Mr. Johnson died on 10-28-1952, and Mrs. Johnson lived in a Minoa nursing home for two years before her death on 4-30-1961.  They had:  Garner J. Johnson, who was born about 1906, and lived in Utica, Della Johnson, who was born in IA on 5-29-19, wed Raymond M. Anguish, lived on Brown Gulf Rd., and died on 7-10-1976, her twin, Stella Johnson, who wed Ralph Nye on 7-17-1935, and lived in Delphi Falls, and Adolph Johnson, who resided in Manlius, (see his listing above).  Mr. Johnson's first name is rendered in various records as Richard, Derrick, Dedrick, and Dick, but Deidrich appears to have been his original name. 

Eric Johnson and Regina M. Johnson moved to 301 Smith St. in April, 1945, from Atkinson Ave. in Syracuse, and moved to Pittsburgh, PA, by 1952.  Mr. Johnson was an office manager.  They had:  two daughters who were born in the late 1930's or early 1940's.     

Harry Lloyd Johnson and Glenace Mathews Johnson lived at 108 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Johnson was born on 10-23-1915, in Norristown, PA, and served in the Army during WWII.  He was a building materials sales manager for the Blount Lumber Co. of Lacona, NY.  Mrs. Johnson was born about 1921, and the couple wed on 7-15-1943.  Mr. Johnson died on 8-14-2008, while residing in Conway, MO.  They had:  Tracy Johnson, who married Gary Herring, and resided in Weatherford, TX, Lloyd Dawley Johnson, who died at the age of three on 6-23-1948, Laura Johnson, who wed Michael Troy, and lived in Hillsborough, NC, and Bradley Johnson, who married Tamara Johnson, and lived in Grovespring, MO. 

Keith A. Jollie and Laura  Bushey Jollie lived at 518 Pleasant St. by 1948.  Mr. Jollie was born in Ogdensburg, NY, about 1887, and was a boat builder for Skaneateles Boats, Inc.  Mrs. Jollie was born on 10-20-1894, and the couple married about 1914.  Mr. Jollie died on 10-1-1950 while living at 314 Leonard Ave., in Syracuse.  Mrs. Jollie died in March, 1978.  They had a daughter, Clarie (Clair) Eberle, who was born about 1929, and was adopted by the couple while in infancy.

Alfred T. Jones and Margaret Gilkison Jones lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1948.  Mr. Jones was born about 1916, and graduated from Dartmouth College in 1937.  He was the manager of the Lewis-Hall Telephone Co. and took over the presidency of the family firm, which became the Mid-State Telephone Co. Both Mr. and Mrs. Jones were active in educational and civic affairs.  Mr. Jones died on 1-16-1953.  Mrs. Jones later wed Stephen Smith "Stub" Cheney, the owner of the S. Cheney & Son foundry, (see the listing for S. C. Cheney above).  Mr. and Mrs. Jones had:  Drayton Gilkison Jones, who graduated from Ithaca College, served in the USAF, wed Elizabeth Knowles "Bonnie" Smith on 9-17-1966, was a banker, and lived in Fayetteville.

Gerald L. "Jerry" Jones and Dorothy Holmes Jones lived at 110 Washington St. by 1948, and later lived at 209 Pleasant St.  Mr. Jones was born about 1917, graduated from CCBI, (Central City Business Institute) and served with the AAF during WWII and the Korean Conflict.  Later he was a technician for the Air National Guard, and eventually became their personnel supervisor.  Mr. Jones also served as Mayor of the Village from 1960 to 1964.  He was active in founding the Little League and other youth groups, and played Santa Claus for more than 50 years.  Mrs. Jones operated a beauty salon, and later was an antiue dealer for over 40 years.  She was a part owner of the Calico Shop. The couple married on 5-26-1941.  They moved to GA, and resided in Alpharetta when Mr. Jones died on 5-24-2001.  Mrs. Jones moved to Tampa, FL, where she died 1-20-2005.  They had:  Barbara Lynne Jones, who wed Howard L. Stethers, a professional baseball player, on 12-29-1963, and later a Mr. Riner, and resided in Alpharettal, GA, Pamela Sue Jones, who was a hairdresser, and lives in Tampa, FL, Jeffery Jones, who was born in May, 1955, and resides in Manlius, Kimberly Jones McAllister, who lives in Lyndon, and Susan Jones Agan, who lives in Jordan, NY.

Hazel Howard Jones lived at 227 East Seneca St. by 1948, and at 103 Fayette St. by 1954.  Mrs. Jones was born about 1892, in Georgetown, NY.  She was a cook, and later moved to Peterboro, NY.  She died in a local nursing home on 7-21-1975.  She had:  Betty Jones, who wed Herman Hale, worked as a cook, and lived in Manlius, and Shirley Jones Reeves, who was a beautician, and lived in Peterboror.

Edwin Guinette Joslin and Ella Louise "Luella" Root Joslin lived on Jamesville-Manlius Rd. by 1938, having lived before in East Syracuse.  Mr. Joslin was born in Oneida, NY, 8-29-1876, and was a brakeman for the NY Central Railroad.  He retired in 1946 after 35 years of service.  Mr. Joslin died a suicide on 4-22-1949.  Mrs. Joslin was born on 3-8-1875, and the couple wed on 2-22-1899.  She died on 4-22-1969.  They had:  Edwin Nathaniel Joslin, who was born on 7-14-1901, in PA, wed Faye Elizabeth Mathewson on 3-10-1927, retired after 50 years as an engineer for the DL & W Railroad, and lived in East Syracuse where he died on 4-23-1974, and Lloyd Duncan Joslin, who was born on 4-23-1907, wed Verna Marie Wiltsie, retired in 1972 as a conductor for the Penn Central Railroad, and spent winters in Mercedes, TX, where he died on 8-11-1982.

Harry Joslin and Bernadine Kulle Joslin lived at 158 Washington St. by 1948.  Mr. Joslin was born on 8-12-1918.  He was a native of Muncie, IN, but resided most of his life in Syracuse.  He served with the USMC during WWII, and was an office worker for the General Electric Co.  Mrs. Joslin was an office worker at Carrier.  Mr. Joslin moved to Lynchburg, VA, in 1971, and resided there at his death on 12-2-1990.  They had:  Helen Joslin Moore, and Penelope Joslin Duda, who both lived in Syracuse, and Harry D. Joslin, who lived in Richmond, VA.

James Mark Joyner lived on the Watervale Rd. by 1948, having lived earlier on Orchard St. in Fayetteville.  Mr. Joyner was born in Fayetteville on 11-25-1899, but grew up on a farm in Jefferson County, NY.  He was a mason and a machine worker for the Precision Castings Co.  He married Mable Joyner on 10-11-1921, and they divorced in 1927.  Mr. Joyner died on 9-10-1960.  They had:  James Mark Joyner, Jr., who was born in Manlius on 6-2-1922, married Clara Jane Frost on 8-8-1941, in Fayetteville, served in the USMC during WWII, was a toolmaker for the Lamson Corp., and was  an office worker at the W. P. Lipe Co., died in an apartment fire in Syracuse on 8-8-1976.  J. Mark Joyner, Sr., had two brothers, Paul Joyner and Arthur Alva Joyner, Jr., who were under 35 when they died four days apart in 1931.  Paul died of spinal meningitis, and Arthur died with scarlet fever.  Paul Joyner's widow, Bertha Niles Joyner, is believed to have resided in the Joyner home in Watervale for a period in the late 1940's.  She was born on 7-2-1910, and was an assembler, and later, a machinist for the Syracuse Stamping Co.  She moved to Columbus, GA in 1990, and died there 9-26-1994.  (The family surname is  rendered "Joiner," in many records.)

Harland Judd lived at The Manlius School by 1948.  Mr. Judd was born on 1-16-1917, and was raised in the Cazenovia area.  He was an Army Air Corps veteran of WWII,  After the War, Mr. Judd worked as a cook, and retired from Camp Georgetown.  He married Joyce Tibbetts, who was born in 1931, and they moved to Cuyler in the mid-1960's.  Mr. Judd died on 4-6-1987.  They had:  Richard Judd, who lived in Homer, Jerel Judd, who lived in Cuyler, and Ronnie Judd, who was born in December, 1955, and lived in Cuyler.      

Clyde Williams Judge and Bess Louise Candee Judge lived at 109 Fayette St. by 1948.  Mr. Judge was born on 7-7-1885north of Brookville, in Madison County, NY, and came to Manlius when he was about 10 years old.  He was a cigar store proprietor, a manager at Suburban Park--a local amusement facility--and a maintenance worker for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Judge died at home on 11-23-1960.  Mrs. Judge was born in May, 1882, and the couple married on 5-9-1905.  She died on 2-20-1969.  They had:  Lucille Judge, who married Robert William Love, resided at 211 Smith St., and died on 3-24-1959, (see their listing below), Doris Judge, who married Bernard P. Fix on 11-27-1940, and resided in Torrington, CT, (see their listing above), Jeannette Judge, who was born on 7-2-1913, married G. Milton Sleeth, was a secretary for the Pitney-Bowes Co, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 2-27-1996, a child who was stillborn on 11-24-1915, and Elizabeth "Betty" Judge who was born about 1917, wed Robert Osborne, lived in Fayetteville, and died 6-15-1981.     

Leland Howard Judge and Lela Vorce Judge lilved at 701 East Seneca St. by 1948., and later lived at 116 Washington St.  Mr. Judge was born in Manlius on 2-5-1917.  He was the manager of the Chapman Rural Gas Service Co. and the Suburban Propane Co.  Mr. Judge was a member of the Manlius Fire Department for 55 years, including a term as chief.  He was an Eagle Scout as a youth, and later served many years as an assistant scoutmaster.  Mrs. Judge was born about 1921, and grew up in Syracuse.  The couple wed on 11-20-1940.  Mr. Judge resided at 406 Fayette St. at his death on 10-18-2000.  Mrs. Judge died on 6-3-2012, at age 90. They had:  Richard Leland Judge, who was born in March, 1942, and lives in Deland, FL, and Virginia Judge, who was born in December, 1945, wed Robert A. True, and lives in Chittenango.

William F. Judge and Ella Judge lived in the Faculty House at The Manlius School by 1947.  Rev. Judge was an Episcopal priest before becoming the chaplain at the School.  He also served as a chaplain aboard a USN hospital ship in the South Pacific during WWII.  It is likely that Rev. Judge was a native of NH, and graduated from Holderness preparatory school in 1924.  The couple probably left the area in 1953.

William Howard Judge  and Katharine Malissa Leland Judge lived at 109 West Seneca St. by 1945, and by 1948 were at 116 Washington St.  Mr. Judge was born on 11-22-1886 in Button Hill--a community in Madison Co.  He worked as a core maker.   Mrs. Judge was born in Morrisville, on 8-4-1895, and the couple married in Manlius on 2-28-1916.  Mr. Judge died on 8-12-1951.  Mrs. Judge lived with their son, Leland Judge, and his family and worked in a cafeteria prior to her death on 2-24-1979.  They had:  Leland H. Judge, who was born in 1917, (see his listing above), Gordon Haughton Judge, who was born on 8-4-1918, was a disabled veteran of WWII, was manager of the Marine Midland Bank branch in Manlius, wed Marguerite C. Judge, and lived at 106 John St. in Fayetteville, at his death on 1-15-1998, Clyde H. Judge, who served in WWII, wed Jeanne H. Emerick on 6-21-1946, worked for the Chapman Gas Co., and lived in Fayetteville at his death on 7-27-1968, Katharine Judge Miner, who resides in Pompey, and Lois Jane Judge, who was born on 2-19-1925, wed Warren Bottrill, was a deputy town clerk in Manlius, lived in Waterville, and died on 4-2-2008.