Descendants of Caspar Getman


11371. Charles Billington

 - GFG - A
 - 1910 census, Palatine, Montgomery, NY (118 North Main Street) fam # 134 - Billington Charles, ae 28, married 7 yr, born in NY, parents born in NY, Boxer - Knitting Mill; Lelah E, wife, ae 25, married 7 yr, 1 child, 1 living, born in NY, parents born in NY, Rib Sewer - Knitting Mill; Harold G, son, ae 6, born in NY.
  - He resided at River Street, Nelliston, Montgomery Co, NY when he registered for the WWI draft (Sep 12, 1918) He was employed as a painter by Flix (?) Furniture Co, River Street, Fort Plain, NY. His closest relative was listed as Lelah Billington and he indicated a Kidney problem as a health concern.

Lelah E Lampman

 - 1920 census, Palatine, Montgomery, NY, fam # 26 - She and her son were living with her in-laws.

 - Obituary (Evening Recorder, Amsterdam, NY, Friday, March 2, 1956)
  FORT PLAIN—Mrs. Lelah Lipe, 70, wife of Howard Lipe, died Wednesday afternoon at Amsterdam Hospital following an illness of two days.
  She was born Sept. 23, 1885. the daughter of Ullman and Jennie Farley Lampman in the Town of Canajoharie.
  Mrs. Lipe had spent the most of her life in this area. She was a member of Otsquago Grange, Universalist Church of the Messiah and its Chapin Club.
  Surviving are her husband; her mother, Mrs. Jennie Lampman, Fort Plain R.D.; one son, Harold Billington. Fort Plain; one daughter, Mrs. Lester Mosher, Batavia; six grandchildren, one niece and
one nephew.
  Funeral services will be conducted at the Swartz funeral home tomorrow at 2 p.m. with the Rev. James Alcock. pastor of the Universalist Church, officiating.
  Burial will bo in the spring in Fort Plain Cemetery.

11372. Libbie Billington

 - GFG - A
 - Obituary (Evening Recorder, Amsterdam, NY, Tuesday, December 27, 1955)
  Fort Plain - Mrs. Libbie Melick, 79, wife of Andrew Melick, died suddenly of a heart attack at her home in Nelliston yesterday.
  She was born in the Town of Palatine, April 21, 1885, the daughter of Kathryn Lasher Billington. Mrs. Melick was a member of the Fort Plain Methodist Church an had resided in Nelliston fo 50 years.
  She waas married to Mr. Melick Jan. 26, 1902, and the couple held a golden wedding celebration in 1952.
  Survivors besides her husbandm are two sons, George of Nelliston and Carlton, Fort Plain R.D.: one sister, Mrs. Ida Lampman, Pittsburgh, Pa.; three grandchildren and nieces and nephews.
  The funeral will b eheld at the Schwartz funeral home Thursday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Albert T. Strobel of the Methodist Church officiating. The body will be placed in the Catherine Nellis Memorial vault until spring when burial will be made in Fort Plain Cemetery.

Andrew Melick

 - He and his family were living with his in-laws during the 1910 census.
 - 1920 census, Palatine, Montgomery, NY (4 Brightman Street) fam # 4 - Melick Andrew, owns his home without a mortgage, ae 37, born in NY, parents born in NY, Teamster - Furniture Shop; Libbie, wife, ae 34, born in NY, parents born in NY, Machine Operator - Knitting Mill; George L, son, ae 15, born in NY; Carelton, son, ae 8; Elias, sucle, ae 80, uncle, born in NY,
 - 1930 census, Palatine, Montgomery, NY (9 Nellis Street) Fam # 2 - Melick Andrew, owns his home with a value of $3000, owns a radio, ae 48, married at age 19, born in NY, parents born in NY, Machinist - Knitting Mill; Libbie, wife, ae 44, married at age 16, born in NY, parents born in NY, Sewing Machine Operator - Knitting Mill; George, son, ae 25, born in NY, Apprentice Machinist - G Electric Co; Carlton, son, ae 19, Asst Foreman - Knitting Mill; Billington Kate, mother-in-law, ae 67, widow, married at age 17, born in NY, parents born in NY.
 - 1940 census, Nelliston, Montgomery, NY, (Nellis Street) fam # 90 - Melicke (sic) Andrew, owns his home with a value of $2000, ae 58, 8th grade, born in NY, Laborer - Outside Work; Libbie, wife, ae 54 8th grade, born in NY, Sticher - Silk Mill; George, son, ae 35, 1 yr HS, born in NY, Laborer - Silk Mill; Carlton, son, ae 29, 4 yr HS, Machinist - Machine Shop; Beverly, daughter-in-law, ae 21, 2 yr HS, born in NY, Lace Worker - Silk Mill.

 - Obituary (Daily Press, Utica, NY, Tuesday, December 22, 1959)
  Nelliston—Andrew Melick, 77, died Sunday at his home in Nelliston after a long illness.
  He was born Feb. 19, 1882, in Town of Canajoharie, son of Lawrence and Susan Smith Melick. He moved here 57 years ago. He married Libbie Billington here in 1902. She died Dec. 26, 1955.
  Mr. Melick was a machinist and worked in local textile mills.
  He leaves two sons, George and Carlton, and two granddaughters, all of Nelliston; several nieces and nephews.
  The funeral will be at 2 tomorrow from the Swartz Funeral Home, Fort Plain, the Rev. F. W. Engle, pastor of Fort Plain Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Fort Plain Cemetery in the spring.

15652. George L Melick

 - GFG - A
 - Obituary (Courier-Standard-Enterprise, Fort Plain, NY, November 15, 1977)
  George Melick, 74, a resident of the Hotel Fort Plain and a native of Nelliston, died Friday at the Albany Veterans Hospital following a long illness.
  Born Aug. 29, 1903, he was the son of Andrew and Libbie Billington Melick.
  A lifelong resident of the area, he was a veteran of World War II. He was employed by both the Luxuray, Inc. and the former Gilbert Mill in Fort Plain, prior to his retirement in 1960 because of ill health.
  He is survived by two nieces, Mrs. Ronald (Judith) Devost, Nelliston, and Mrs. Stephen (Gail) Yedinak, Fort Plain, and four grand nephews.
  Funeral services were held Monday at the convenience of the family with the Rev. Carl Hawver, pastor of the Fort Plain Baptist Church, officiating.
  Interment was made in the Fort Plain Cemetery. Arrangements were made by the Swartz Funeral Home.
  Memorial contributions may be made to the Mid-County Volunteer Ambulance Service.

15653. Carlton C Melick

 - GFG - A
 - 1940 census, Nelliston, Montgomery, NY, (Nellis Street) fam # 90 - He and his wife were living wiht his parents.

 - Obituary (Amsterdam Recorder, NY, Wednesday, April 1, 1970)
  Carlton Melick, 59, formerly of Nelliston, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon in Elmira, where he resided at 309 Highland Drive. Death was attributed to a heart attack.
  Mr. Melick was born in Nelliston on Feb. 14,1911, the son of Andrew and Libbie Billington Melick, and lived in Nelliston until 1962, when he moved to Elmira.
  He was formerly employed by Cherry-Burrell Inc. at Little Falls, and at the time of his death, was chief tool designer for Hardinge Brothers in Elmira. He was a member of several tool design and engineering organizations and also the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Elmira.
  Survivors include his wife, the former Beverly Gardinier of Nelliston, to whom he was married on Sept. 16, 1939; two daughters, Mrs. Ronald DeVost of Nelliston, and Mrs. Stephan Yedinak, Horseheads; a brother, George Melick, Fort Plain; and five grandchildren.
  Funeral arrangements by the Swartz Funeral Home in Fort Plain are incomplete.

Marriage Notes for Carlton C Melick and Beverly Gardinier

 - Wedding Announcement (Evening Recorder, Amsterdam, NY, Saturday, September 16, 1939)
  FORT PLAIN - Beverly Ann Gardinier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardinier, Nelliston, and Carlton Charles Melick,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Melick, Nelliston. were married this afternoon at the Methodist parsonage, by the Rev. William H. Hammersley, pastor of the church.
  The bride was attended by Mrs. Madeline Pelllgrini, Canajoharie, and the beat man was George Melick, brother of the bridegroom.
  The bride was dressed in navy blue, and the bridesmaid was gowned in plum color.
  Pre-nuptial events have been held for the bride by the employes of the Luxuray Mills. Association. Mrs. Andrew Melick. Mrs. Pearl Gardinier, Mrs. Harry Lampman and Mrs. George Brayman. Nelliston. She was the recipient of many gifts.
  Mr. and Mrs. Melick left for a visit to the World's Fair following the ceremony. They will reside in Nelliston.

11376. Clyde Lasher

 - GFG - A
 - 1930 census, Nelliston, Palatine, Montgomery, NY, (West Main Street) fam # 130 - Lasher Clyde, rents his home, ae 28, married at age 21, born in NY, parents born in NY, Knitter - Knitting Mill;  Hazel K, wife, ae 27, married at age 21, born in NY, parents born in NY, Machine Operator - Knitting Mill;  Darwin, son, ae 5, born in NY.
 - 1940 census, Neliston, Montgomery, NY, (Brightman Street), fam # 106 - Lasher Clyde, owns his home with a value of $1800, ae 38, 8th grade, born in NY, Kniter - Knitting Mill; Hazel, wife, ae 37, 8th grade, born in NY, Sewer - Gloves; Darwin, son, ae 15, 8th grade, born in NY.

Hazel Kathryn Nellis

 - GFG # A 1289 / A

Marriage Notes for Clyde Lasher and Hazel Kathryn Nellis

 - 50th Anniversary (Leader-Herlad, Gloversville - Johnstown, NY, Tuesday, December 4, 1973)
  NELLISTON - Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lasher, 3 Brightman Street, were honored recently with a golden anniversary party at their home, hosted by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Lasher.
  Guests included friends and relatives from Utica, Fonda, Fultonville, Scotia, Elsmere, Rotterdam and the local area.
  Clyde Lasher and the former Hazel K. Nellis, both of Nelliston, were married Nov. 22, 1923 in the Schenectady Methodist Church. They have one son and three grandchildren.
  The couple received numerous gifts, cards and flowers in remembrance of the event.

11377. Mildred E Russ

 - GFG - A

Julius Lynn Pickard

 - He resided at 102 Reid, Fort Plain, NY when he registered for the WWI draft (Jun 5, 1917). He was unmarried and employed as a grocery clerk.
 - 1930 census, Mindan, Montgomery, NY, fam # 29 - Pickard Lynn, rents his home, ae 36, married at age 32, born in NY, parents born in NY, Mail Carrier - Post Office; Milard (sic), wife, ae 26, married at age 22, born in NY, parents born in NY; J Lynn, son, ae 6/12, born in NY.
 - 1940 census, Minden, Montgomery, NY (RD # 3) fam # 27 - Pickard Lynn, ae 45, 2 yr HS< born in NY, Rural Mail Carrier; Mildred, wife, ae 36, 3 yr HS, born in NY; Lynn Jr, son, ae 10, 5th grade, born in NY; John, son, ae 2; Julius, father, ae 86, widower, 6th grade, born in NY.

 - Obituary (The Daily Press, Utica, NY, Friday, January 14, 1977)
  Fort Plain - J. Lynn Pickard, 82, of RD 3, Fort Plain, died Tuesday in Little Falls Hosp[ital after a brief illness.
  He was born in Brookman's Corners and attended school there. He married Mildred Russ in 1926 in St. Johnsville.
  Mr.s Pickard was a rural mail carrier, retiring in 1964.
  He was a World War I Army veteran. He was a member of the Rural Letter Carrier's Association and St. John's Lutheran Church, Frey's Bush.
  Besides his wifehe leaves teo sons, J. Lynn Pickard Jr. Rhinebeck;  John R. Gloversville.
  The funeral will be at 2 today in the Schwartz Funeral Home with burial this spring in Frey's Bush Cemetery.

Marriage Notes for Mildred E Russ and Julius Lynn Pickard

 - 50th Anniversary (Courier-Standard-Enterprise, Fort Plain, NY, September 28, 1976)
  FREYSBUSH - Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynn Pickard, Fort Plain RD 3, were honored recently at a family dinner in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary. The event was hosted by their children, J. Lynn Pickard Jr. Rhinebeck, and John Pickard, Gloversville.
  Mildred Russ and J, Lynn Pickard were married Aug. 21, 1926, and attended by Mr. and Mrs Arthur Gross, Sprout Brook who were guests at the anniversary dinner.

15655. Jay Lynn Pickard

 - GFG - A

15656. John R Pickard

 - GFG - A

11381. Kenneth John Abel

 - GFG # A 1417 / A
 - Birth Announcement (The Register, Fort Plain, NY, December 6, 1895)
  East Stone Arabia. - Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Abel are rejoicing over the birth of a son.

 - 1900 census, Palatine, Montgomery, NY, fam # 226 - Living with his grandfather John Getman.
 - He resided at RFD # 1, fort Plain, NY when he registered for the WWI draft (Jan 5, 1917) He was employd as a laborer in a furnitur factory and listed unnamed "wife and child" as his closest living relatives.
 - 1920 census, Minden, Montgomery, NY, fam # 11 - He and his family were living with his in-laws.
 - 1930 census, San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, Ca, (2251 Broad) fam # 191 - Abel Kenneth, owns his home with a value of $4000, ae 34, married at age 20, born in NY, parents born in NY, Bus Drive - Public School; Marion, wife, ae 33, married at age 19, born in NY, parents born in NYJohn, son, ae 12, born in NY; Allois, daughter, ae 6.
 - 1940 census, San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, CA, (2251 Broad St) fam # 130 - Abel Kenneth, owns his home with a value of $3000, ae 44, 8th grade, born in NY, School Bus Maintenance - School; Marion, wife, ae 43, 8th grade, born in NY; John W, son, ae 22, 4 yr HS, born in NY; Lois, daughter, ae 16, 3 yr HS, born in CA; Shirley J, daughter, ae 7.

15657. John William Abel

 - GFG - A / A

15658. Alice Abel

 - GFG - A / A

15659. Shirley J Abel

 - GFG - A / A

11386. Edna E Eacker

 - GFG A / A / A
 - Newspaper Article (The Leader - Herald, Gloversville - Johnstown, NY, Thursday, June 26, 1969)
  Letter to Shut-ins, by Inez. K. Waterman
  ... You shutins would enjoy meeting Barton Leneker who married the pretty Miss Joan Devendorf in June. They now have four children and all reside in Palatine Bridge. Joan and Barton are both active in scout work and are well liked in the community.
  Barton's parents are busy observing their anniversary this month and that event took place 45 years ago. Delancey Leneker, 69, and his brown-eyed wife, Edna, reside in Palatine Bridge. They are fun-loving people and useful members of society. Edna, who is the former Edna Eacker, laughingly recalls their wedding trip. They drove to Canada and New York City in a Model T Ford. "It was really something to drive through New York in those days," Edna mused. Deiancey is now retired. He was formerly employed in the gum department of Beech-Nut, Inc., Canajoharie. Both are life long residents of the local area. This couple was married in the Salem Evangelical United Brethren Church of East Stone Arabia. It was the first wedding ceremony ever performed by Rev. Harold J. Wood who served the church at that time and he was elated and often remarked about it.
  For the traditional accessories, Edna wore a "new" comb. She had a silver pin that was "old," a new "blue" handkerchief and she "borrowed" a silver bracelet. She has tender memories of that ceremony. Every once in a while she takes from its careful wrappings her white gorgette wedding gown. It had short sleeves and was quite "frilly." Her veil was adorned with orange blossoms. Her husband looked "just wonderful" she recalls fondly. She still has the old-fashioned white shirt he wore with its stiffly starched front and fashionable turned down collar.

 - Obituary (Leader-Herald, Gloversville - Johnstown, NY, Thursday, January 22, 1976)
  PALATINE BRIDGE - In failing health the last five years, Mrs. Edna E. Leneker, 71, of Lafayette Street, died at 5 Tuesday afternoon in Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, where she had been a patient six days.
  Born April 25, 1904, in the Town of Palatine, the daughter of William J. and Libby Gray Eacker, she was married to Delancey L. leneker on June 4, 1924, at the Eacker homestead, Palatine Bridge. On June 4,1974, the Lenekers celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
  She retired from the Beech Nut Packing Company in 1963, where she had been an employe for 22 years. She served as deputy town clerk from 1928 to 1940. At that time her husband was town clerk.
  Survivors are one son. Barton Leneker of Palatine Bridge; a brother. Gordon J Eacker, Vero Beach. Fla. and four grandsons.

DeLancey Lewis Leneker

 - He resided at RD 7, Fort Plain, Montgomery, NY when he registered for the WWI draft (Sep 12, 1918) He was employed at a garage and listed Hattie Leneker as his closest relative.
 - 1930 census, Paltine, Montgomery, NY, fam # 60 - He and his family were living with his in-laws.
 - 1940 census, Palatine, Montgomery, NY, (State Route # 10) fam # 36 - Leneker DeLanct, owns his home with a value of $4500, ae 40, 8th grade, born in NY, Mechanic - Garage; Edna, wife, ae 35, 1 yr HS< born in NY; Barton D, son, ae 10, 4th grade, born in NY.

 - Obituary (Courier-Standard-Enterprise, Fort Plain, NY, June 29, 1976)
  DeLancey Lewis Leneker, 76, Lafayette street, Palatine Bridge, was pronunced dead on arrival Saturday afternoon at St. Mary's Hospital, Amsterdam, where he was taken after being stricken with an apparent heart attack while watching the Canajoharie-Palatine Bridge Bicentennial parade.
  He was born Oct. 17,1899, in the Town of Canajoharie, the son of Henry and Hattie Foland Leneker.
  He was married to the former Edna Eacker June 4, 1924, in Palatine Bridge. Mrs. Leneker died Jan. 21 of this year.
  Mr. Leneker received his schooling in the Happy Hollow school, Town of Canajoharie, and most of his working life was employed as a machinist by the Beech-Nut Packing Company and its successor companies prior to his retirement in 1966.
  He was a 50-year member of Canajoharie Lodge No. 516, IOOF and had been a member of St. John's (St.
John's and St. Mark's) Lutheran Church since 1923.
  He was town clerk in Palatine from 1928 to 1940, assisted by his wife as deputy clerk. He also had served as a Republican committeeman in that township since 1943.
  Survivors include a son, Barton Leneker, Palatine Bridge, and four grandchildren.
  Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Salem United Methodist Church, East Stone Arabia, with the Rev. Gerald Boyer, a former pastor of that church, officiating assisted by the Rev. Theodore Hammer, pastor of St. John's and St. Mark's Lutheran Church. Interment will be made in the Fort Plain Cemetery.
  Calling hours at the Gray Funeral Home, Fort Plain, will be tonight from 7-9 o'clock. The IOOF ritual will be conducted at 7:30 p.m.

Marriage Notes for Edna E Eacker and DeLancey Lewis Leneker

 - 40th Anniversary (Leader-Herald, Gloversville - Johnstown, NY, Wednesday, June 3, 1964)
  Mr and Mrs. Deiancey Leneker, Palatine Bridge, will observe their 40th wedding anniversary tomorrow.
  Leneker and the former Edna Eacker were married June 4, 1924 by Rev. Harold J. Wood, former pastor of the Salem Evangelical United Brethren Church of East Stone Arabia at the home of the bride's parents.
  Mrs. Leneker is a member of the Salem church and her husband is a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Canajoharie. She is a former employe of Beech-Nut Life Savers. Inc. where she worked in the prepration department.
  Leneker is employed in the gum department as machine adjustor in the Beech-Nut Plant. He is a member of the Canajoharie Odd Fellows Lodge and is a Republican committeeman for the Town of Palatine. At one time he was clerk of the Town of Palatine.
  The couple has one son, Barton Leneker, Palatine Bridge There are four grandchildren
The occasion will be celebrated on Sunday at the family home.

15660. Barton D Leneker

 - GFG A / A / A

Joan Mary Devendorf

 - GFG # B 1433
 - Obituary (Lentz & Betz Funeral Home, on line)
  Mrs. Joan M. Leneker, 76, of Lafayette Street, Palatine Bridge, NY passed away from this life on Saturday, November 24, 2007. She was born in Little Falls, NY on February 25, 1931 the daughter of the late Harlin and Dorcas Dillenbeck Devendorf.
  Upon graduation from St. Johnsville Central Schools, she attended the Pratt Art Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Of recognition is the fact she attended the same Institute, majoring in art, as he mother, Docas Devendorf did before her. During this period from 1918-1922, the Institute was known as the Applied School of Design.
  Mrs. Leneker furthered her education at Oneonta State University earning a BS and MS Degree in Elementary Education. She taught for 20 years at the David H. Robins Elementary School in St. Johnsville, NY, retiring in 1993.
  She enjoyed many summers and travels to the Adirondacks, especially the family camp, built in 1927 at Stoner Lake, NY. She enjoyed and excelled at gardening, especially growing Champion Iris. She led by example and encouraged the personal and professional development of individuals, family and friends through her involvement with Community Theatre, Sunday School, Scouts and the American Foreign Exchange Program. Her lifelong membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution is rare, as her direct descendent lineage dates back to Lt. Colonel Peter Waggoner, NY who served in the Revolutionary War.
   She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Barton D. Leneker Of Palatine Bridge, NY; three sons, Joel B. Leneker of Monroe, CT, Lee W. Leneker of Palatine Bridge, NY and Daniel J. Leneker of Gloversville, NY.
  Mrs. Leneker was predeceased by a son, Stephen T. Leneker in 1978 and her brother, Harlow Devendorf in 1993.
  A funeral to celebrate the life of Joan M. Leneker will be held on Friday, November 30, 2007 at 11a.m. at the Reformed Church of Canajoharie, Front Street, with the Rev. Lisa Vander Wal officiating. Interment of cremated remains will follow at Canajoharie Falls Cemetery. Calling hours will be held from 4 until 7 Thursday evening at the Lenz $ Betz Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made to the charity of one’s choice.
  Arrangements have been entrusted to the Lenz & Betz Funeral Home, 69 Otsego Street, Canajoharie, NY 13317

Marriage Notes for Barton D Leneker and Joan Mary Devendorf

 - Wedding Announcement (The Enterprise and News, St Johnsville, NY, June 7, 1956)
  Miss Joan Mary Devendorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Devendorf, Center St., and Barton Leneker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delancey Leneker, Lafayette St., Palatine Bridge, were married in a double ring ceremony in a candlelight service at St. John's Reformed Church --- by the Rev. Ernest Crouse, pastor of the church.
  Baskets and vases of white snapdragons, pink geraniums, mixed with greens decorated the church which was lighted with white candles.
  A half hour of organ music was provided by Mrs. Gilberta Lull previous to the ceremony and vocal solos, "At. Dawning." and '"Ich Liebor Dieh" were rendered by Adrian Gray.
  The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a princess style ballerina length gown of white shantung with fitted bodice having a bateau neckline with deep yoke and short sleves of Point de Lyon Lace.The flared skirt was over crinoline and she wore a finger tip silk veil of french illusion net attached to a cap of matching lace and pearls. She carried a spring bouquet of white orchids and bachelor buttons with white satin streamers attached.
  Mrs. Harlow Devendorf sister in law of the bride, was matron of honor and wore a ballerina length gown of light blue silk shantung, with flared skirt. Her nose veil was of nylon net and was attached to a small blue velvet  band. She carried a bouquet of pink daisies and blue batchelor buttons.
  Miss Helen Mazur was bridesmaid, and wore a ballerina length gown of light blue silk shanting with fitted bodice, and a nylon net nose veil attached to a small band of blue velvet. She also carried a bouquet of pink
daisies and blue bachelor buttons.
  David Dievendorf, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer.
  Earl Sandford, of Providence, R. I. acted as best man, and the ushers were Harlow Devendorf, brother of the bride, and Everett Nichols and Walter Rouse of Canajoharie.
  The bride's mother wore a street length dress of Dior blue ---with white accessories and a coursage of pink sweetheart roses. The bridegroom's mother chose a street length dress of mauve lace and net oveatin, with navy accessories and a coursage of pink sweetheart roses.
  Two hundred guests attended the reception held at Fort Rensselaer Club, Canajoharie, folloeing the ceremonyat which a buffet luncheon was served and the newly weds cut their four tiered wedding cake.
  Guests were present from St. Johnsville, Canajoharie, Fort Plain. Schenectady, Gloversville, Palatine Bridge, Stone Arabia, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
  For her wedding trip the bride chose a beige linen sheath dress with box jacket, brown and white accessories and wore an orchid coursage. Upon their return the couple will reside at LaFayette Street, Palatine Bridge.
  The bride was graduated from St. Johnsville Central School and attended Pratt Institute, Brooklyn. She is employed as a labrotory technician at the Palatine Dyeing Co. St. Johnsville.
  The groom was graduated from Canajoharie Centreal School and was a paratrooper serving in the 507th Air Borne Division of the Army.

11389. Aaron Benjamin Lasher

 - GFG - A
 - 1920 census, Dewitt, Onondaga, NY, (209 Upton St) fam # 442 - Lasher Aaron, rents his home, born in NY, parents born in NY, Fireman - Railroad; Louise, wife, ae 27, born inNY, parents born in Germany; Margaret, daughter, ae 32/12, born in NY; Freda, daughter, ae 1 4/12.
 - 1930 census, Amsterdam, Montgomery, NY, (Mohawk) fam # 3 - Lasher Aaron B, owns his home with a value uf $2500, ae 38, married at age 20, born in NY, father born in NY, mother born in Ireland, Plumber - Plumbing Shop; Louise A, wife, ae 37, married at age 20, born in NY, parents born in Germany; Margrete (sic), daughter, ae 13, born in NY; Phide (sic) May, daughter, ae 11; Nancy E, daughter, ae 1 10.12; Aaron J Jr, son, ae 3/12.
 - 1940 census, Amsterdam, Montgomery, NY, (RD #4) Lasher Aaron B, own shis home with a value of $1600, ae 48, 7th grade, born in NY, Plumber - Construction; Louise A, wife, ae 48, 8th grade, born in NY; Margaret W, daughter, ae 23, 4 yr HS, born i nNY, Machine Operator - Mens Clothing; Nancy E, daughter, ae 12, 6th grade; Aaron Jr, son, ae 10, 4th grade.

 - Obituary (Leader-Herald, Gloversville - Johnstown, NY, Thursday, October 21, 1965)
  Aaron B. Lasher, 71, of Fort Plain RD 3, a former resident of Fort Johnson, died at 6:20 this morning at Amsterdam Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient two weeks.
  Born in Canajoharie March 19, 1892, he was the son of Elmer J. and Margaret Holland Lasher He resided in Fort Johnson for 40 years, moving to the Fort Plain area five years ago. His wife the former Louise Ulrich, died Feb. 11, 1953.
  A plumber by occupation, he worker for Treher and Jung for more than 20 years before opening his own business in Fort Johnson. He retired 10 years ago.
  Mr. Lasher was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Veddersburg Odd Fellows Lodge, Rebekah Lodge, and the Artisan Masonic Lodge, all of Amsterdam, and the plumbers union of Gloversville
  Survivors are one son, Aaron J. Lasher of Heurelton (St. Lawrence County); three daughters, Mrs. Theron Roblee of Elnora (Saratoga County); Mrs. Robert Tucker of Colonie, and Mrs Karl E Bohm of Fort Plain; three sisters, Mrs. Emerson Foster of Clearwater. Fla., Mrs Harold Gray and Mrs. Wilbur Friday, both of Amsterdam six grandchildren; four great grandchildren, several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Louise A Ulrich

 - Listed as Lizzie during the 1900 census.

 - Obituary (Evening Recorder, Amsterdam, Montgomery, NY, Tuesday, February 12, 1952)
  Louise Ulrich, wife of Aaron B. Lasher, died Monday afternoon at 4:10 o'clock at her home in Fort Johnson. Although Mrs. Lasher had been in ill health for some time, her death was unexpected and comes as a shock to her many friends.
  She was born in Amsterdam June 7, 1892, the daughter of Christian and Wilhelmina Lembke Ulrich. A member of Trinity Lutheran Church, she was also a member of the Ladies' Aid Society, Faithful Daughters Class and Missionary Society of the church and took an active part in their work. She was likewise prominent in Rebekah circles, being a member of Locust Rebekah Lodge, 351, of this city, and a past district deputy of Montgomery County. She also was a member of Moyova Zuana, 58, Fort Plain, and the Past Noble Grands' Club of Montgomery and for 37 years was a member of Easter, 122, Ladies' Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen of East Syracuse. While her church and lodge affiliations occupied much of her time, Mrs. Lasher's main interests were her home and family.
  Besides her husband, she is survived by one son, Aaron J. Lasher, U. S. Army, stationed at Fort Stoneman, Calif.: three daughters, Mrs. Theron Roblee, Schenectady, Mrs. Robert Tucker, Albany, and Miss Nancy Lasher. Fort Johnson; three brothers, George Ulrich, Schenectady, Alfred and Harold Ulrich, Amsterdam; one. sister,
Mrs. Edward J. Anderson, Scotia; two grandchildren, Kayle and Kenneth Humphries, Albany, and several nieces and nephews.

15661. Margaret W Lasher

 - GFG - A

Marriage Notes for Margaret W Lasher and Theron Roblee

 - Newspaper Article (Amsterdam Evening Recorder, NY, Tuesday, December 27, 1966)
  20 Years Ago, Dec. 27, 1946 ... Marriage of Theron Roblee, Ballston Spa, and Miss Margaret Lasher, Fort Johnson.

15662. Freda Lasher

 - GFG - A

15663. Nancy E Lasher

 - GFG - A

15664. Aaron J Lasher

 - GFG - A

11394. Marcella Catherine Lasher

 - GFG - A

Wilbur De Zur Friday

 - Where were they during the 1940 census?

15665. David Friday

 - GFG - A

15666. Diane Ray Friday

 - GFG - A

15667. Friday son

 - GFG - A

11402. Alice Lampman

 - GFG # A 1422

David L Fox

 - 1930 census, St Johnsville, Montgomery, NY, (Mohawk Valley Turnpike) fam # 22 -Living with his step-father Lipe Klock.
 - 1940 census, Nelliston, Montgomery, New York, (School Street) fam # 70 - Foc David, owns his home with a value of $600, ae 30, 6th grade, born in NY, Truck Driver - Creamery; Alice, wife, ae 28, 2 yr HS, born in NY; Elma May, daughter, ae 7, 1st grade, born in NY; Edward David, son, ae 5; Elizabeth Irene, daughter, ae 4; Alice, daughter, ae 2; Myra Edith, daughter, ae 1/12.

 - Obituary (The Leader-Herald, Gloversville - Johnstown, NY, Thursday, July 3, 1969)
  David L Fox, 60, of Nelliston, died yesterday at Amsterdam Memorial Hospital after a brief
   Bom at Oneonta, Mr Fox had lived in Nelliston 37 years. He was employed at Beech Nut Inc., Canajoharie Mr. Fox was a member of St Paul's Lutheran Church, Fort Plain.
  Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Alice Lampman Fox; five daughters, Mrs. Allen Wells of Avon, Mrs Richard Belfance and Mrs Stanley Vanauskas, both of Amsterdam, Mrs. Howard Cole of St. Johnsville and Miss Myra Fox of Nelliston.
  Two sons, Edward Fox of Nelliston and Richard Fox of St. Johnsville; four brothers, Leslie Fox of Nelliston, Floyd Dodson of Fort Plain RD, Adam and Lipe Klock both of St Johnsville; two sisters, Mrs. Iva Cole of Hollywood, Fla. and Mrs Laura Sutton of Dolgeville. Fourteen grandchildren, several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews also survive.

Marriage Notes for Alice Lampman and David L Fox

 - Wedding Announcement (The Morning Herald, Gloversville and Johnstown, NY, Friday, December 11, 1931)
  At the parsonage of St. Mark's Lutheran church in Canajoharie a few nights ago took place the marriage of David Fox of this village and Miss Alice Lampman of Nelliston. Martin Connelly of Palatine and Mrs. William Putman of Nelllston were the attendants. The young couple will reside in this village. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Lipe Klock of this village.

15668. Edward David Fox

 - Obituary (on line, unsourced)
  Edward D. Fox Sr., 65, of Stone Arabia Street, Nelliston, died suddenly Monday at the Amsterdam Riverfront Dialysis Center.
   He was born Oct. 27, 1934, in Nelliston, the son of David L. and Alice E. Lampman Fox. He was educated at the former Nelliston School and was a lifelong area resident.
   Mr. Fox was a bulk tank truck driver for several area dairies. He retired from Delwood Dairy in Herkimer in 1997.
   Mr. Fox served in the U.S. Army.
   He was of the Lutheran faith.
   He was a member of Fort Plain American Legion Post 554, Canajoharie-Fort Plain Elks Lodge 2621, Canajoharie Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge 853, Ephratah Rod and Gun Club, and Earl Stock Memorial VFW Post 3275 in Fort Plain.
   Survivors include two sons, Edward D. Fox Jr. of Gloversville and Jeffrey A. Fox of Nelliston; a brother, Richard Fox of Fonda; five sisters, Myra Fox of Fort Plain, Jean Vainauskas of Hagaman, Elizabeth Belfance of Perth, Raylene Cole of Amsterdam, and Alma Wells of Mount Morris; and one grandson.
   A memorial service is scheduled at 10 a.m. Friday at the Gray, Houghtaling & Smith Funeral Home, 34 Center St., Fort Plain, with the Rev. Kenneth Dingman officiating.
   Burial will be in Fort Plain Cemetery in the spring.
  There will be no calling hours.
   Memorial contributions may be made to Mid-County Volunteer Ambulance Service, P.O. Box 126, Canajoharie 13317.

Richard Owen Belfance

 - Obituary (The Leader-Herzld, Gloversville - Johnstown, NY, February 10, 2014)
  Richard Owen Belfance, 89, of St. Hwy 30, Amsterdam, passed away Thursday evening, February 6, 2014, with his loving family by his side.
  Born in Pattersonville, N.Y., he was the son of the late Charles Albert and Luetta (Bennet) Belfance. He was a lifelong area resident who attended Pattersonville schools until sixth grade, when he went on to help his family and work on the family farm. Richard was an excellent mechanic and loved restoring old cars in his spare time. He was employed at various garages in the area until 1972, when he opened his own business at his residence for over 45 years. In his later years Richard enjoyed riding around on his tractors and could often be seen sitting out in front of his home. He also enjoyed getting in a car and going for a nice ride. Richard will always be remembered for his quick wit and great sense of humor.
  He married Elizabeth I. Fox on August 16, 1952. She predeceased him in September of 2008. Richard is survived by daughters, Irene E. Hayes (Butch) of Saranac, N.Y., Barbara J. Saul (Ed) of Mayfield, Rebecca J. Trombetta (Mark) of St. Johnsville and Kathy J. Lawson (Robert) of Amsterdam; his son, David C. Belfance of Perth; sisters, Edna Phelps, Alberta Wauffle and Naiomi Sokalski; 11 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren and special friends, Fran and Bruce also survive. Richard was predeceased by not only his wife and parents, an infant daughter, Penny Belfance; but also his sisters, Marion Blakeslee, Ellen Baran, and Irene Belfance, who passed away at a very young age.
  Relatives and friends are invited to attend a calling hour from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Betz, Rossi, & Bellinger Family Funeral Home, 171 Guy Park Ave., Amsterdam, NY 12010 on Thursday, February 13, 2014. A service will immediately follow at 7:00 p.m. Interment will be held at the convenience of Richards' family.

11405. James Hirschfeld

 - 1940 census, Florida, Montgomery, NY, fam # 292 - Hirschfeld James, ae 29, born in NY, Laborer - Farm; Sarah, wife, ae 24, 8th grade, born in NY; Donald, son, ae 6, 1st grade, born in NY; Louis, son, ae 2.

Marriage Notes for Donald G Hirschfeld and Loretta J White

 - Wedding Announcement (The Leader-Herald, Gloversville - Johnstown, NY, Monday, August 13,1956)
  Miss Loretta Jean White, daughter of Mrs. Nettie L. White, Gloversville RD 2. became the bride of Donald G. Hirschfeld. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hirschfeld of Amsterdam RD l, in a double ring ceremony performed by Rev. Leo Hickok of Mayfield Center Community Church on the lawn of the home of the bride's mother at 7 Saturday night.
  The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Robert A. White.
  Matron of honor was Mrs. Dorothy E. Craig, sister of the bride.
  Louis Hirschfeld, brother of the bridegroom, was best man.
  Other bridal attendants were Misa Beverly Hirschfeld, sister of the bridegroom, and Dorothy Scott, Mayfield RD 1. and Barbara Lathrop, Gloversville RD 2, schoolmates of the bride.
  Ushers were Arthur and Bobby White, Ronald Craig, nephews of the bride. Richard A. White, another nephew of the bride, was ringbearer.
  There was recorded wedding music.
  The bride wore a gown of white lace over nylon, ballerina length, with sweetheart neckline. She had a hat of nylon and a threequarter length nylon veil. She also had a corsage of white gladioli.
  The maid of honor wore a gown of blue lace over satin with hat to match and had a corsage of red roses.
  Gowns of other attendants were orchid nylon lace, yellow net over silk and blue net over silk with matching tiaras.
  The bride's mother wore a light blue linen suit, white hat and had a corsage of yellow roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a blue suit with matching accessories.
  A reception was conducted after the ceremony at the bride's home with 75 attending.    
   For her going away outfit, the bride chose a navy blue linen suit, white hat and a corsage of roses.   
   The bride attended the Mayfield Central School. The bridegroom attended Wilbur H. Lynch High School, Amsterdam, and is now a specialist second claas in the Army.
   They will make their home at Gloversville RD 2.
  Guests were present from Lake Pleasant, Speculator, Amsterdam, Gloversville, Mayfield. Broadalbin and Northville.

Marriage Notes for Beverly Jean Hirschfeld and William Kaminski

 - Wedding Announcement (Evening Recorder, Amsterdam, Montgomery, NY, Tuesday, May 8, 1950)
  Miss Beverly Jean Hirschfeld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; James Hirschfeld, Amsterdam R.D. 1, became the bride of William Kaminski, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John, Kamlnski, Amsterdam R.D. 4, Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Church of St. John the Baptist. The Rev. Chester J. Klementowicz performed, the ceremony.
  Vases of white gladioli and white carnations adorned the altar. Stanley Slusarz was at the organ and played the wedding marches and "Ave Maria."
  The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white imported French lace and nylon tulle over satin fashioned with a lace bodice, scalloped Sabrina neckline highlighted; with| sequins and a full skirt in redingote effect. A Queen Anne crown held her rhinestone studded veil and she carried white roses centered with white orchids.
  Mrs. Marlene, Hirschfeld was the, bride's only attendant. She was gowned in orchid lace over taffeta with matching crown and carried a bouquet of pink roses and mums.
  The best man was Louis Hirschfeld; brother of the bride.
  The mother or the bride was dressed in beige taffeta, and wore a beige hat and a corsage of red roses. The bridegroom's sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Kaminski, wore a blue print dress, blue hat and a corsage of red roses.
  A reception at Robertshaw's Drum followed the ceremony.
  The couple went to Lake George for their wedding trip and upon their return will reside at Amsterdam R.D. 4. For going away, the bride wore a lilac face dress, fur stole and a white orchid corsage.
  The bride attended the Wilbur H. Lynch High School.
  Mr. Kamlnski attended Perth Central School and is employed at the Key Finishing Leather Mill in Johnstown.

11408. Stanley Lasher Eldert

 - GFG - A
 - 1940 census, Prince George's, Maryland, fam # 91 - Eldert Stanley, rents his home, ae 29, 4 yr HS, born in NY, family relocated from Johnstown, NY, Radio Operator - US Navy; Olive, wife, ae 26, 4 yr HS, born in NY; Lois, daughter, ae 5, born in NY.

 - Newspaper Article, Schenectady Gazette, NY, Saturday, October 15, 1927)
  SARATOGA. Oct. 14 (Special).—It was reported at the Saratoga Hospital today that Stanley Eldert. 17-year-old Schenectady school boy shot in a hunting accident south of Saratoga Lake recently, was out of danger, providing there are no complications. Details of the accident still are lacking, the young man being brought to the hospital by friends who did not explain how he was shot. except to say that it was a hunting accident. The young man received a charge of shot in the head.

Marriage Notes for Stanley Lasher Eldert and Olive Edna Van Auken

 - Wedding Announcement (The Morning Herald, Gl.oversville and Johnstown, NY, Friday, June 30, 1933)
  Miss Olive Edna Van Auken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Van Auken, of Johnstown R. D. 1 and Stanley Lasher Eldert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eldert of Schenectady, were united in marriage yesterday afternoon at 2:30, in St. Mark's Lutheran parsonage by Rev. A. L Dillenbeck, D. D. pastor.
  The attendants were Miss Margaret Jane Petraske of Johnstown R. D. 1 and Karl Templeton of Gloversvllle.
  The bride and her attendant were both gowned in blue crepe, the former carrying gardenias and the latter pale yellow roses.
   The bridegroom is a native of Schenectady and is a radio operator for the United States Navy, stationed at Rockport, Mass.
  Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, attended by only immediate relatives.
  The newlyweds left on a wedding trip through the New England states.

15679. Lois Ann Eldert

 - GFG - A
 - Birth Announcement (The Morning Herald, Gloversville and Johnstown, NY, Wednesday, May 9, 1934)
  A daughter was born to Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Eldert Johnstown R. D. 1, at the Johnstown Private hospital yesterday morning.

15680. Mary Jane Eldert

 - GFG - A

11409. June Dolores Eldert

 - Obituary (Bond Funeral Home, Schenectady, NY, on line)
  June Waldron 92 formerly of Eleanor Street died Tuesday Morning December 4th at the Avenue Nursing Home in Schenectady. Born and educated in Amsterdam, June was the daughter of the late Herbert and Alice Eldert. A homemaker, June was the wife of the late James Waldron and the mother of the late Jacqueline Waldron. Survivors include her to nephews Kevin Moran of Rotterdam and Eric Moran of Niskayuna and her dear friend Patricia Cook of Schenectady. A graveside funeral service will be held on Friday afternoon December 7th, 2007 at 1 pm at Viewland Cemetery, Rotterdam, NY. There will be no calling hours. Arrangements are by Bond Funeral Home, Schenectady, NY

James Waldron

 - 1940 census, Rotterdam, Schenectady, NY, (Duanesburg Road) fam # 46 - Waldron James, own shis home with a value of $3000, ae 29, 8th grade, born in NY, Grader Operator - Town of Rotterdam; June, wife, ae 25, 2 yr HS, born in NY; Jacqueline, daughter, ae 9, 1st grade, born in NY.

 - Obituary (Schenectady Gazette, NY, Monday, April 1, 1974)
  Private funeral services for James G. Waldron, 63, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Bond Funeral Home. Mr. Waldron of Suits Road, Princetown, died Friday at St. Clare's Hospital after a short illness.
  Born in Schenectady, Mr. Waldron was employed as a heavy equipment operator for The Schenectady County Highway Department 21 years until his retirement five years ago.
  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. June Eldert Waldron; a daughter, Miss Jacqueline Waldron of Princetown; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Brown and Mrs. Duncan Craig, both of Schenectady; two brothers, Marshall and Burton Waldron Jr., both of Schenectady.
  There will be no calling hours. Burial will be in Viewland Cemetery.

Marriage Notes for June Dolores Eldert and James Waldron

 - Wedding Announcement (Schenectady Gazette, NY, Friday, September 12, 1930)
  Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eldert of Princetown have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss June Dolores Eldert, to James G. Waldron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Berton Waldron of Rotterdam. The ceremony, which took place August 28 at Fort Johnson, N. Y., was performed by Rev. Mr. Pearce.