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ARNDT, Catherine M. 1893-1989.  Born in Buffalo as Katherine (Kate) Snyder.  Wife of Herbert Arndt (1886-1957).  Location D1. 

  From the 1950 Census for 61 Hamburg Street:  wife of Herbert, married, 58 years old, prepares meals for a restaurant

  From the 1940 Census for 550 Oakwood Avenue: “Katherine”, married, 47 years old, domestic worker.  Same address 4/1/35.  Mother of William (age 23) and Harriet (age 20).

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Herbert J Arndt

ARNDT, Herbert J., 3 Feb 1886-18 Dec 1957.  Husband of Catherin (1893-1989).  He was part of the First Communion Class of 1922 (IC History page 28).  Herbert Johann Arndt was born in Elma, NY.  Herbert and Katherine also had a son, Herbert H. Arndt, who was born in 1914.  Location D1.

  From the 1950 Census for 61 Hamburg Street:  head of household, married, 64 years old, caretaker/janitor at the railroad depot.  Father of William, age 33, same address.

  From the 1940 Census for 550 Oakwood Avenue: renter, married, 53 years old, famhand.  Same address 4/1/35.  Father of William (age 23) and Harriet (age 20).

  Death notice from the archives of the Aurora Town Historian’s office: Husband of Catherine.  Father of Herbert H. Jr., William, and Harriet Miller.

 

BAETZHOLD, Helen.  See BRUNEMIER, Helen Mary.

BAETZHOLD, Johanna L., 1871-25 Aug 1901.  According to the 1900 US census for Aurora, NY, Johanna was born in Pennsylvania in March 1872.  (The discrepancy with “1871” on her headstone is unresolved.  The church recorded her age as 31 at the time of her death on August 31, 1901.)  Joanna was 28 years old when she married Louis Baetzhold on May 3, 1899, in Susquehanna, PA.  Location D1.

BAETZHOLD, Louis C., May 1874-17 Nov 1945, was born in Pennsylvania and married Johanna on May 3, 1899, in Susquehanna, PA.  Louis and Johanna had a son, Charles (b. 1900 in East Aurora).  After Johanna’s death, Louis married Marcella Coyle on April 12, 1904, in Scio, NY.  Louis was a shoemaker (or cobbler) according to the 1900, 1910, and 1920 census.  On March 17, 1914, Mr. Baetzhold was elected 2015 Tax Collector for the Village of East Aurora.  He was later was a bookbinder, according to the 1930 census, when they lived at 558 Oakwood Avenue, East Aurora.  Their children were his son, Charlie, their daughter Helen (b. 1906 or 1907), their daughter Agnes (b. 1920?).  Location D1 (Louis C with Johanna L) and D2 (Louis C).

  From the 1940 Census for 558 Oakwood Avenue: owner, married, 65 years old, janitor at the parochial school.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1930 Census for 558 Oakwood Avenue: owner, married to Marcella, 56 years old, bookbinder for a publisher.

  From the 1920 Census for 330 Oakwood Avenue: owner, husband of Marcella, 45 years old, shoemaker in his own shop.

BAETZHOLD, Marcella Coyle, Dec 1879-2 Aug 1947, who married Louis Baetzhold on April 12, 1904, in Scio, NY, was the daughter of Hugh H. Coyle (1839-1929) and Mary M. (Donelon) Coyle (1860-1901).  Location D2.

  From the 1940 Census for 558 Oakwood Avenue: married, 60 years old, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1930 Census for 558 Oakwood Avenue: Marcella Baetzhold, 50 years old, married to Louis, no occupation.

  From the 1920 Census for 330 Oakwood Avenue: 40 years old, mother of Charles (age 19), Helen (13), and Agnes (9); wife of Lewis (45), no occupation.

  From the 1900 Census for the Hugh H. Coyle Residence in Scio, NY: daughter of Hugh and Mary Coyle.  sister of Ella, Roger, and Beatrice., single.  Born Dec 1879 in New York State, no occupation.

 

BALEN, Dekanna.  See KYSER, Dekanna.

 

BANZER, Mildred.  See SAMUELS, Mildred.

 

BAUMER, Jacob, 1865-11 Jul 1903.  Jacob was born in Germany.  He died when he was hit by a train in West Falls, NY, where he was a farmer.  According to a newspaper article, survivors include his wife and seven children.  Location A3.

 

BECKER, John B., Jan 1851-25 Nov 1910.  He immigrated from Germany, and was a farmer.  (The 1900 census erroneously listed the surname as BAKER.).  He was married in 1876 to Marry (Mary, Marie) (d. 17 Nov 1911).  Location C2.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, November 24, 1910: He had eight children and six grandchildren.

  From the 1900 Census for the “John Barker” family in Elma: renter, married, born Jan 1851 in Germany, farmer.  Wife Marry.  Six sons and one daughter, Charles (age 23), Joseph (21), Michael (17), Victor (16), Edward (14), John (12), Margrette (6).

  From the 1905 Census for the John Becker family in Elma: married, born Jan 1851 in Germany.  Wife Mary.  Four sons and one daughter, Joseph (26), Victor (21), Edward (19), John (16), Margaret (11).

BECKER, Joseph, Apr 1879-17 Nov 1922.  Son of John Becker (1851-1910).  Location C2.

  From the NYS Death Index: Joseph H. Becker died November 17, 1922, in Buffalo, NY.

  From the East Aurora Advertiser, November 16, 1911:  His sister is Mary Keem:

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  From the 1900 Census for the “John Barker” family in Elma: son of John, single, age 21, born Apr 1879 in Germany, farm laborer.

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Marie A Becker

BECKER, Marie A., Dec 1851-17 Nov 1911.  Nee Wolfe.  Wife of John B Becker (1851-1910).  Location C2.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, November 23, 1911: She is survived by six sons and two daughters.

  From the 1905 New York Census: “Mary Becker”, Elma, NY, Age 53, married to John Becker, born in Germany.

  From the 1900 Census for “Marry” of the “John Barker” family in Elma: resident, married to John, age 48, born Dec 1851 in Germany, no occupation.  Six sons and one daughter, Charles (age 23), Joseph (21), Michael (17), Victor (16), Edward (14), John (12), Margrette (6).

 

BECKMANN, Genevieve.  See SCHWARTZ, Genevieve.

 

BRADY, Anthony A., 1845-25 Apr 1907.  Died in Marilla, NY.  Husband of Catherine Brady (1846-1917).  Location D3 (Anthony) and possibly E4 (B).

  From the 1905 Census for Marilla, A.D. 07, E.D. 01: Anthony A Brady, 55 years old.  Husband of Katharine Brady (age 45).

  From the Immaculate Conception Church Book of Marriages: Anthony Brady (son of Michael Brady and Catherine McEnroe) and Catherine Farley were married on October 11, 1893.

BRADY, Catherine, 1846-17 Feb 1917, daughter of Owin (1810-1900) and Judith Farley.  According to the 1855 New York census, at nine years old she was living with her parents, Owin and Judith Farley, and 5 siblings, in Marilla.  The 1910 US census shows that she was a widow living with her brother, William Farley, in Marilla.  Location D4.

  From the 1905 Census for Marilla, A.D. 07, E.D. 01: Katharine Brady, 45 years old.  Wife of Anthony A. Brady.

   From the Immaculate Conception Church Book of Marriages: Anthony Brady (son of Michael Brady and Catherine McEnroe) and Catherine Farley were married on October 11, 1893.

 From the 1855 Census for the Owin Farley residence in Marilla, NY: Catharine Farley, 9 years old, daughter of Owin [sic] Farley (age 55) and Judith Farley (48).

 

BRAUNER, Frances.  See POCHEL, Frances.

 

BRENNAN, Bridget, 1835-1903.  Born in Ireland, wife of Martin (1823-1875).  Location D1.

  From the 1900 Census for the Brigit Brennan residence on Olean Road: head, widowed, born June 1839 in Ireland, no occupation.  Her sons John (age 32) and Martin (25) lived with her in the house she owned.

  From the 1875 Census for the Martin Brennan family in the 2nd Election District of Kingston, NY: Bridget Brennan, married, 40 years old, no occupation.  Wife of Martin (age 54).

BRENNAN, Martin, 1823-1875.  Born in Ireland, husband of Bridget.  According to the 1870 US census, he was a farm laborer living in South Wales.  Their children were Maggie Brennan (age 10), John Brennan (8), Minnie Brennan (6), and Michael Brennan (3).  By the 1880 census (when “Anna” was listed as the head of household), there was another child, Marten Brennan (b. March 1875).  Location D1

  From the 1875 Census for the Martin Brennan family in the 2nd Election District of Kingston, NY: Martin Brennan, married, 54 years old, teamster.  Husband of Bridget (age 40).

BRENNAN, Minnie.  See TACKBARY, Minnie M.

 

BRUCATO, Sarah, 5 Jan 1927-12 Sep 1930, at age 3.  Location E4.

  From the NYS Death Index: Sarah Brucato died September 12, 1930, in Buffalo, NY.

 

BRUNEMIER, Helen Mary, 1906-1 Jul 1994.  Formerly Helen Wedgewood and Helen Baetzhold.  Daughter of Louis and Macella Coyle Baetzhold.  Wife of Albert D. Wedgewood and Ted Brunemier, sister of Agnes Baetzhold Foland.  Location D2.

  From the 1950 Census for 451 Bodine in Clarence NY:  Helen M. Wedgewood, wife of Albert D. Wedgewood (age 48), married, 44 years old, no occupation.  Mother of Thomas (age 17).

  From the 1940 Census for 120 Hartwell Road, Buffalo, NY: 34 years old, married to Albert Wedgewood (age 38).  Their son is Thomas (age 7), no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1930 Census for 558 Oakwood Avenue: Helen Wedgewood, daughter of Louis and Marcella Baetzhold, wife of Albert Wedgewood (age 28), mother of Albert (1 year and 2 months), 24 years old, no occupation.

  From the 1920 Census for 330 Oakwood Avenue: Helen Baetzhold, 13 years old, daughter of Lewis and Marcella Baetzhold, sister of Charles (age 19) and Agnes (9).

  From the 1925 Census for 330 Oakwood Avenue: Helen Baetzhold, 19 years old, school.

 

CARINI, Ronald J., 1941-14 Mar 1942, at about age 1.  Location B4.

 

CASSIDY, John, 1812-30 Jun 1876.  Location E3.

  From the 1870 US Census: John Cassady (57), Ann (56), Patrick (26), Jane (20), Frances (18), resided in 1870 in Elma, Erie, NY.

  From the 1865 Census: John Cassidy (53), wife Anna (52), Mary (23), Patrick (20), Winnefred (18), Jane (14), Frances (13), resided in 1865 in Elma, Erie, New York.

  From the 1855 Census: John Cassady (age 42), wife Anna (41), Bridgett (17), Mary (15), Ann (13), Patrick (11), Catherine (8), Jane (5), Frances (3), resided in 1855 in Aurora, Erie, New York.

 

CIPRO, Carl, 1914-1915, at about age 1.  Location A1.

 

CLARK, Ruth.  See FISK, Ruth

 

CLARRY, George, 1893-1893, as an infant.  Son of Jeremiah and Mary Clarry.  Location C5.

CLARRY, Jeremiah A., 1853-1910 (or Apr 1852-1910).  Location D5 and family marker C5.

  From the 1900 Census for the Jeremiah Clarry residence on Walnut Street: owner, born April 1852 in New York State, husband of Mary Clarry, stone mason. Children at this address are John H (age 20), Jeremiah (17), Ellen (16), Bertha (14), William (11), and Frankie (9).  [George, who died as an infant, would have been about 7 if he was still living at the time of this census.]

CLARRY, Mary, 1854-1928 (or Jun 1853-1928).  Nee Tully.  Daughter of Bridget Tully.  Location D5 and family marker C5.

  From the 1910 Census for 278 Walnut Street: Mary Clarry, owner, widowed, 55 years old, no occupation.  Children at this address: Jeremiah A (age 28), Bertha (23), William (21), Frank (19).

  From the 1900 Census for the Jeremiah Clarry residence on Walnut Street: born June 1853, wife of Jeremiah Clarry, immigrated from Ireland in 1868, no occupation, mother of ten children, nine of whom are still living.

 

CLEARY, Margaret.  See DEHECK, Margaret C.

 

CONRON JR., William E., 27 Aug 1933-8 Mar 2000.  Husband of Anita.  Father of William, Daniel, Matthew, and Wesley.  Location A4. 

  From the Buffalo News: Died suddenly, March 8, 2000 in Tampa, FL; of East Aurora, NY; beloved husband of Anita LeClaire Conron; father of William E. III of Winnetka, IL, Daniel J. (Maryceleste) of East Aurora, NY, Matthew J. (Elizabeth) of Wesley Chapel, FL, and Timothy P. of Chicago, IL; grandfather of Brendan M. and Anne M. Conron; son of the late Hilda Martin and William E. Conron Sr. formerly of Newport, RI; brother of Anne C. (Edward) Redden of Amelia Island, FL. Family will receive friends on Sunday evening 7-9 PM at the WOOD FUNERAL HOME, 784 Main St., East Aurora, NY. Mass of Christian Burial directly from Immaculate Conception RC Church, 520 Oakwood Ave., East Aurora, on Monday at 10 AM. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Parkinson's Research Fund, University of Rochester, c/o Debbie Baker, 1351 Mount Hope Ave., Suite 220, Rochester, NY 14620 or 'Friends of the East Aurora Library' would be appreciated.  Interment will be private.

  From the 1950 Census for 15 Powell Road in Newport RI:  son of William and Hilda Conron, 16 years old, single, no occupation.  Sister of Anne D Conron (age 12).

  From the 1935 Rhode Island State Census: William Edward Conron, Jr., lived at 92 Kay Street, Newport RI.

 

COYLE, Marcella.  See BAETZHOLD, Marcella.

COYLE, Mary.  See HUGHES, Mary T.

[The relationship between Marcella Coyle Baetzhold (b. 1879) and Mary Coyle Hughes (b. 1825), if any, has not been identified.]

 

CUNNINGHAM, Patrick, 31 July 1825 - 4 Sep 1891.  A Native of County Meath, Ireland.  Location E3.

  From the East Aurora Advertiser, September 10, 1886: “Paddy Cunningham’s mule ran away recently, and only a charge of buckshot would stop him.” 

  From the East Aurora Advertiser, March 24, 1882: “Paddy Cunningham wishes that the person who borrowed his jack-screw would be kind enough to return it.”

  From the 1875 Census for the Patrick Cunningham residence in Elma: Patrick Cunningham, 50 years old, husband of Catherin, brother of Thomas, stone mason.

  From the 1865 Census for the Patrick Cunningham residence in Elma: Patrick Cunningham, 37 years old, husband of Catherine (age 48), stepfather of Joseph McLaflin (age 19), farmer, owns farm.

  From the 1860 Census for the Patrick Cunningham residence in Aurora (Willink Post Office): Patrick Cunningham, 30 years old, brother of Thomas (age 31), single, farm laborer.

 

DAMON, Harry F., Jul 1899-30 Mar 1904, at about age 5.  Son of Franklin (1874-1941) and Mary Damon (b. 1878).  Location C5.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, April 7, 1904: He died suddenly at his home on Wednesday night, March 30, 1904.  “He was one of the prettiest and brightest boys in the place.”

  From the NYS Death Index: Harry F. Damon died March 30, 1904, in East Aurora, NY.

  From the 1910 Census for the Franklin H. Damon residence on Hamburg St, East Aurora: Franklin Damon (a barber, now 36) and Mary Damon (now 32) have one living child, Kenneth (age 8).  [This census record supports the conclusion that Franklin Damon and Mary Damon are the parents of Harry Damon who died in East Aurora in 1904.]

  From the 1900 Census for the Frank Damon residence on Gardeau Street, Perry, NY: son of Frank Damon (age 26) and Mary Damon (22), born July 1899 in New York State.  [The record indicates that Mary Damon also had another child, who predeceased Harry.]

 

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Andrew A Deheck

DEHECK, Andrew A., 10 Sep 1869-23 Apr 1935.  He was born in Sheldon, NY.  He married Margaret Cleary (1875-1958) on January 12, 1897.  Father of Marion Decheck Schwartz (1899-1980).  Mr. Decheck worked on the Roycroft campus.  Location D5.

  From the Immaculate Conception Church Book of Marriages: Andrew Deheck and Margaret Cleary were married on January 12, 1897.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, April 25, 1935: He lived at 257 South Grove Street.

DEHECK, Margaret C., 23 Jul 1875-4 Jul 1958.  Nee Cleary.  Wife of Andrew Decheck (1869-1935).  Mother of Marion Decheck Schwartz (1899-1980).  Location D5.

  From the 1950 Census for 255 South Grove Street:  head of household, 74 years old, widowed, housework.  Her brother William Cleary (age 61) lived with her.

  From the 1940 Census for 255 South Grove Street: owner, widowed, 64 years old, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.  Her brothers, William Cleary (age 51) and Jerry Cleary (age 58), lived with her.

  From the Immaculate Conception Church Book of Marriages: Andrew Deheck and Margaret Cleary were married on January 12, 1897.

DEHECK, Marion.  See SCHWARTZ, Marion.

 

DENZEL, Elmer Joseph, 1901-24 Nov 1901, as an infant.  Location C2.

DENZEL, John Frank, 1873-26 Jul 1939, husband of Valeria (Link) Denzel.  Location D2.

  From the 1930 Census for 248 Walnut Street: owner, 56 years old, married to Valeria since age 26, janitor for the New York Telephone Company.

  From the Immaculate Conception Church Book of Marriages: John Denzel and Valerie Link were married on June 5, 1900.

 

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Valeria Denzel

DENZEL, Valeria M. Link, 9 Jun 1872-21 Jan 1958 (age 85 years), in the Mr. and Mrs. Christian Link family on IC History page 15.  Location D2.

  From the Immaculate Conception Church Book of Marriages: John Denzel and Valerie Link were married on June 5, 1900.

  From the 1940 Census for 248 Walnut Street: owner, widowed, 67 years old, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1930 Census for 248 Walnut Street: 57 years old, wife of John, no occupation.

  From the 1892 Census for First Election District of the Town of Aurora: V. Link, age 19, born in USA.  Her occupation is milliner.

  From the 1880 Census for the Christian Link residence in Wales, NY: Phaleria, 8 years old, daughter of Christian and Catherine Link.

 

DIGANGI, Joseph, 1876-1960, married Rose DiGangi.  Location B4.

  From the 1950 Census for 623 Persons Street:  head of household, 73 years old, married to Rose, no occupation.  Born in Italy.  Father of Sarah (age 39) (Paul, 34) Sheehan.  Grandfather of Joseph Sheehan (7) and Chas. Francis Sheehan (2).

  From the 1940 Census for 623 Persons Street: owner, married, 63 years old, gardener.  Same address 4/1/35.  Born in Italy.

DIGANGI, Lucia, 1 Jun 1917-31 Dec 1919, at age 2.  Location B4.

DIGANGI, Rose, 1888-22 Mar 1951, husband of Joseph DiGangi.  Location B4.

  From the NYS Death Index: Rose Digangi died March 22, 1951, at the age of 62, in East Aurora, NY, of heart disease.  (The cause-of-death code is 420, acute pericarditis.)

  From the 1950 Census for 623 Persons Street:  wife of Joseph, 61 years old, married, no occupation. 

  From the 1940 Census for 623 Persons Street: resident, married, 51 years old, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

 

EADEN, Mary, 1854-7 Jul 1931.  Widow of A. Frank Johnson and then Jesse Eden (Eaden).  Mother of William Johnson, Frank Johnson, Charles Johnson and Fred Johnson.  Grandmother of Alice Johnson (1908-1923) who is also buried here.  Location B5.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, July 9, 1931: Wife of the late Jesse.  Mother of William Eaden, Frederick Eaden, and the late Frank Johnson.

  From the 1930 Census for 430 Oakwood Avenue: mother (of William Johnson, age 53), widowed, 75 years old, living in the household of William and Ella Johnson.

  From the 1920 Census for 449 Main Street: owner, widowed, 66 years old, no occupation.    

  From the 1910 Census for 449 Main Street: Mary “Eden”, wife of Jesse, second marriage, 50 years old, no occupation.  Son is 28 year old Fred Johnson.

  From the 1900 Census for the Jesse Eden residence on Park Place: married to Jesse Eden for 12 years, born June 1854 in New York State, no occupation.  Sons are Frank (age 22) and Frederick (Age 20)

  From the 1880 Census for the A. Frank Johnson residence on Spruce St, Buffalo: Mary Johnson, married to A. Frank Johnson, 26 years old, keeping house. Three sons, William (age 4 years), Frank (2 years), Charles (1 month).

 

EDELHOFER, Emma, wife of Max Edelhofer.  d. 5 May 1914.  Location A1.

  From the NYS Death Index for Emma Edelhofer 1914-05-05: It shows that an Emma Edelhofer from the Town of Aurora died on May 5, 1914.

 

EDEN, Mary.  See EADEN, Mary.

 

EGGERT, Albion.  1865-1865, as an infant.  Son of Ferdinand Eggert (1822-1900) and Elizabeth Eggert (1825-1896).  Location D3.

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EGGERT, Edward, 1857-1901.  Son of Ferdinand Eggert (1822-1900) and Elizabeth Eggert (1825-1896).  Location D3.

  From the 1870 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in South Wales: Edward, 13 years old.

  From the 1865 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in the Town of Aurora: Edward, 9 years old.

EGGERT, Elizabeth, 23 Apr 1825-20 Jul 1896.  Born Elizabeth Shields, in France.  Wife of Ferdinand Eggert (1822-1900).  Mother of nine children, Mary, Elizabeth, Louis, Rosa, Josephine, Edward, Caroline, Charles, and Albion.  Location D3.

  From 1880 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in East Aurora: Elizabeth Eggert, 55 years old, wife of Ferdinand, keeps house.

  From the 1870 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in South Wales: Elizabeth, born in France, 45 years old, keeping house.

  From the 1865 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in the Town of Aurora: Elizabeth, 40 years old, wife of Ferdinand.  Their children are Mary (13), Elizabeth (12), Louisa (11), Edward (9), Caroline (5), and Josephine (3).

  From the 1855 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in the Town of Aurora: Elizabeth, 30 years old, married to Ferdinand.

EGGERT, Ferdinand Edward, 20 Apr 1822-8 Jun 1900.  Wife of Elizabeth (1825-1896).  Son of Rochus and Maria Eggert.  Father of Mary, Elizabeth, Louis, Rosa, Josephine, Edward, Caroline, Charles, and Albion.  He was born in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.  Location D3.

  From the 1900 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence on Olean Street: owner, widowed, born Apr 1822 in Germany, immigrated in 1849, shoemaker.

  From the 1880 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in East Aurora: Ferdinand Eggert, 58 years old, husband of Elizabeth.  Their son is Charles Eggert (age 13) and their niece is Elizabeth Scheull (15).  Shoemaker.

  From the 1870 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in South Wales: Ferdinand, with Elizabeth (age 45), the children are Mary (18), Edward (13), Caroline (10), Josephine (8), and Charles (3), 48 years old.  His occupation is a shoemaker.

  From the 1865 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in the Town of Aurora: Ferdinand, 45 years old, husband of Elizabeth, shoemaker.

  From the 1855 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in the Town of Aurora: Ferdinand, 33 years old, married to Elizabeth.  Their children are Mary (age 3), Elizabeth (2), Louis (1), and Rosa (2 months).  His occupation is a shoemaker.

EGGERT, Josephine.  b. ~1862.  Daughter of Ferdinand Eggert (1822-1900) and Elizabeth Eggert (1825-1896).  Location D3.

  From the 1870 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in South Wales: Josephine, 8 years old.

  From the 1865 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in the Town of Aurora: Josephine, 3 years old.

EGGERT, Mary, 1852-31 Jan 1904, was one of the donors of the stained-glass windows in 1902 (IC History page 20).  Daughter of Ferdinand Eggert (1822-1900) and Elizabeth Eggert (1825-1896).  Location D3.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, February 11, 1904: She was born on January 12, 1852, in East Aurora.

  From the 1900 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence on Olean Street: single, born Jan 1852 in New York State, no occupation, daughter of Ferdinand.

  From the 1870 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in South Wales: Mary, 18 years old, "at home".

  From the 1865 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in the Town of Aurora: Mary, 13 years old.

  From the 1855 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in the Town of Aurora: Mary, 3 years old.

EGGERT, Rosa.  b.~Apr 1855.  Daughter of Ferdinand Eggert (1822-1900) and Elizabeth Eggert (1825-1896).  Location D3.

  From the 1855 Census for the Ferdinand Eggert residence in the Town of Aurora: Rosa, 2 months old.

 

ERNST, Helen, 23 May 1869-6 May 1925.  Nee Ferdinand.  Daughter of John Ferdinand (1839-1896) and Ann Maria Kuhns (1842-1922).  Mother of Laverne Lewis Ernst (1904-1983), Clifford Charles Ernst (1907-1975), Daniel J. Ernst (1911-1980), Thersia (Teresa) V. Ernst (1898-1919), James A. (1909-1944), Frances K. Ernst (b. 1896), Lawrence Ferdinand Ernst (1894-1918), Robert Wilson Ernst (1914-1988), Edward Daniel Ernst (1900-1977), Evelyn Ernst (1903-1991), Jerome Ernst (1902-1961), and Henry Ernst (b. 1905).  Location C4.

  From the East Aurora Advertiser, May 7, 1925:  Wife of Leonard.  Mother of France, Edward, Jerome, Lavern, Clifford, James, Daniel, Robert, an the late Lawrence and Theresa.

  From the 1910 Census for 465 Main Street: 40 years old, wife of Leonard.

  From the 1900 Census for the Leonard Ernst residence on Main Street: wife of Leonard, born May 1859 in New York State, no occupation, mother of 8 children including Lawrence (age 6), Frances (4), Thresea [sic] (2) at this address.

ERNST, Jerome L., 1902-1961.  Son of Leonard (1863-1940).  In the 1940 census, he lived with his father and brother and a cousin at 516 North Street.  Location C3.

  From the 1910 Census for 465 Main Street: 7 years old, son of Leonard and Helen Ernst.

  From the 1940 Census for 516 North Street: resident, single, 37 years old, carpenter in a planning mill.  Same address 4/1/35.

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ERNST Lawrence F., 30 Sep 1894-14 Jun 1918 (other reported birth dates are September 1893 and September 30, 1895).  U.S. Marines.  Background pattern

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  From the East Aurora Advertiser, August 22, 1918: He was born on September 30, 1894.  Two months after his death, a telegram dated August 15, 1918, to Helen Ernst said, “Deeply regret to inform you cablegram from abroad states that Private Lawrence F. Ernst, Marine Corps was killed in action June fourteenth.  Remains will be interred abroad until end of war.”

  From the US Veterans Administration Index Card for Lawrence Ferdinand Ernst: Pvt, USMC, birth date is September 30, 1895

  From the 1910 Census for 465 Main Street: 15 years old, son of Leonard and Helen Ernst.  His occupation is a carpenter.

  From the 1900 Census for the Leonard Ernst residence on Main Street: son of Leonard and Helen, age 6, born Sept 1893 [sic] in New York State, attending school.

  From Aurora Revisited, page 82: Lawrence F. Ernst was the first East Aurora resident to make the ultimate sacrifice in World War I.  He was killed in action June 14, 1918.  In his memory, the village named the short street at the circle Ernst Place.

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ERNST, Leonard, 1863-13 Apr 1940.  In 1920, he erected the cross on the old church after the original was struck by lightning (IC History page 62).  According to the 1940 census, at the time of his death, he was a widow and lived at 516 North Street in East Aurora, with two sons, Jerome (1902-1961) and Robert, and a niece, Gertrude Happ.  Location C4.

  From the 1940 Census for 516 North Street: owner, widowed, 77 years old, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From 1910 Census for 465 Main Street: owner, 47 years old, married to Helen for 18 years.  Their children are Lawrence (age 15), Frances (13), Theresia (12), Edward (9), Jerome (7), Laverne (5), Clifford (3) and James (1).  His occupation a carpenter.

  From the 1900 Census for the Leonard Ernst residence on Main Street: owner, married to Helen, age 36, born Jan 1864 in New York State, carpenter.  Also living here: Helen (age 31), Lawrence (6), Frances (4), Thresea [sic] (2), a sister, Veronica Ferdinand, and a boarder.

ERNST, Teresa V., Mar 1898-22 Jun 1919.  Location C3.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, June 26, 1919:  Teresa Ernest [SIC] died June 22, 1919.  Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ernst.  Survived by seven brothers and sisters.

  From the 1910 Census for 465 Main Street: “Theresia”, 12 years old, daughter of Leonard and Helen Ernst.

  From the 1900 Census for the Leonard Ernst residence on Main Street: “Thresea”, daughter, age 2, born March 1898 in New York State.

 

ESS, Caroline.  See YOUNGERS, Caroline Ess.

ESS, Emma M., 1897-Nov 1898, age about 1 year.  Daughter of Nicholas Ess (1858-1934) and Emma Youngers Ess (1859-1946), sister of Lillie, Clarence, Maude, Floyd, Andrew, Arthur, and Florence (later Dodge).  Niece of Caroline Ess Youngers.  According to the 1900 census, the family lived on Grove Street, as neighbors to the Kyser and John Marshall families.  Location A3.

 

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FARLEY, Anthony J., 1899-1985.  Son of William and Rose Farley.  He was among the upper grade pupils of 1910 (IC History page 27), and the donors in 1978 (IC History page 105).  Lived in Marilla, NY.  Location C2.

  From the 1950 Census for the Farley Residence on Porterville Ostrander Road:  head of household, 49 years old, married?, farmer.  Brother of Julia Farley v(age 40).

  From 1940 Census for Porterville Aurora Road in Marilla: single, 41 years old, brother of Julia (age 39), farmer.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1930 Census for the Anthony J Farley residence on Persons Road in Marilla: owner, single, 32 years old, farmer. Son of William Farley (age 77), brother of Julia Farley (30).

FARLEY, Catherine.  See BRADY, Catherine.

FARLEY, John J., 20 May 1894-30 May 1913.  Son of William and Rose Farley.  Location E3, and family marker E4.

  From the East Aurora Advertiser, June 5, 1915:  He died May 30, 1915, at the age of 19 years and 10 days.  Don of William Farley.  Brother of Anthony and Julia.

  From the 1900 Census for the Owen Farley residence in Marilla, NY: son of William and Rose Farley, age 6, born May 1894 in New York State, grandson of Owen Farley.

FARLEY, Julia, b. about 1814, d. 28 Apr 1891.  Second wife of Owen Farley (1810-1900).  Lived in Marilla, NY.  Location E2.

  From the 1880 Census for the Owen Farley residence in Marilla, NY: Julia Farley, married to Owen, 66 years old, keeping house.

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FARLEY, Julia C., 1899-1982.  Daughter of William and Rose.  She was in the middle grades of 1910 (IC History page 26), and a donor in 1978 (IC History page 105).  Location E3.

  From the 1930 Census for the Anthony J Farley residence on Persons Road in Marilla: 30 years old, single, no occupation. Daughter of William Farley (age 77), sister of Anthony J. Farley (32).

FARLEY, Owen, 10 May 1810-4 Oct 1900.  Husband of Julia Farley.  Location E2.

  From the 1900 Census for the Owen Farley residence in Marilla, NY: owner, widowed, born May 1810 in New York State, age 90, farmer.  Father of William Farley (age 47).

  From the 1880 Census for the Owen Farley residence in Marilla, NY: Owen Farley, 68 years old, married to Julia (age 66), farmer. Children living with them are Rebeca (age 38), Kate (30), and William (26).

  From the 1855 Census for the Owin Farley residence in Marilla, NY: Owin [sic] Farley, married to Judith (age 48), 55 years old, farmer. Father of John (age 16), Rebecca (14), Catharine (9), Anthony (6), and Margaret (4).

FARLEY, Rose B., 1862-8 Aug 1902.  Location E4.

  From the 1900 Census for the Owen Farley residence in Marilla, NY: married to William Farley, mother of three, John (age 6), Anthony (3), and Mary (1), born Dec 1861 in New York State, no occupation.

FARLEY, William F., 1853-24 Dec 1937.  Location E4.  Son of Owen and Judith Farley.

  From the 1930 Census for the Anthony J Farley residence on Persons Road in Marilla: widowed, 77 years old, father of Anthony J Farley (age 32) and Julia Farley (30), no occupation.

  From the 1900 Census for the Owen Farley residence in Marilla, NY: son of Owen Farley, married to Rose Farley, born Jan 1853 in New York State, farmer.  Father of John (age 6), Anthony (3), and Mary (1).

  From the 1855 Census for the Owin Farley residence in Marilla, NY: William Farley, son of Owin [sic] Farley (age 55) and Judith Farley (48), 2 years old, five siblings.

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FERDINAND, Helen.  See ERNST, Helen.

 

FISK, John E., 1871-9 Apr 1925.  Husband of Ruth Fisk (1872-1923).  Father of Elsworth Fisk (b. 1900).  Location C3.

  From the 1920 Census for the John Fisk residence on Billington Road in Elma: owner, 52 years old, married to Ruth, farmer.

  From the 1910 Census for the John Fisk residence on Blood Road in Elma: renter, 40 years old, married to Ruth, father of Elsworth (age 10), farmer.

FISK, Ruth C., 1872-1923.  Daughter of John Clark and Caroline Baker Clark.  Wife of John Fisk (1871-1925).  Mother of Elsworth Fisk (b. 1900).  Location C3.

  From the 1910 Census for the John Fisk residence on Blood Road in Elma: 38 years old, mother of six children, including Ellsworth (then age 10).  Married to John, no occupation.

  From the 1920 Census for the John Fisk residence on Billington Road in Elma: 47 years old, married to John, immigrated from England in 1892.

 

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FOX, Sherman A., 1894-27 Jan 1909, at about age 14. Location A5.

  From the 1905 Census for the Christopher C Fox family in Wales, NY: Sherman A Fox, age 10, son of Christopher C Fox (age 51) and Anna Fox (48).  Brother of Robert M Fox (19), James V. Fox (17), Sylvester F. Fox (14), and William R. Fox (8).

 

FUEST, Charles E., Mar 1905-2 Oct 1923.  Location B4.

  From the 1920 Census for the Frank Fuest residence on Mechanic Street: 14 years old, son of Frank (age 43) and Catherine (37).  Brother of Lawrence (age 17) and Mary (4).

  From the 1905 Census for Aurora, A.D. 08, East Aurora Village, E.D. 01: Charles Fuest, son of Frank (age 29) and Catherine (22).  2 months old, as of June 1, 1905.

FUEST, Lawrence, 4 Dec 1902-12 Sep 1989.  Son of Frank and Catherine Fuest.  Husband of Dorothy Fuest and Marion Fuest (1905-1958).  Location B5

  From the 1940 Census for 502 Sycamore, Buffalo: renter, 37 years old, married to Marian, laborer, W.P.A.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1920 Census for the Frank Fuest residence on Mechanic Street: 17 years old, son of Frank (age 43) and Catherine (37).  Brother of Charles (age 14) and Mary (4).

FUEST, Marian E., 9 Jul 1905-24 Sep 1958.  Location B5.  Wife of Lawrence Fuest (1902-1989)

  From the 1940 Census for 502 Sycamore, Buffalo: 34 years old, wife of Lawrence.  They are the parents of Donald (9 years), Rita (age 6 years), Patricia (5 months) and Phyllis (5 months).  Same address 4/1/35.

 

FUGLE, Frederick W., 1887-8 Jun 1925, husband of Gertrude George.  Location C1.

  Ad in the East Aurora Advertiser, July 22, 1925:  Shortly after his death, Mrs. Fugle began selling farm equipment, household goods, and an automobile.

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  Death notice in the East Aurora Advertiser, June 11, 1925:  Died June 8, 1925.  Husband of Gertrude.  Father of George and Norman. 

  From the 1920 Census for the Fred W Fugle residence on Two Rod Road in Marilla: owner, married to Gertrude, 32 years old, farmer.

FUGLE, Gertrude George, b. about 1896.  Wife of Frederick W. Fugle.  Location C1.

  From the 1920 Census for the Fred W Fugle residence on Two Rod Road in Marilla: married to Fred W. Fugle, 24 years old, no occupation.

 

GENTILE, Frances.  26 Sep 1917-28 Nov 1998.  Daughter of Italian immigrants John and Dominica (“Mary”) Gentile.  Sister of Paul, Pasquale, Rose (Rosa), and Dominic.  Frances lived at 524 Main Street in East Aurora in a small room with an accordion door.  She sometimes joined other ladies who met for coffee and breakfast at Charlie’s Diner, a short distance from her home.  She worked at the laundromat that was then located about a mile from her home in East Aurora’s Grey Street Plaza, and one of the ladies would occasionally drive her to work.  She was known as the flower lady to some, because she watered the flowers on Main Street. 

  From the Buffalo News, February 21, 2016: “The Gentiles lived in a neighborhood off Main Street in downtown Buffalo, and their father eked out a living working as a track man for the Steam Rail Road. When his wife died, he tried to keep the family together, but after a few years, the children were taken from him because of a lack of adult supervision while he was at work.  Paul and Dominic ended up as foster children working on a farm in North Collins.  The three older children were placed in orphanages.

  “Frances Gentile died as a teenager, they were told.”  However, “ ‘Aunt Frances lived in a room off Main Street in East Aurora, and she was known as the ‘flower lady’ because she watered the flowers on Main Street.’ ”

  From the Buffalo News, December 2-3, 1998: Frances Gentile.  Suddenly November 28, 1998, of East Aurora, NY.  A private, quiet lady who died leaving no known family members, but who was known by many in East Aurora.  No prior visitations.  Rev. Monsignor Kevin O'Neill of the Immaculate Conception RC Church, 520 Oakwood Ave, East Aurora, invites everyone who knew Frances to attend a Mass of Christian Burial to be held at the church on Saturday at 9 AM. Arrangements by the WOOD FUNERAL HOME INC., East Aurora, NY.

  From the United States Social Security Death Index.  Frances Gentile.  26 Sep 1917-28 Nov 1998.  Last place of residence was East Aurora, NY. 

  From yellowbook.com: Frances Gentile lived at 524 Main Street, East Aurora, NY [next to Bruce’s Automotive].

  From the 1940 Census for the Newark State School: patient, single, 23 years old.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1930 Census for 304 South Division Street Buffalo: 12 years old, daughter of John (a trackman, age 48) and Mary (38) Gentile.  Sister of Pasquale (14), Rosa (10), Paul (6), and Dominick (4).  Both parents immigrated from Italy in 1914, about 3 years before Frances was born.

  

GILBERT, Belle, 1862-12 Dec 1936.  East Aurora, NY.  Location C1.

  From the 1930 Census for 39 Maple Road: married to John, 68 years old, no occupation. Immigrated from Germany.

  From the 1900 Census for the John Gilbert residence in Elma, NY: “Balbina Gilbert”, married to john, born Oct 1862 in Germany, immigrated to USA.  Mother of 6 children: Henrietta (11 years), Florence (11 years), Frank (6 years), Delia (2 years), Amelia (2 years), and Pauline (11 months).  The similarities in age and Germany origin suggest that Belle Gilbert and Balbina Gilbert are the same person.

GILBERT, John C., 1860-1946.  Location C1.

  From the 1930 Census for 39 Maple Road: owner, married to Belle, 69 years old, laborer at a lumber mill.  Born in New York State.

  From the 1900 Census for the John Gilbert residence in Elma, NY: renter, born May 1860 in New York State, farm laborer.  Husband of Balbina Gilbert (age 37). Son of John (age 72 years). Father of Henrietta (11 years), Florence (11 years), Frank (6 years), Delia (2 years), Amelia (2 years), and Pauline (11 months).

GILBERT, Pauline, Jun 1899-17 Jun 1909, at about age 10. Location A2.

  From the 1900 Census for the John Gilbert residence in Elma, NY: daughter of John and Balbina Gilbert, born June 1899 in New York State.

 

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GLASE, Janet C., 1938-18 Mar 1996.  Nee Schnitzer.  She was part of the First Communion Class of May 20, 1945 (IC History page 33).  Location D5.

  From the Buffalo News: A Mass of Christian Burial for Janet C. Glase, 57, will be offered at 9 a.m. Thursday in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 520 Oakwood Ave., East Aurora. Burial in the church cemetery will be private.  Mrs. Glase died Monday (March 18, 1996) at Mitchell Campus of Hospice Buffalo, Cheektowaga, after a brief illness.  A lifelong resident of East Aurora, the former Janet Schnitzer graduated from East Aurora High School and worked for 15 years in Fisher-Price Toys' East Aurora plant. For the last five years, she tended bar at American Legion Post 362.  Surviving are three brothers, Robert E. Schnitzer of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Harold L. Schnitzer and William P. Schnitzer; two sisters, Doreen Heusinger of West Seneca and Betty Young; and a friend, Paul Luss.

  From the 1940 Census for 305 Gleed Avenue: Janet Schnitzer, 1 year old.  Daughter of William and Emma Schnitzer.  Sister of Harold (age 14), Doreen (8), William (12), Betty Rose (8), and Robert (4).

 

GLASS, Jane, 1864-1924.  Daughter of John and Mary Glass.  Location D1.

  From the 1880 Census for the Mary Rogers residence in East Aurora: Jane Glass, single, 16 years old, servant.

  From the 1865 Census for the John Glass residence in Elma: Jane Glass, 13 months old, daughter of John and Mary glass, sister of John (age 20), Samuel (15), George (6), and Mary (4).

GLASS, Mary Ann, 1831-20 Dec 1891.  Wife of John Glass.  Location D1.

  From the 1865 Census for the John Glass residence in Elma: Mary Glass, wife of John glass, 30 years old, mother of Jane Glass and others.

 

HAAF, Margaret.  See RAGAN, Margaret M.

 

HACKETT, Margaret.  See WILLIAMS, Margaret.

 

HALLARON, Marian.  1809-2 Jan 1896, at the age of 86.  The headstone simply says “Grandma Halloran”.  Location A4.

 

HAMMON (or HAMMOND), Elsie.  See MARSHALL, Elsie E.

 

HAYES, Frances E., 1913-1919, at about age 6.  Location A3.

  From the East Aurora Advertiser, March 27, 1919:

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  From the 1915 Census for the Elmer Hayes residence in Aurora: 2 years old, daughter of Elmer Hayes (age 38) and Rosa Hayes (32).  Sister of Raymond (8) and Mary (4).

 

HEINS, Eleanor M., 12 Apr 1926-Nov 1980.  Daughter of Frank and Margaret Heins.  Granddaughter of Anna Mary Osborne.  She was a contributor in 1978 (IC History page 109).  Location B1.

  From the 1930 Census for 42 Doat Street, Buffalo: 3 years 11 months old, daughter of Frank Heins and Margaret Heins.

  From the 1940 Census for 58 Center Street: 13 years old, daughter of Frank Heins and Margaret M. Heins.  Same address 4/1/35.

See Eleanor Heins in the Marshall Family Tree Information.

HEINS, Frank M., 13 Dec 1894-7 Jan 1950.  He married Mable Margaret Osborn on September 24, 1925.  Background pattern

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  From the 1930 Census for 42 Doat Street, Buffalo: renter, married, 34 years old, brakeman for the railroad.

  From the 1940 Census for 58 Center Street: owner, married, 45 years old, brakeman for a steam railroad.  Same address 4/1/35.

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Mable Margaret Osborne

HEINS, Mable Margaret, 6 Jan 1899-12 Oct 1958 (age 59 years).  Daughter of George and Anna Osborne.  Married Frank M. Heins on September 24, 1925.  Mother of Eleanor and Raymond.  Pictured with the Middle Grades of St Clara’s School in 1910 (IC History page 26).  Location B1.

  From the 1940 Census for 58 Center Street: Margaret M. Heins, married, 41 years old, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1930 Census for 42 Doat Street, Buffalo: Margaret Heins, married, 28 years old, no occupation.

  From the 1910 Census for the George Osborne residence on Center Street: Mable M. Osborne, 11 years old, daughter of George Osborne and Anna Osborne, sister of Mary E (age 19) and Ethel (17). 

HEINS, Margaret.  See HEINS, Mable Margaret

HEINS, Raymond, 10 Sep 1927-10 Dec 1935, at age 8.  Son of Frank and Margaret Heins.  Grandson of Anna Mary Osborne.  He died in Newark, NY.  Location B1.

  From the 1930 Census for 42 Doat Street, Buffalo: age 2 years and 6 months old, son of Frank Heins and Margaret Heins (age 31).  Brother of Eleanor (age 13).

See Raymond Heins in the Marshall Family Tree Information.

 

HENNESSEY, Dennis, 1868-1907.  Location B3.

HENNESSEY, Michael J., 1865-29 Aug 1926.  Location B3.

  From the 1925 Census for Collins A.D. 08, E.D. 03: Michael Hennessey, age 61.

  From an immigration document, the manifest of the steamer SS Canada, arriving from Liverpool and Queenstowne in Port of New York on June 16, 1873: It shows Michael Hennessey (age 7) and Dennis (age 5) immigrating from Ireland with parents Roger (age 40) and Ellen (30), and siblings Ellen (11?), Kate (4), Mark (3), Patrick (2), and Johanna (1 month).

 

HESMOND, Henry.  See HESSMAN, Henricum (Henry)

 

HESSMAN, Henricum (Henry).  ~1813-4 Jul 1889.  Location A5.

  From the NYS Death Index: Henry Hessman died July 4, 1889, in East Aurora, NY. 

  From the 1880 Census for the Henry Hessman residence in the Town of Aurora: Henry Hessman, 67 years old, born in England.  Married to Catherine (born in Ireland, age 57), father of George (13), works on a farm.

  From the 1870 Census for the Henry Hesmond residence in Buffalo: Henry, 57 years old, born in England.  Married to Catherine (born in Ireland, age 30).  Father of Thomas (14), William (12), Catherine (7), and George (4), who were all born in Ontario, Canada.  His occupation is laborer.

  From the 1862 Ontario, Canada Marriage Register: Married on April 29, 1862.  The bridegroom is Henry Hesmond, resident of Canboro, Ontario, born in England, age 34(?), son of Henry and Sarah Hesmond.  The bride is Catherine Ryan, resident of Dunnville, Ontario, born in Ireland, age 31, daughter of William and Margaret Nugent.  [This marriage record appears to be for the same Henry and Catherine Hesmond, but the ages are different than the census records.]

 

HORTON, Katie, 18 Apr 1865-5 Nov 1890.  Location E2.

  From the 1875 Census for the Henry Horton residence in Elma: Katie, 10 years old, daughter of Henry (age 40) and Catherine (39).  Sister of James (15), Mary Ann (14), John (12), Henry (8), Thomas (6), Theresa (4), and Elizbeth (5 months).

[Katie would have been 15 years old at the time of the 1880 census, but her name was not listed among the children in the Henry Horton residence in 1880.]

 

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HUBBS, Annie L., 1838-8 Nov 1912.  Location A5.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, November 12, 1912: Mrs. Anna Hubbs, widow of David Hubbs, was 74 years old at the time of her death.  She is survived by four children (Mrs. Charles Wright, Charles, Mrs. James Roach, and George.

  From the 1900 Census for the David S Hubbs residence on Sycamore Street: Annie L Hubbs, born April 1840 in Canada, wife of David (age 74).  Their children are George (25) and Loretta (22), no occupation. 

  From the 1880 Census for the David Hubbs residence in Aurora: Anna Hubbs, 39 years old, wife of David (farmer, age 53).  Their children are Mary (13), Charles (9), George (5), and Loretta (2).  She keeps house.

 

HUGHES, Mary T., Oct 1825-2 Sep 1909.  Was Mary Coyle.  Wife of Zachary Hughes.  Location D1.

  From the 1900 Census for the Mary T Hughes residence in Wales, NY: owner, widowed, born Oct 1825 in at sea, farmer.  Her daughter is Nancy Seibert.

  From the 1880 Census for the Zaccheus Hughes From the 1870 Census for the Zacheus Hughes residence in South Wales:  Mary Hughes, with nancy (age 11), 34 years old, keeping house..  in Wales, NY:  Mary T Hughes, 54 years old, born at sea.  Wife of Zaccheus (age 76), mother of Nancy S. Turner (19).

  From the 1870 Census for the Zacheus Hughes residence in South Wales:  Mary Hughes, 34 years old, with Nancy (age 11).

  From the 1860 Census for the Zachieous Hughes residence in Wales, NY:  Mary Hughes, born in Ireland, 25 years old.  His children are Julia (age 18), Laura (17), Casia (14), and Nancy (1).  [The older children are apparently Zachieous’ children from a previous marriage.]

  [The census reports from 1860 and 1870 imply a date of birth 1835-1836, but later census reports indicate 1825. The discrepancy is not resolved.]

HUGHES, Nancy.  See SEIBERT, Nancy.

 

JAWORSKI, Clara, 20 Sep 1920-18 Jul 1921, of pneumonia, at age 9½ months.  Daughter of George and Mary Jaworski of Jewett Road.  Sister of Chester, Leonard, Florence, Regina, and Charlotte.  Location A4.

  From the NYS Death Index: Clara Jaworski died July 18, 1921, in Aurora, NY.

  From geni.com: Clara Jaworski was born September 20, 1920.  She died in 1921 due to pneumonia.  Daughter of Adalbert Wojciech "George" Jaworki and Mary Jaworski
Sister of Chester Walter Jaworski; Brother Ralph Leonard Jaworsky; Florence J Suttles; Regina Jaworski; Charlotte Cathryn Jaworski and 2 others

  From 1930 Census for the George Jaworski residence on Jewett Road (for Clara’s family, 9 years after she died): George (age 50) and his wife Wary (46).  Their children are Chester (19), Leonard (18), Florence (17), Regina (14), and Charlotte (12).  In addition, Caroline (9) and Edward (6) were born after Clara died.

 

JERGE, Ellen, Feb 1862-28 Dec 1946.  In the 1880 census, she worked in a woolen mill.  In the 1940 census, Ellen Jerge (age 77) lived in her husband Herman Jerge’s home with his (and her?) son and a lodger in a house he owned at 510 Main Street in East Aurora.  Location B3.

  From the Immaculate Conception Church Book of Marriages: Herman Jerge (son of Jacob and Georgina Jerge) and Hellen Sutton were married on February 24, 1886.

  From the 1940 Census for 510 Main Steet: 77 years old, wife of Herman, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1930 Census for 510 Main Street: 68 years old, married, no occupation.

JERGE, Herman P., 8 Dec 1862-25 Sep 1946.  Son of Jacob C. Jerge (1830-1919) and Georgina Josephine Hess Jerge.  Husband of Ellen Sutton Jerge.  In the 1940 census, Herman Jerge (head of household, age 77) and his wife Ellen (age 77) lived with his son Herman Jr. (age 49) and a lodger in a house he owned at 510 Main Street in East Aurora.  Location B3.

  From Online Biographies: Jerge, Philip and Herman, Elma, are sons of Jacob Jerge, who came from Germany in 1848 and settled in Elma, where he learned the wagonmaker's trade. Later he bought out his employer, William H. Bancroft, and carried on the shop alone until 1887, when he sold out to his sons, Philip and Herman, and since then they have carried on the business of carriage and wagon building, building a large number of trucks and express wagons; they also do a large business in handling agricultural implements and also all kinds of blacksmithing, having two separate shops, one at Elma village and one on the Clinton street road. Both being thorough mechanics, they have been very successful and are looked upon as prominent businessmen in their line of work.

  From the Immaculate Conception Church Book of Marriages: Herman Jerge (son of Jacob and Georgina Jerge) and Hellen Sutton were married on February 24, 1886.

From the 1940 Census for 510 Main Steet: owner, 77 years old, married to Ellen , father of Herman Jr. (single, age 49), no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1930 Census for 510 Main Street: owner, 68 years old, married to Ellen (age 68), mechanic.  Children at this address are I. Lewis (age 36), Herman Jr. (38, laborer at a garage), and Vincent (26).

JERGE, Dr I. Lewis, 19 Aug 1893-31 Mar 1931.  Son of Herman Jerge (1862-1946) and Ellen Jerge (1862-1946).  He had two sisters and six brothers according to the newspaper article about his death.  Dr. Jerge was a well-known East Aurora physician.  Location B3.

  From the 1930 Census for 510 Main Street: resident, single, 36 years old, physician, M.D.

JERGE, Vincent A., 7 Nov 1903-5 Oct 1949.  Location B2.

  From the 1930 Census for 510 Main Street: resident, single, 26 years old, mechanic in a garage.

  From the 1940 Census for 700 Main Street, page 5B: rented, married, 34 years old, mechanic in his own garage.  Same address 4/1/35.  Husband of Armella, age 29, who lived in Hamburg NY five years prior.

 

JOHNSON, Alice M., 1908-1923.  Daughter of William and Ella Johnson.  Granddaughter of Mary Johnson Eaden (1854-1931) who is also buried here.  Location B4.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, June 14, 1923: Died June 9, 1923, from complications of a throat infection.  She was born on November 13, 1908.  Daughter of William W. and Ella Johnson.  Brother of Rolland.

  From the 1920 Census for 320 Walnut Street: daughter of William and Ella Johnson, brother of Rolland (age 16), 11 years old, her father was a printer in a print shop.

  From the 1910 Census for 316 Walnut Street: Alice M Johnson, daughter of William and Ella Johnson, 1 year and 6 months old, her father was an assistant pressman in a printing house.

JOHNSON, Mary.  See EADEN, Mary.

 

JUENKER, Josephine.  See YOUNGERS, Josephine R.

 

KEEM, Alvin E., 14 Sep 1895-31 Mar 1974.  Son of John and Catherine Keem.  Born in Sheldon, NY.  Died in Wales, NY.  Background pattern

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  Death notice from the archives of the Aurora Town Historian’s office: Son of Edward J Keem and Katherine Phillips Keem.  Brother of Albert, Ida, and Wilford.

  From the 1930 Census for the John Keem residence on Old Road in Wales, NY: son of John E. Keem, single, 35 years old, farm laborer.

  From the 1920 Census for the John Keem residence in Wales, NY: 24 years old, son of John.  Brother of Albert (12) and Willard (8), farm laborer.

KEEM, Catherine “Kate” Phillips, 1873-5 Apr 1928.  Married George Keem (1841-1929) on February 23, 1892.  Location E5.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, April 12, 1928: Wife of Edward.  Mother of Ida Suttle, Alvin, Albert, and Wilfred.  Sister of Barney Phillips.

  From the 1920 Census for the John Keem residence in Wales, NY: 46 years old, wife of John E. Keem, mother of Alvin (age 24), Albert (12), and Willard (8), no occupation.

KEEM, George, 12 Mar 1841-14 May 1929, was one of the donors of the stained-glass windows in 1902 (IC History page 20).  He was the son of Martin Keem (1811-1900) and Catharina Kornprobst Keem (1817-1894); husband of Mary Keem (1844-1920); and brother of Catherine Esse (1838-1911), Joseph (1843-1930), John (1845-1929), Nicholas (1848-1932), Jacob (1851-1927), and Augustus (1857-1945).  A picture containing background pattern

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  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, May 16, 1929:  Died May 14, 1929. Husband of the late Mary.  Father of Clara and William.

  From the 1910 Census for the George Keem residence in Elma: George Keem, 69 years old, owner, married to Mary, farmer.

KEEM, John Edward, 28 Jul 1869-13 Sep 1963, son of John Keem (1845-1929), married Catherine (“Kate”) Phillips Keen (1873-1928) on February 28, 1892.  Brother of Frank (1873-1944).  Location E5.

  From the 1930 Census for the John Keem residence on Old Road in Wales, NY: owner, widowed, father of Alvin and Welford, 60 years old, farm laborer.

  From the 1920 Census for the John Keem residence in Wales, NY: owner, married to Kate (age 46), 50 years old, farm laborer.

KEEM, Mary, 1844-1920.  Nee Jerome.  Daughter of Nicholas and Mary Jerome.  Wife of George (1841-1929).  “Sister” of Joseph Becker (1879-1922), who is also buried in this cemetery.  Location B2.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, June 10, 1920:  Died June 24, 1844.  Wife of George.  Mother of Clara and William.

  From the 1910 Census for the George Keem residence in Elma: Mary J. Keem, 65 years old, wife of George Keem.

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KINGSTON, Elsie Catherine, 1893-1908, at the age of about 15 years.  Daughter of Paul Joseph Kingston (1868-1939) and Nettie Maria Tackbary Kingston (1871-1963).  Sister of Edith (1894-1975), Joseph (1896-1896), Edward (1898-1972), and Florence (1901-1983).  Niece of John Tackbary (1858-1934), Emma Tackbary (1865-1890), and others.  Location A3.

  From ancestors.familysearch.org/en/KN7W-HG8/nettie-maria-a-tackbary-1871-1963: The Life Summary of Nettie Maria A.  When Nettie Maria A Tackbary was born on 16 March 1871, in Aurora, New York, United States, her father, HENRY TACKBARY, was 47 and her mother, BRIDGET DEVLINE, was 40. She married Paul Joseph Kingston on 24 May 1892.  They were the parents of at least 2 sons and 3 daughters. She lived in Wellsville, Wellsville, Allegany, New York, United States in 1905 and Aurora, Erie, New York, United States for about 20 years.  She died on 27 May 1963, in Wales, Erie, New York, United States, at the age of 92, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Aurora, Erie, New York, United States.

  From the 1905 Census for the Paul Kingston residence in the Village of Wellsville, E.D. 02: Elsie C. Kingston, 12 years old. Daughter of Paul and Nettie Kingston.

 

KROUSE, Bidd, 1860-1946.  Location B3.

  From the 1940 Census for 23 Paine Street: Bidd Krouse, rented, married, 79 years old, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1920 Census for the Louis Krouse residence on Hamburg Street: Bidd Krouse, 59 years old, wife of Louis Krouse,.

  From the 1910 Census for the Louis Krouse residence on Hamburg Road: Bridget Krouse, 49 years old, wife of Louis, mother of 3 children (but 1 was already deceased).

  From the 1892 Census for Second Election District of the Town of Aurora: Bidd Krouse, age 30, born in USA, no occupation.

KROUSE, Bridget.  See KROUSE, Bidd.

KROUSE, Louis, 1861-1942.  Location B3.

  From the 1940 Census for 23 Paine Street: renter, married, 79 years old, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1920 Census for the Louis Krouse residence on Hamburg Street: owner, 59 years old, married to Bidd, farm operator. Also at this address are his daughter Mabel Simons (31), “son” Roland Simons (31), and granddaughter Grace (1)

  From the 1910 Census for the Louis Krouse residence on Hamburg Road: Louis Krouse, owner, 48 years old, married to Bridget for 24 years.  Father of Grace M. (age 21) and Mabel C. (19), farmer.

KROUSE, M. Grace, Nov 1888-24 Apr 1913.  Location B3.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, May 1, 1913: Dies April 24, 1913.  She was born in WIllink in November 1888.  Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. louis Krouse.  Sister of Mabel.

  From the 1910 Census for the Louis Krouse residence on Hamburg Road: Grace M. Krouse, daughter of Louis and Bridget Krause, single, 21 years old, servant.

 

KYSER, Anna.  See ROBARGE, Anna.

KYSER, Carrie, 1864-1907 (or 1864-30 Dec 1906).  Daughter od Location E1.

  From the NYS Death Index: Carrie Kyser died 30 December 1906 in Collins, NY.  There is a discrepancy in the date of death between the grave marker (1907) and the NYS Death Index (1906).

  From the 1905 Census for Collins, A.D. Gowanda State Homes Hospital, E.D. 02: Carrie Kyser, 41 years old.

  From the 1892 Census for Erie County Poorhouse and Insane Asylum: Carrie Kyser, age 28, born in USA, domestic.

  From the 1880 Census for the residence of Dr. William Gail in East Aurora: Carrie Keiser, 15 years old, single, servant.

  From the 1875 Census for the Jacob Kaiser residence in the Town of Elma: Carrie Kaiser, 11 years old.

  From the 1870 Census for the Jacob Kaiser residence in the Town of Aurora: Carrie Kyser, 6 years old.

  From the 1865 Census for the Jacob Keyser residence in the Town of Aurora: Caherine Keyser, 2 years old.

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KYSER Jr., Charles A., Mar 1900-27 Feb 1921, was in the St. Clara’s middle grades in 1910 (IC History page 26).  Location B4.

  From the East Aurora Advertiser, March 3, 1921:  Son of Charles A. and Delia Kyser. 

  From the 1920 Census for the Delia Kyser residence on Main Street: single, 19 years old, son of Delia, coppersmith.

  From the 1910 Census for the Charles A Kyser residence on Center Street: Charles A. Kyser, Jr., 10 years old, son of Charles and Delia.

  From the 1900 Census for the Kyser residence on Grove Street: son of Charles (b. 1854) and Delia (b.1866).  Brother of Agnes (3) and Nellie (2), born in March.  The Kysers were neighbors to the John Marshall family.

KYSER, Christopher, 25 Dec 1849-27 Sep 1911.  Husband of Sarah (1854-1930, also called Lany, Lena).  Father of Rosa Kyser (1873-1881), Merret Kyser, and Harry Kyser (1875-1881).  Mr. Kyser was a parish trustee in 1893 (IC History page 14), and in 1894 he purchased the cemetery property for $100 (IC History page 15).  Mr. Kyser was in business with Joseph Steckmeyer in the firm of Kyser & Steckmeyer, a stonecutting and monument firm.  Location E1.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, October 5, 1911: About 1875, he came to East Aurora and entered the Campbells monument shops to learn the trade.  He later had his own monument business with various business partners through the years.  He was a devout Catholic and served as a church trustee for the last ten years of his life.  He was an active member of the Cazenovia Fire Company No. 1, and was its Vice President at the time of his death.

  From the 1910 Census for 155 Center Street: Christopher Kyser, owner, married to Sarah L. for 40 years, 61 years old, monumental (own shop), native of Germany.  Father of Merret (wife Florence).

  From an 1886 Insurance map: The Kyser and Tuite Marble & Granite Works was located on Main Street near Elm.  [Previously called 359 Main Street, but now 655 Main Street, where the Masonic Lodge is located].

  From the 1880 Census for the Christopher Keiser residence in Aurora: Christopher Keiser, married to Lena, 32 years old, marble polisher, father of Rosa and Harry.

  From the 1875 Census for the Christopher Kyser residence in Aurora: Christopher, husband of Lany (age 24), 28 years old, teamster.

  From Granite in 1899: Kyser & Steckmeyer, marble cutters, have bought the blacksmith shop on Church Street, back of the Opera House, and will fit it up for their business.

  From Online Biographies: Mr. Kyser, born in Baden, Germany, December 25, 1849, is a son of Jacob and Deckha Kyser, who came to Buffalo in 1853 and then to Elma, where his wife died in 1883. Mr. Kyser was educated in Buffalo and Elma and was a farmer until 1876, when he came to East Aurora, where he has been engaged in the monumental business.  He married, in 1869, Sarah L. Shaller of Elma, and they have three children, Rosa, Harry and Minett.  He is a member of the Empire State Degree of Honor.

  From 150 Years in Aurora, The Aurora Historical Society, 1968: In 1893, the little cemetery off Plan Road was bought from Mr. Twiss for $100.

KYSER, Dekanna, 1814-1892.  Nee Balen.  Wife of Jacob Kyser (1808-1910).  Location E1.

  From the 1880 Census for the Jacob Keyser residence in Elma: Decania, married to Jacob, 65 years old, Children are Bertha (age 22) and Jacob Jr. (19).

KYSER, Delia, 1866-1949 (or Jun 1865-1949).  Born in Ireland, immigrated in 1890.  Wife of Charles Kyser (Sr).  Their children are Frederick, Katie, Louis, Mary, Maggie, Nellie, Charles Jr., and Eva.  Location B4.

  From the 1920 Census for the Delia Kyser residence on Main Street: renter, widowed, 52 years old, laundry.

  From the 1910 Census for the Charles A Kyser residence on Center Street: wife of Charles.  44 years old, mother of Eva, Nellie, and Charles Jr. 

  From the 1900 Census for the Kyser residence on Grove Street: Delia, born June 1865 in Ireland, wife of Charles, immigrated in 1890, no occupation.  The children in this household are Frederick (b. 1881), Katie (b. 1882), Louis (b. 1884), Mary (b. 1886), Maggie (b. 1888).  The Kysers were neighbors to the Marshall family.  Note: there is a discrepancy in the birth date between the grave marker (1866) and the 1900 Census (June 1865).

KYSER, Harry N., 1875-1881, at about age 6.  Son of Christopher Kyser (1849-1911) and Sarah Kyser (1854-1930).  Location E1.

  From the 1880 Census for the Christopher Keiser residence in Aurora: Harry, son of Christopher and Lena, 4 years old.

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KYSER, Jacob, 8 January 1808-27 Oct 1910, at the age of 102.  Husband of Dekanna (1814-1892).  Location E1.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, November 3, 1910: He was born January 8, 1808, in Zurich, Switzerland.  Mr. Kyser was a cabinet maker and a farmer.

  From the 1910 Census for the Peter Robarge residence on Center Street: Jacob Kyser, 102 years old, father of Anna Robarge (56), widowed, immigrated from Germany in 1856.  Children are Bertha (age 22) and Jacob Jr. (19).

  From the 1880 Census for the Jacob Keyser residence in Elma: Jacob, 68 years old, married to Decania, farmer.

  From the 1860 Census for the Jacob Kyser residence in Aurora (Willink Post Office): Jacob Kyser, 42 years old, sawyer.  Others in family are ________[illegible, possibly Dicanna] (age 38), Bridget (age 12), Christian (14), Joseph (8), Anna (7), Barbary (5), Polka (3), and Catherine (2).

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KYSER, Mary Agnes, 10 Sep 1896-18 Mar 1901, at age 4.  “Agnes”.  Daughter of Charles Kyser and Delia Kyser (1866-1949).  Location A3.

  From the 1900 Census for the Kyser residence on Grove Street: Agnes Keyser, daughter of Charles and Delia Keyser, sister of Nellie (2 years) and Charles (2 months), born Sept 1896 in New York State.  The Kysers were neighbors to the Marshall family.

KYSER, Rosa N., 1873-1881, at about age 8.  Daughter of Christopher Kyser (1849-1911) and Sarah Kyser (1854-1930).  Location E1.

  From the 1880 Census for the Christopher Keiser residence in Aurora: Rosa, daughter of Christopher and Lena, 7 years old.

  From the 1875 Census for the Christopher Kyser residence in Aurora: Rosa, 1 year and 8 months old, daughter of Christopher (age 28) and Lany Kyser.

KYSER, Sarah M., 1854-13 Jun 1930.  Nee Sarah L. Shaller.  Wife of Christopher Kyser.  Mother of Rosa (b. 1873-1881), Harry (b. 1875-1881), and Merritt (b. 1883).  Sister of Mary Miller (1877-1932) and Samuel Shaller.  Location E1.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, June 19, 1930: Sarah M. Kyser, died June 13, 1930.

  From the 1930 Census for 59 Center Street: Sarah M. Kyser, owner, widowed, 76 years old.

  From the 1910 Census for 155 Center Street: Sarah L. Kyser, 53 years old, wife of Christopher Kyser for 40 years.

 

LAWRENCE, Barbara, 1844-1914.  Wife of Joseph.  Mother of Joseph Jr, John, Henry, and Mary.  Location A2.

  From the 1910 Census for the Joseph Lawrence residence in Colden: wife of Joseph Lawrence, mother of 4 children, 68 years old.

  From the 1880 Census for the Joseph Lawrence residence in Colden: Barbara, married to Joseph.  Born in Bavaria.  35 years old, keeps house.

LAWRENCE, Joseph, 1842-1922.  Husband of Barbara.  Father of Joseph Jr, John, Henry, and Mary.  He was a farmer and later a carpenter in a sawmill.  Location A2.

  From the 1910 Census for the Joseph Lawrence residence in Colden: owner, 69 years old, married for 48 years to Barbara.  He was a carpenter in a sawmill.

  From the 1880 Census for the Joseph Lawrence residence in Colden: Joseph, married to Barbara.  born in France, 42 years old, farmer.  Their children are Joseph Jr (age 16), John (14), Henry (10), and Mary (8).

 

LENNON, Charles L., 1887-30 Oct 1891, at about age 4.  Location E2.

  From the NYS Death Index: Charles L. Lennon died October 30, 1891, in the Town of Aurora.

  From FamiliSearch.org.  Charles Lennon G7YQ-WWY (1887-1891) is the son of George Washington Lennon and Elizabeth Hoyer Lennon.

  From the 1892 Census for Second Election District of the Town of Aurora (1 year after Charles’ death): Bookkeeper George Lennon and Libbie Lennon, with their children John (8), George (6), and Florence (3). 

 

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LINK, Reverend Aloysius, 1 Feb 1883-25 Nov 1933.  Born in East Aurora, NY, to Christian Link (1849-1922) and Catherine Link.  His siblings include Helina (d. 1966), Flavia (d. 1971), Valeria Denzel (1872-1958), Edward J Link (1874-1894), Frank X Link (1878-1883), and Leo G Link (1892-1968).  Rev. Link was the Diocesan Director of the Society of the Propagation of the Faith in the Diocese of Buffalo at the time of his death on November 25, 1933, of pneumonia, at the age of 50.  He studied for the priesthood at Our Lady of the Angels Seminary in Niagara Falls and was ordained a priest on June 10, 1911. After two assignments as assistant pastor, he was appointed pastor of St. John the Baptist parish in West Valley on February 28, 1922. On March 1, 1926, he became first Director of the Society and two months later was relieved of his pastorate to devote full time to the missions. Father Link was very zealous in promoting the missions and spoke often in parishes and even organized the Catholic Students Mission Crusade to promote the missions among young people. He served as chaplain of St. Mary of the Angels convent in Williamsville for several years until July 1931.  Father Link was also founder of the former Sisters of the Divine Child, which ministered to the poor and spiritually neglected.  At the time of his death, these sisters had over 5,000 children under their spiritual care.  Location D2.

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LINK, Catharine, 20 May 1852-9 Aug 1947.  Wife of Christian Link (1849-1922).  Location D2.

  From the 1940 Census for the Rev. Leo Link residence on Seneca St.: 87 years old, mother of Fr. Leo, a Catholic priest (age 47), widowed.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1920 Census for the Christian Link residence on Prospect Avenue: 66 years old, wife of Christian.

  From the 1915 Census for the Christian Link residence in Aurora: married to Christian.  Son is John Link and daughter is R. Link (both age 42).

  From the 1910 Census for the Christian Link residence in Aurora: 58 years old, wife of Christian, mother of Caroline Link (age 22) and Leo Link (19).

  From the 1892 Census for First Election District of the Town of Aurora: Catherine Link, age 40, born in USA, housekeeper.

  From the 1880 Census for the Christian Link residence in Wales, NY: Catherine, 29 years old, married to Christian, keeping house. Born in Alsace (France).

 

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LINK Sr., Christian, 4 May 1849-6 Mar 1922, among the early Catholic families in East Aurora (IC History page 12).  Mr. Link was a parish trustee in 1893 (IC History page 14), and “C. Link” was also a donor for stain glass windows that were installed in 1902 (IC History page 20).  Husband of Catharine Link (1852-1947).  Their children are Fr. Aloysius, Valeria, Edward, Louise (Sr. Helena), Frank, Msgr. Leo, Caroline (Sr. Flavia), Christopher, Albert (manager of Aurora Chevrolet), Christian Jr.  Location D2.  Aloysius and Leo were ordained as priests.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, March 23, 1922: He was born in Bowmansville, May 4, 1849. “He conducted a meat market on Main Street for over 25 years.”  Brother of Mrs. John Swartz and Peter Link.

  From the 1920 Census for the Christian Link residence on Prospect Avenue: renter, 70 years old, married to Cathrine, no occupation.

  From the 1915 Census for the Christian Link residence in Aurora: 66 years old, married to Catherine.  Son is John Link and daughter is R. Link (both age 42).

  From the 1910 Census for the Christian Link residence in Aurora: owner, 61 years old, married to Catherine for 38 years, farmer.  Children at this address are Caroline link (age 22) and Leo link (19).

  From the 1892 Census for First Election District of the Town of Aurora: C. Link, age 42, butcher.  Children are V. (age 19), Edward (17), Louisa (15), Christa (11), Alias (9), Carrie (6), and Albert (4).

  From the 1880 Census for the Christian Link residence in Wales, NY: Christian, 31 years old, married to Catherine, farmer, born in Loraine (France). Children are Phaleria M (age 8), Edward j (6), Louisa (3), and Frank (1).

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LINK, Edward J., 29 May 1874-29 Aug 1894.  Location D2.

  Death notice from the East Aurora Advertiser, August 31, 1894: Died at age 20 of typhoid fever.

  From the 1892 Census for First Election District of the Town of Aurora: Edward Link, age 19, born in USA, butcher.

  From the 1880 Census for the Christian Link residence in Wales, NY: Edward J, 6 years old, son of Christopher and Catherine Link.

LINK, Frank X., 24 Aug 1878-20 Jun 1883, at age 4.  “Frankie.”  Location D2.

  From the 1880 Census for the Christian Link residence in Wales, NY: Frank, 1 years old, son of Christian and Catherine Link.

LINK, Valeria M. (or Phaleria M.)  See DENZEL, Valeria.

 

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Richard Little

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LITTLE, Richard Paul, 8 May 1915-2 Jan 1937, was the son of Mr. John and Mary Little, and the brother of Margaret M. Little of East Aurora, Frank E. Little of Fredonia, and George T. Little of Avon, NY; grandson of George and Anna Mary Osborne (1866-1934); cousin of Frank Wittkas (1919-1921), Eleanor Heins (1926-1980), and Raymond Heins (1929-1935); cousin of Frank Wittkas (1919-1921); great grandson of Jacob Marshall (1837-1909) and Elizabeth Marshall (1838-1939).  He was in the First Communion Class of 1922 (IC History page 28).  He was born May 8, 1915, in East Aurora, NY.  He was a member of the Holy Name Society of Immaculate Conception Church, and a volunteer fireman with Chemical Hose Company #1.  He was employed by the A.R Gundry Company, a Rochester hauling company.  At the age of 21, Mr. Little suffered fatal injuries when a truck he was driving from Bradford PA to North Tonawanda crashed and capsized at a railroad crossing on Sheridan Drive in Tonawanda.  The truck was loaded with 4,140 gallons of gasoline, and a terrific blaze followed the accident.  It is believed that he died of a fractured skull before the flames reached his body.  Source: newspaper articles.  Location C2.

  From the 1930 Census for 567 Oakwood Avenue: 14 years old, son of Mary Little and John W. Little, who was a lumber-mills truck driver.  Brother of Margaret (age 19) and Frank (21).

May 2021: Thanks to Judy Morganti for providing a picture of Richard, which was taken shortly before his death.

See Richard Little in the Marshall Family Tree Information.

 

LOGEL Jr., Charles P. (Carl), 1923-1944.  Charles served as a 1st Lt., 87th Fighter Squadron, 79th Fighter Group, U.S. Army Air Force during World War II.  He enlisted in the Army Air Corps on August 31, 1942, in Buffalo, New York.  He was noted, at the time of his enlistment, as being employed in the building of aircraft, and as single, without dependents.  Charles was killed in action during the war and was awarded a Purple Heart.  Background pattern

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  From the 1940 Census for 14 Church Street: Carl, 17 years old, son of Carl and Alice, single, no occupation.  Same address 4/1/35.

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  From the 1940 Census for 14 Church Street: Carl, 46 years old, renter, married to Alice.  Father of Helen (18), Carl (17), and Robert (10).  Carpenter, house construction.  Same address 4/1/35.

  From the 1920 Census for 464 Oakwood Avenue: Carl, 27 years old, son of Philip and Julia J. Logel, single, house carpenter.

  From the 1910 Census for 464 Oakwood Avenue: Charles P, 16 years old, son of Philip and Julia J. Logel.

  Death notice from the archives of the Aurora Town Historian’s office: Husband of Alice Lockwood.  Survived by six grandchildren.

LOGEL, Julia J., 1865-1 Jun 1939, Wife of Philip Logel (1862-1951).  Location E3.

  From the 1930 Census for 494 Oakwood Avenue: 64 years old, wife of Philip Logel since age 23, mother of James (age 27).

  From the 1920 Census for 464 Oakwood Avenue: 53 years old, married to Philip.

  From the 1910 Census for 464 Oakwood Avenue: 44 years old, married to Philip for 22 years.

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LOGEL, Philip 1862-22 Jan 1951. The Logels were among the early Catholic families in East Aurora (IC History page 12).  In 1895, Philip was a parish trustee (IC History page 16) and he was a trustee for many years according to a comment on IC History page 22.  Philip was a cabinet maker who supervised the building of wooden alters and communion rails in 1902.  His family lived in a home that was next to the church (IC History page 19).  He was one of the financial sponsors inscribed on the 800-pound church bell and they are among the sponsors of stained-glass in 1902 (IC History page 20).  Philip Logel contracted the carpentry work for the new rectory in the early 1900s.  He also built a shed for horses and buggies at the rear of the church.  Philip and Julia are pictured with their children on IC History page 31.  For several years, one of their children rang the church bell every day at noon and 6:00 p.m.  Location E3.

  From the 1930 Census for 494 Oakwood Avenue: owner, 67 years old, married to Julia since age 26.  Father of James (age 27), carpenter.

  From the 1920 Census for 464 Oakwood Avenue: owner, married to Julia.  Their children are Carl (age 27), Edward (24), Marion (20) and James (16), 56 years old, house carpenter.

  From the 1910 Census for 464 Oakwood Avenue: owner, 46 years old, married to Julia for 22 years.  Their children are Leo (age 20), Sylvester (18), Charles P. (16), Edward (13), Marion (9), and James (7).  Carpenter for a contractor.

 

 

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