RESIDENTS OF FAYETTEVILLE, NY, DURING THE 1940's


Fayetteville in the 1940's was a quiet village with a population of just over 2,000.  The nationwide post-WWII housing boom and improved roads, which made commuting to jobs in nearby Syracuse more practical, caused Fayetteville's population to double over the next three decades.  It is now a bustling and very desirable suburb, noted for its affluent citizenry, excellent schools, and very low crime rate.

In 1942--the period just before rapid growth--the Fayetteville Directory Association collected the names and addresses of all those served by the Fayetteville post office.  This data was published and sold for just $1 a copy.  The booklet also included the husband's place of employment, and the wife's given name.  Only the names of their children over 18, and still living at home, were listed.  

I obtained an original copy of the directory, and, realizing that there is a limited--and diminishing--time frame beyond which the data is unlikely to be preserved, I decided to track down all those listed in the booklet, and their children.

What follows is the information that has been obtained in the course of this project..  It has been gathered from old newspaper accounts, directories, census records, other governmental records, alumni lists, and, in rare cases, from personal recollections.  In all, I have found additional data on about 98% of those listed.   While a good faith effort has been made to verify the accuracy of what is related here, very often the records are incomplete or even contradictory, and confirmation is not possible.  Therefore, the information here should be considered as tentative, or suggestive, but certainly not definitive.

Anyone who can suggest changes, corrections, or additions, or who can provide any "clues" to the present whereabouts of those listed, is encouraged to do so.  You can send me email by clicking here. You can also sign the Guestbook at the bottom of this page.  Thanks very much for your interest.

   Edward Hutchison 




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William H. Abbott and Laurel Henderson Abbott lived on the Reservoir Rd. by 1941, having lived previously in PA, and at 1136 Lancaster Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Abbott was born in Willamantic, CT, on 12-11-1900.  He was the director of admissions at the Manlius  Military School, and was also the founder and  director of the Adirondack Woodcraft Camp--a boy's summer camp in Old Forge, NY.  Later, Mr. Abbott was on the staff of his alma mater, the School of Forestry at Syracuse University.  Mrs. Abbott was born about 1900, and the couple wed about 1920.  She  worked for several years as an assistant librarian, and was residing on Duguid Rd. in Fayetteville at her death on 10-27-1956.  Mr. Abbott wed Elizabeth Chisholm, of NYC, on 1-6-1958.  He died on 6-24-1978, while they were living in Blacksburg, VA.  William and Laurel Abbott had:  Carolyn Henderson Abbott, who was born about 1924, graduated from Wheaton College, worked at Bristol Labs as a lab technician, wed James Farrell Foertch on 9-11-1946, and lived in Marcellus, NY, and Barbara Louise Abbott, who was born about 1927, graduated from the National College of Education in 1950, taught in Baldwinsville, NY, wed William R. Brooks, and lived in AL.

Francis A. Ackerman and Edith Osborne Ackerman lived at 152 N. Burdick St. by 1942.  Mr. Ackerman was born 5-17-1895.  He retired in 1960 as the traffic manager at the Crucible Steel Co.  Mrs. Ackerman was born 2-12-1898, and the couple wed about 1921.  She worked as a secretary for a stock brokerage firm.  The couple resided in Claremont, NH, when Mr. Ackerman died on 1-13-1987, and Mrs. Ackerman died on 3-26-1988.

Dorothy R. Adcook lived on E. Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Miss Adcook was born 11-4-1897. She was the daughter of George and Lillian Tucker Adcook, and thus was a member of a pioneer Fayetteville family that dated back to the Revolutionary War era.  Miss Adcook graduated from the Oswego Normal School (now the SUNY-Oswego) and for many years was superintendent of art in the Weehawken, NJ, school district.  After returning to Fayetteville she was an interior decorator and dress designer.  Miss Adcook died in Carthage, NY, on 10-13-1976.

Arthur C. Agan and Harriet "Hattie" Worden Agan lived at 400 S. Manlius St. by 1926.  Mr. Agan was born in 1868 in Fayetteville.  He was postmaster for the village, a grocer, and, later, superintendent of the Fayetteville Cemetery.  The couple married in Fayetteville on 2-19-1901.  Mrs. Agan was born in Elkhorn, NY, in 1872, and died on 7-5-1944.  Mr. Agan died on 7-22-1945.  They had:  Hiram Agan, and Franklin Agan.  (See their listings below.)

Emma Jean Agan lived at 210 S. Manlius St. by 1927.  Miss Agan was the sister of John R. Agan, (see his entry below).  She was a native of Fayetteville and worked for the New York Telephone Co. and The Manlius School.  Miss Agan lived her final years at the home of Mrs. Charles Mabe, on Cherry Valley Turnpike in Manlius, where she died on 6-11-1959, at age 86.

Franklin Arthur Agan and Virginia Cathers Agan lived at 400 S. Manlius St. by 1937.  Mr. Agan was born 1-24-1914, and was a lifelong resident of the Fayetteville area.  He served in the ETO during WWII, and was active with the local volunteer fire department.  Mr. Agan worked as an inspector at the Precision Castings Co., and retired in 1979 as the quality control manager for the Cast-O-Matic Corp.  He died on 9-21-1982, at his summer home in Cazenovia, NY.  Mrs. Agan was born in Syracuse on 3-30-1918.  She was an executive secretary at the Precision Castings Co., and died at home on 6-23-1985.  They had a son:  William A. Agan, who lived in Cazenovia.

Hiram C. Agan, Sr., and Erma Meyer Agan lived at 211 W. Genesee St. by 1942, and later returned to his parent's family home at 400 S. Manlius St.  (See the listing above for Arthur Agan.)  Mr. Agan was born on 12-14-1903, and studied music at Syracuse University, graduating in 1925.  He played the piano at various clubs in CNY--the Club Candee, Snell's Ballroom, and Suburban Park--and then spent several years working in Watertown, NY, and Boston, before returning to Syracuse where he met his future wife.  The couple married on 10-29-1930.  Mr. Agan gave half hour private lessons for a dollar, and for 30 years was the organist at Fayetteville Methodist Church.  He also was the superintendent of the Fayetteville Cemetery.  Mrs. Agan was born on 2-17-1907, and graduated from CCBI, (the Central City Business Institute).  She was a legal secretary, last employed by Judge Raymond Barth.  Mrs. Agan died in Fayetteville on 3-25-1974.  Mr. Agan moved to Charlotte, NC, in 1994, and resided there at his death on 6-21-2001, at age 97.  They had:  Hiram Agan, Jr., who wed Edith Bubbe and Jeanne Agan, worked as a dispatcher for the NY Telephone Co., and lived at 323 McLennan Ave. before moving to Charlotte.

Joanna Call Agan lived at 602 Orchard St. by 1927.  Mrs. Agan was born about 1884, and died on 11-2-1943.  She was the widow of Clarence Agan, who died on 5-21-1927, at age 52.  They had a son, Arthur W. Agan, who was born on 9-6-1903, graduated from Syracuse University's law school in 1925, and was a senior partner with the firm of Hancock, Dorr, Ryan, and Shove.  He was interested in local history and was known for his skills as a story teller.  Mr. Agan lived many years in Fayetteville, but was living at 1310 Park St. in Syracuse at his death on 12-20-1978. 

John R. Agan and Nellie Kane Agan lived at 325 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier in Syracuse, and at 341 North Mill St.  Mr. Agan was born in September, 1879, and was a native of Fayetteville.  He worked as a millwright at the Precision Castings Co. for many years.  Mrs. Agan was born in 1880, and the couple married about 1919.  She died on 9-7-1945, and Mr. Agan died on 1-29-1959.  

Sarah Fargo Agan lived at 509 Clinton St. by 1927.  Mrs. Agan was born about 1854, and was the widow of William Darwin Agan.  Mr. Agan was born on E. Genesee St. on 3-31-1854, and the couple married on 2-12-1874.  He worked in the furniture industry and became superintendent of the Collin, Arnold, and Sisson Furniture Co.  He left that firm to become superintendent of the village cemetery, and died on 5-20-1923.  Mrs. Agan died on 8-20-1943.  They had:  Lena Almina Agan, who was born about 1875, wed Wallace Calvin Goodfellow on 6-4-1896, and died on 6-26-1944.  

Frederick Thomas Ager and Erma McNutt Ager lived at 560 E. Genesee St. by 1937, having resided in Toledo, OH, until about 1929.  Mr. Ager was born about 1903, and operated a garage and a used car business.  He died on 2-26-1953.  Mrs. Ager was born 8-21-1905, in Toledo, OH.  After Mr. Ager's death, Mrs. Ager was a secretary at Walter White's Restaurant in DeWitt.  She lived in the Lyndon Trailer Park, but had moved to Manlius before her death in a nursing home in Syracuse on 8-17-2000.  Mrs. Ager was 94, and had 23 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren.  They had:  Gerald Ager, who wed Judith Osborn, divorced in 1985, and married Pamela Ingraham in Canastota, NY, on 12-28-1985, and lives now in Sherrill, NY, Richard L. Ager, who was born about 1933, worked as a supervisor for the John Harland Co. in Salt Lake City, and died in November, 1987, James F. Ager, who was born on 1-19-1928, served in the Korean Conflict, married Marion Richer, retired from the Edlund Manufacturing Co. after 49 years, and lived in Fayetteville at his death on 4-28-2005, Thomas F. Ager, who wed Elaine Ann Boisey, and lives in Kirkville, NY, Frederick L. Ager, who was born on 12-19-1937, married Claude Ager on 6-6-1958 in Nice, France, retired from the USN in 1997 as a Chief Machinists Mate, founded his own company, patented a refrigeration device, and resided in Ocala, FL, at his death on 1-28-2003, Audrey Ager, who was born in Toledo on 9-5-1924, married Jay Glenn Case, worked for the Manlius Publishing Co., and resided in Fayetteville before her death on 1-27-2005, Carol Ager Witten, who lives in Chittenango, and Sharon Ager Grome, who was born on 1-21-1945, and lived in Weedsport, NY.

Clayton Robinson Ainsley and Mary C. Ainsley lived at 612 Oakwood Ave., having purchased the home in 1940.  Mr. Ainsley was born on 12-22-1898.  He was a tool supervisor for the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Corp.  Mrs. Ainsley was born on 8-7-1901.  They were both born in IN, and married about 1923.  The couple moved to Tavares, FL, where Mr. Ainsley died in September, 1966, and Mrs. Ainsley died on 6-16-1982.  They had:  Joseph Minor Ainsley, who was born in Indianapolis on 6-7-1929, was a construction worker, and died on 5-15-1996, while residing in Mt. Dora, FL.

Arnold J. Albrecht and Margaret H. Albrecht lived on McLennan Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Albrecht was born about 1915.  He was a shoe designer for a family owned firm, and later worked at Therm, Inc., as an engineer.  The couple wed in Marcellus, NY, on 5-13-1938, and reside now in Ithaca, NY.  They had:  Jacob A. Albrecht, and Greta Albrecht Waterman. 

Hyman Alderman and Jessie Besserman Alderman lived at 103 Orchard St. by 1942.  Mr. Alderman was born on 6-23-1911, and attended the Rochester School For The Deaf.  The couple wed in October, 1939.  Mr. Alderman was a filer at the Precision Castings Co., and Mrs. Alderman worked at Jeans Beans, Inc.  The couple lived in Clearwater, FL, and later moved to Blounts Creek, NC, where Mr. Alderman died on 12-20-1994.  

Raymond C. Alesch and Alice Alesch lived at 117 E. Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Alesch was a clothing buyer for the E. W. Edwards store in Syracuse.  A Raymond A. Alesch and his wife, Dorothy Degenhart Alesch, lived at 8 Pickwick Rd., in DeWitt, by 1950.  It can not be determined if this couple is the same as the couple who lived in Fayetteville.  The latter couple lived on Bellevue Ave. in Syracuse and in Rochester before moving to DeWitt Acres.  Mr. R. A. Alesch was a native of Wisconsin and served in WWII.  Dorothy Alesch was probably born on 8-31-1918.  R. A. Alesch is also listed as a buyer for the E. W. Edwards store.  He was born on 6-9-1906, in Grand Chute, WI, and died 7-14-1999, in Buffalo, at age 93.  Dorothy Alesch died there on 11-28-2001.

Artie Everson Alexander lived at 113 Elm St. by 1925.  Mrs. Alexander was the widow of Bernal Alexander.  Mr. Alexander was born about 1882, and lived in Manlius before coming to Fayetteville about 1919.  He was a carpenter, and in late 1922 he fell while working at the Pratt residence on Genesee St.  Mr. Alexander's injury left him bed-ridden and eventually caused his death on 4-27-1931.  Like her husband, Mrs. Aexander was a life long resident of the Fayetteville area.  She was born on 1-30-1891, and died on 6-27-1989, at age 88.  They had a daughter:  Marian G. Alexander, who was born on 6-15-1910, wed Fred W. Tygert, retired in 1972 after 32 years with the Unity Mutual Life Insurance Co., lived her entire adult life in Fayetteville, and died on 1-12-1989.

Ada C. Allen lived at 100 North Park St. by 1937.  Miss Allen was born in August, 1881, and was a maid in a boarding house operated by her mother.  She was a life resident of the Fayetteville area, and, following her mother's death, she lived at the North Park St. home with her widowed sister, Gertrude Powlesland.  Miss Allen died on 9-29-1943.  

Lester Allen and Catherine Moriawitz Allen lived at 408 S. Manlius St. by 1937.  They lived at 123 Elm St. in 1926, and in later years lived at 211 S. Manlius St.  Mr. Allen was the maintenace superintendent for the Syracuse Suburban Railroad, but retired in 1959 after 25 years as the boiler foreman at the Stickley furniture factory.  Mrs. Allen, a native of Ireland, was born about 1883, and moved to Fayetteville about 1903.  She died on 10-12-1956, and Mr. Allen died on 6-24-1960, at age 82.  Their children:  Burrill J. Allen, who was born on 9-5-1907, had a heating and plumbing company, and died on 11-24-1975, John Vincent Allen, who was born about 1918, served in WWII, wed Elizabeth "Betty" Jane Dougherty on 5-27-1947, and was the assistant postmaster in Fayetteville, and Camilla Katherine Allen McCarthy, who was born about 1910, retired from General Electric after 33 years of service, lived in Syracuse most of her life but resided in Pulaski, NY, at her death on 3-16-1996.  Mrs. Allen's birth name was sometimes rendered as Moriarty.

Karl Allseits lived in the home of Mrs. Lillian Carpenter at 101 Feeder St. by 1937.  Mr. Allseits was born on 11-12-1876.  As a young man, he was an iron worker in Albany.  About 1906, he married Lucy Allseits, and by 1910, they lived on South Beech St. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Allseits was born about 1867, and had been married previously.  She died in July, 1929, while the couple resided in Elkhorn--a town between Manlius and Cazenovia.  Mr. Allseits was a die caster at the Precision Castings Co. and later did paper hanging and other odd jobs.  He died on 10-25-1943.

Arvin Henry Almquist and Ruth Cheesman Almquist lived on Green Lake Rd. by 1930.  Mr. Almquist was born about 1901, and was a native of New Haven, CT.  He graduated from the College of Forestry at Syracuse University in 1926.  Mrs. Almquist was born about 1904, and was from Seneca Falls, NY.  They wed in 1927, and by November of that year, Mr. Almquist was involved in the surveying and developing of land, just east of Fayetteville, that would become the 900 acre Green Lakes State Park.  When the Park opened in the summer of 1929, he was appointed its first superintendent.  Mr. Almquist served in that position until 1947, when he was appointed park engineer for the CNY State Parks Commission.  He held that position, and was living on Pierson Rd. in Fayetteville, at the time of his death on 11-13-1959.  Mrs. Almquist later worked as a receptionist at Precision Autos.  They had a son:  Richard A. Almquist, who was born in February, 1934, grew up on the Green Lakes property, and lives in Martville, NY. 

Eva F. Ammerman lived at 215 North Park St. by 1927.  Miss Ammerman was born in Manlius about 1876, and was the daughter of William and Elizabeth Ammerman.  At Mr. Ammerman's death on 7-10-1931, he was 86, and the last surviving member of a group of 65 Civil War veterans who formed the Fayettevllle Post of the Grand Army of the Republic about 1900.  Miss Ammerman taught school in Fayetteville and Orville (DeWitt).  She lived at 318 East Seneca St. in Manlius, and, at her death on 10-28-1958, at 814 Danforth St. in Syracuse. 

Egnar C. "Ted" Anderson and Lettie Woodard Anderson lived at 306 Collin Ave. by 1927.  Mr. Anderson was born on 3-28-1898, in Stockholm, Sweden, and came to America as a child.  Mrs. Anderson was born on 2-26-1900, and graduated from the Cortland State Normal School, (now the SUNY at Cortland).  The couple wed about 1920.  Mr. Anderson was a painting contractor, and later was a manager for the Stickley Furniture factory.  Mrs. Anderson was a school teacher in Fayetteville and Binghamton.  They lived in Homer, NY, but were residing in Chittenango at their deaths.  Mrs. Anderson died on 2-13-1977, and Mr. Anderson on 3-31-1979.

James C. Appleton and Ida Fabing Appleton lived at 107 Mechanic St. by 1942, having lived earlier on Jamesville Rd. in DeWitt.  Mr. Appleton was born on 9-27-1888, and worked 27 years for the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., where he was a stationary fireman.  About 1909, Mr. Appleton married Ruby A. Appleton, who was born about 1889.  She died on 3-16-1916.  He then wed Ida Fabing about 1917.  She was born about 1886.  Mr. Appleton died on 2-17-1966, and Ida Appleton died on 2-13-1969.  James and Ruby Appleton had:  Florence R. Appleton, who was born about 1911, graduated from CCBI, worked as a stenographer and librarian, married Earl C. Dodge, and was residing in Baldwinsville at her death on 12-15-1986. 

Frances Penoyer Aprahamian lived at 408 E. Genesee St. by 1942.  Mrs. Aprahamian married John N. Aprahamian, from Saratoga Springs, NY, on 12-31-1930.  He was born in 1907, and died in 1945 in Saratoga County, NY.  Mrs. Aprahamian was an award winning skeet shooter, and died about 1955. She and her daughters assumed the surname Lee, probably in the late 1940's.  They had:  Beverly Faith Aprahamian Lee, who was born in May, 1932, married Robert E. Launt on 12-15-1962, was a dental technician for Dr. Martin Colby in DeWitt, was, like her mother, a champion skeet shooter, and lives in Manlius, and Hope Aprahamian Lee, who was a church soloist, chosen Rose Queen in Syracuse in 1950, wed George Campbell, Jr., lived in Pulaski, NY, but died in Myrtle Beach, SC, 1-22-1987. 

Collin Armstrong and Grace Carpenter Waterman Armstrong lived at 532 East Genesee St. by 1920.  Mr. Armstrong was born 7-28-1890, and was a member of the Class of 1911 at Alfred University--the first class to graduate from the school.  He was the president of the Armstrong Insurance Co., a firm begun about 1895 by his father, Augustus Tremain Armstrong, with offices in the Heffernan Building in Syracuse.  Collin Armstrong was a leading figure in Syracuse and Fayetteville civic affairs for more than 50 years.  Mrs. Armstrong was born on 5-18-1888, and wed on 9-3-1915, in Medford, MA.  She was a graduate of Tufts University and was a teacher and district manager for the Klad-Ezee children's clothes company.  Mrs. Armstrong's mother, Grace Carpenter Waterman, lived alternately with the Armstrong family, and with another daughter in Montclair, NJ, while spending many summers on Cape Cod.  Mrs. Waterman was born about 1865, and was the widow of John A. Waterman.  She died in Syracuse on 11-16-1945.   Mrs. Armstrong served as chairman of the Fayetteville Red Cross during WWII.  She died on 8-30-1950, and Mr. Armstrong later married Mary Jane Armstrong.  He died on 7-6-1969.  Collin and Grace Armstrong had:  Charlotte Armstrong, who was born about 1916, received the Silver Cross Award from the Girl Scouts for her bravery in rescuing two people from drowning, married Corson Dexter Lewis on 10-24-1940, and resided in CA, HI, Mexico City, and many places before her death in Farmington, NM, on 5-3-1998, Hanna "Ann" Armstrong, who was born in 1918, married Ronald F. Smith, was a teacher in Orchard Park, NY, and moved to Coral Gables, FL, and Collin "Bud" Armstrong, III, who was born on 3-22-1921, attended VPI, served in WWII, married Elva Slack, was a construction engineer, and moved in 1962 to New Port Richey, FL, where he died on 3-6-1977.  

Hamilton Armstrong and Alice Darling Armstrong lived on Green Lake Rd. by 1942, having lived before at 719 DeWitt St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Armstrong was born in Fayetteville on 6-28-1899, and attended VMI.  . He was the president of the Crouse-Hinds Co.  Mrs. Armstrong was born in Bennington,VT, about 1896, and graduated from Wellesley College in 1919.  The couple wed about 1924.  Mrs. Armstrong died on 2-10-1974.  Mr. Armstrong later married Mary Elizabeth Armstrong and was residing in Hamden, CT, at his death on 4-1-1979.  Hamilton and Alice Armstrong had:  Hamilton Armstrong, Jr., who was born about 1926, wed Bonnie D. Brockway, graduated from Tufts University in 1949, was an executive at Crouse Hinds, Crucible Steel, and Carrier Corp., lived on Green Lake Rd., and died on 12-12-2011, and David Armstrong, who was born in 1929, married Marie Klossner, was an environmentalist and nature photographer, and lived in Fayetteville at his death on 6-17-1992.  Hamilton Armstrong, and his brother, Collin Armstrong, (see the entry above), descended from the Collin family--pioneers who came to the Fayetteville area about 1816.  At one time, their parents owned the house at 109 Academy St. which was the boyhood home of President Grover Cleveland.

Robert J. Arnold and Hildred Miller Arnold lives at 708 Oakwood Ave. by 1942, having lived earlier at 340 Wendell Terrace in Syracuse.  Mr. Arnold was born in Switzerland about 1898, and came to the United States in 1903.  He was a commercial photographer.  Mrs. Arnold was born about 1903.  The couple later lived in Cazenovia, and in 1976 moved to Mt. Dora, FL, where Mr. Arnold died on 4-20-1985, and Mrs. Arnold died on 6-25-1986.  They had a daughter.

Richard Aronson and Barbara Meyer Aronson lived at 411 Brooklea Dr. by 1941.  Mr. Aronson was born 3-5-1904.  He was a native of Winthrop, MA, but lived in the Syracuse area for 70 years.  Mr. Aronson was a 1926 graduate of Cornell University and received his law degree from Syracuse University in 1929.  He entered practice and had offices in the State Tower Building in Syracuse, before Gov. Nelson Rockefeller appointed him to the New York State Supreme Court in 1961.  Justice Aronson retired from this post in 1980, and worked until 1992 as a judicial hearing officer.  He was a coxswain on the Cornell rowing team and remained active in the sport as a race official.  Mr. Aronson was inducted into the National Rowing Hall of Fame in 1971.  He died on 8-3-1993.  Mrs. Aronson was born on 6-21-1915, in Pelham, NY.  She grew-up on Fifth Ave. in NYC--across the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Mrs. Aronson earned a degree in art history from Barnard College.  During the Cold War, she was an active volunteer in the USAF Ground Observer Corps.  Mrs. Aronson viewed an atomic blast in NV in 1957, witnessed an Apollo launch at Cape Canaveral, and flew as a passenger in several military jet aircraft.  She was active in efforts to save the old Loew's (Landmark) Theater in downtown Syracuse, and in numerous other civic and cultural causes.  Mrs. Aronson died on 8-24-1997.  They had:  Robert Aronson, who was born in Fayetteville in December, 1946, graduated from Emory University in 1968, attended law school at Cornell, and is an attorney in Springfield, MA, and Margery Aronson, an administrator at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, who moved to Seattle in 1976.

Frederick A. Arwine and Camilla Gates Arwine lived at 344 Highbridge St. by 1926.  Mr. Arwine was previously wed to Clara Adella Wilbur Arwine.  The first Mrs. Arwine was born in NY, on January, 1873, and died on 6-5-1915.  Mr. Arwine later wed Camilla Arwine, who was born about 1891, in Worcester, MA.  She was residing in Fayetteville at her death on 10-5-1947, while visiting her brother in Worcester.  Mr. Arwine was born in August, 1872.  He moved to Fayetteville about 1921, and was the secretary and treasurer of the Stickley Furniture Co. until he retired in 1939.  Mr. Arwine served as a director of the Fayetteville Commercial Bank, and was also elected to the Village Board.  He died on 5-13-1946.  Mr. Arwine and Clara Arwine had a son, Carlton I. Arwine, who was born in March, 1899, married Ruth M.  Moyer about 1930, lived in Binghamton, and died there about April, 1950.

Gerald Wentworth Avery and Emma LeBeau Avery lived on Cleveland Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Avery was born on 1-10-1893, and grew up in Essex County, NY.  He was an auditor for the Syracuse Suburban rail line, a salesman for the Central City Electrotype Co. in Syracuse, and retired about 1963 after 25 years as an accountant for the Evans and Bennet firm.  The couple lived at 906 Ackerman Ave. in Syracuse when Mr. Avery died on 8-24-1968.  Mrs. Avery was born on 10-12-1898, and died in May, 1989.

Glenn L. Babcock and Mary P. Babcock lived at 109 S. Burdick St. by 1926.  Mr. Babcock was born in Tully, NY, about 1871.  He came to Fayetteville as a young man and was in the insurance and real estate business.  Mr. Babcock married previously in about 1896.  Mary Babcock was born about 1871, and she wed Mr. Babcock about 1908.  She died on 9-22-1959, at age 88.  Mr. Babcock died on 7-18-1960.  An obituary in the local newspaper referred to Mr. Babcock in these words:  "He was a witty conversationalist, a staunch Republican and a prolific writer of letters to the editor..." His sister, Barbara Babcock Jarvis, also lived in Fayetteville.  (See the listing for Percy Jarvis.)

Lawson R. Babcock boarded at 203 North Park St. by 1930, and lived at 511 Clinton St. by 1937, at 202 Spring St. by 1942, and at 611 Clinton St. by 1948.  He was born about 1904, was a laborer for the Stickley Furniture Co. a machine operator for the Precision Castings Co. and a salesman for the Stark Nursery Co.  Mr. Babcock married Gretchen Grossman about 1945, and the familly moved to Chittenango a few months before Mr. Babcock died at home on 4-16-1950.  Mrs. Babcock later married Peter J. Gibson, a widower.  He was wed to Catherine W. Gibson at her death on 10-13-1968.  Mr. Gibson was a native of Auburn, NY.  He was born on 7-2-1903, and came to DeWitt in the late 1920's.  As a young man, Mr. Gibson was a professional roller skating teacher at St. Nicholas' Arena in NYC.  Later he worked as an electrician for the Precision Castings Co. in Fayetteville for 32 years, before retiring in 1973.  Mr. Gibson was the roller coaster operator at Suburban Park in Manlius, and ran small trains for children at the State Fair for many years.  Mr. Gibson died on 11-8-1978.  Mr. and Mrs. Babcock had:  Steven L. Babcock, who was born in 1947, and lived in Liverpool.

Lovern Hill Babcock lived at 307 Clinton St. by 1900.  Miss Babcock was born in October, 1872, and was the daughter of William S. Babcock and Sarah C. Babcock.  She was very active in Fayetteville art and literary circles. Miss Babcock was also an accomplished pianist, and gave private piano lessons.  She was a patient in a Syracuse nursing home for more than a year before her death on 3-15-1945.

George Peter Bacel and Esoline Harris Bacel lived at 110 Washington St. by 1930.  Mr. Bacel was born in Germany on 6-27-1898, and came to this country when he was about 10 years old.  He was a machine worker at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Bacel was born on 5-7-1899, and was a native of DeRuyter, NY.  The couple married on 12-26-1919.  Mr. Bacel died on 9-5-1975, and Mrs. Bacel died on 5-23-1979.  Their children:  George Henry "Pete" Bacel, who was born in September, 1920, had his own beauty parlor and later worked for the USPS, married Lorraine Clara Norman on 5-25-1946, and lived in Lakeland, FL, at his death on 3-3-2010, and Esoline Bacel Ketcham, who was born in 1929, and lives in Phoenix, NY.  "Pete" Bacel, enlisted in the USMC the day after the attack on Pearl Harbor, and was one of the first Marines to land on Guadalcanal.  Against all odds, Mr. Bacel met two of his former Fayetteville schoolmates, George Goodfellow and William Woznek, while all three were serving in the PTO.

Ameen Bahouth and Lillian "Lily" Harp Bahouth lived at 220 West Genesee St. by 1930, having lived in MI until about  1923.  Mr. Bahouth was born about 1889.  He was a native of Syria and came to America in 1906.  Mr. Bahouth worked 30 years for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Bahouth was born on 12-12-1897, also in Syria, and their marriage probably occurred in 1917.  Mr. Bahouth died on 12-2-1952, while residing at 113 McLennan Dr., and Mrs. Bahouth died on 2-13-1977.  Their children:  Edmond Ameen Bahouth, who was born about 1925, served four years in the USN during WWII, and died at age 22, on 8-31-1947, following an auto accident, Betty E. Bahouth, who worked at Precision Castings Co., married Edmund Janiak on 4-3-1948, and lives in Syracuse, George B. "Amo" Bahouth, who was born on 11-17-1929, wed Jane Mahoney in July, 1966, retired in 1987 after 37 years with the Fayetteville Post Office, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 1-6-2003, Rose Mary Bahouth, who was born about 1921, married Louis Manassa, and lives in Watertown, NY, Frances Bahouth, who was born about 1919, married Frederick Shaheen, and lived in Rochester, Bessie Bahouth, who was born about 1922, and Elizabeth Amelia "Liz" Bahouth, who was born on 9-11-1927, retired as a librarian for the Post-Standard newspaper after 43 years, resided almost her entire life in Fayetteville, and died on 11-5-2004.

George Bahouth and Anna Haday Bahouth lived at 106 S. Mill St. by 1942, and later lived at 400 Warren St.  Mr. Bahouth operated the Chalet Cafe.  He died in 1962.  Mrs. Bahouth, a native of Syria, was born on 8-25-1909, and died on 4-6-1992.  She was a clerk at the Sibley's store in the Fayetteville Mall, during the 1970's.  They had:  George A. Bahouth, who was born on 12-21-1934, wed Irene Koxvalski, lived in DeRuyter, NY, and died 7-14-1998,  Joan Bahouth, who was born about 1933, married Gary H. Habegger, and resided in Fayetteville, and Sylvia Ann Bahouth, who was born about 1938, graduated from the Crouse-Irving Hospital's school of nursing, married William C. Fenn about 1960, and lived in Camillus.

Nassir Frank Bahouth and May Zine Bahouth lived at 507 E. Genesee St. by 1937.  Mr. Bahouth was born on 6-24-1892, and Mrs. Bahouth was born about 1899.  Both were natives of Syria, and wed about 1917.  Mr. Bahouth was the proprietor of a shoe store at the corner of Mill and Genesee Sts., before moving to Lake Placid, NY, about 1955 .  They later moved to North Palm Beach, FL, and resided there when Mr. Bahouth died on 6-30-1979, and Mrs. Bahouth died in February, 1981.  They had:  Mitchell Bahouth, who was born about 1925, and died in Lake Placid on 12-5-1956, Nicholas Paul Bahouth, who was born on 8-26-1923, served in WWII, married Hermione Toth and then Candace A. Bahouth, owned the El Cid Restaurant in Syracuse and Bahouth's Bowling Lanes near Fayetteville, became a senior vice-president of the Sheraton Hotel Corp., and lived in HI, where he died on 8-21-1997, Martha Bahouth, who married Frank Lincoln, graduated from Syracuse University in 1954, and lives in NYC and Vero Beach, FL, and Frank Bahouth, who was born about 1919, married Ann Marie Pietrafesa, sold radio ads for WNDR, lived at 1 Linden Lane, and later moved to Sun Lakes, AZ.  

Spencer J. Baird and Mildred Newman Baird lived at 414 Manlius St. by 1930.  Mr. Baird was born on 1-18-1902, in Gloversville, NY.  He was a carpenter, and later became a bee keeper and sold honey.  Mr. Baird was honored in 1982 for his 50 years as a Master Mason.  Mrs. Baird was born on 11-2-1891, and the couple wed about 1927.  She worked at the Fayetteville elementary school, and for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Baird died on 5-7-1981, and Mr. Baird then moved to 100 Flume Rd. in Manlius, where he died on 6-14-1998, at age 96.  They had:  Dorothy Baird Wadsworth, who lived in Marietta, NY, and Ralph Baird, who lived in Bradenton, FL.

John Charles "Jack" Baister and Sarah Dunn Baister lived at 507 Orchard St. by 1937.  Mr. Baister was born on 3-15-1907, and was a native of Richfield Springs, NY, where he grew up on a dairy farm.  He came to Fayetteville about 1935, and was a machinist and foundry foreman at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Baister died on 11-25-1967.  Mrs. Baister, a native of Rome, was born on 9-28-1902, and died on 5-9-1995, at age 92.  They had:  Doris May Baister, who was born on 1-18-1941, married Robert Alex Banazek on 8-29-1964, was a secretary at General Electric, and died on 3-4-1965, at age 24, and Anne Baister, who wed Donald E. Bligh, and lived in Manlius.  

George L. Bajus and Edna Lane Bajus lived at 306 S. Manlius St. by 1937.  Mr. Bajus was a toolmaker at the Precision Castings Co. and also worked for the suburban railroad line that ran from Syracuse to Manlius.  He was born on 9-7-1890, and grew up on S. Manlius St.  He and his wife lived for a period in Syracuse before returning to Fayetteville by 1942.  Mrs. Bajus was born about 1892, and the couple wed on 6-19-1912.  She worked as a stenographer.  Mr. Bajus died 12-17-1963, and Mrs. Bajus died 12-8-1971.

Ida Dubois Bajus lived at 308 S. Manlius St. by 1910.  Mrs. Bajus was born about 1870, and was the widow of George J. Bajus, who had been a cigar maker.  Mr. Bajus died, at the age of 63, on 9-25-1933.  Mrs. Bajus died on 11-8-1942.  They had:  George L. Bajus, (see the entry above), and Marguerite Bajus, who was born about 1896, was a teacher, wed Alburt Burt, and lived in Waterbury, CT.  Mr. Bajus' neice, Ida A. Bajus, who was born about 1892, also lived with the family by 1910.  She married a Mr. Christopher, and lived in Syracuse.

Herman M. Baker and Ethel Adams Baker lived at N. Manlius St. by 1942, having lived previously in Auburn, NY.  Mr. Baker was born 10-10-1892, in Port Byron, NY.  He was the assistant credit manager for the International Harvester Co.  Mrs. Baker was born about 1891, and the couple wed about 1916.  They returned to Auburn, where Mrs. Baker died on 6-26-1967, and Mr. Baker died in January, 1972.

Bert E. Baldwin and Mae Louise Clifford Baldwin lived at 230 Salt Springs St. by 1926.  Mr. Baldwin was born on 6-16-1879, probably in Monkton Ridge, VT.  He was a store buyer and later became a dry goods merchant in 1925 when he opened Baldwin's Department Store in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Baldwin was born about 1883, and was also a native of VT.  The couple married about 1907, and lived throughout New England before coming to CNY about 1917.  Mrs. Baldwin died on 7-8-1957, and Mr. Baldwin died on 7-6-1966.  They had:  Guy H. Baldwin, who was born about 1912, and lived in Kenmore, NY, Doris Baldwin, who was born on 11-10-1914, wed C. Donald Delaney, graduated from Syracuse University with a music degree, taught piano and became a church organist and pianist, lived near Philadelphia, and died on 3-11-2008, Clarence Earl Baldwin, who was born about 1918, and died on 7-5-1926, at the Onondaga County Sanatorium, Rev. Kenneth R. Baldwin, who was born about 1923, attended Syracuse University, was the pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in Flushing, NY, and lives now in Oneonta, NY.

Clarence Everett "Baldy" Baldwin lived at 201 Elm St. by 1920.  Mr. Baldwin was born in Jamesville on 9-20-1914, and grew up in Fayetteville.  He lived with his widowed father, (see the listing below for Clinton Baldwin).  Following his father's death, Mr. Baldwin lived on in the home on Elm St., sharing it with the family of his brother, Herbert Baldwin.  Clarence Baldwin was a machinist and inspector for the Continental Can Co., in Syracuse.  After the can factory closed, Mr. Baldwin spent 10 years with the Fayetteville water department.  He was also a member of the local volunteer fire department.  Mr. Baldwin was an avid outdoorsman and maintained a cabin at the Stony Brook Club near St. Regis Falls in the Adirondack Mountains.  He died on 4-3-1972.  

Clinton E. Baldwin lived at 201 Elm St. by 1920, having lived previously in Syracuse, Jamesville and Lyndon.  Mr. Baldwin was born in January, 1880.  He wed Clara "Katy" Brown, about 1905, and they lived in Brooklyn.  Mrs. Baldwin was born in England about 1887, and died suddenly on 9-18-1909.  Two months following his wife's death, Mr. Baldwin, and his small son, Herbert, moved to Jamesville, and lived with his parents while he worked as a carpenter.  On 11-26-1913, Mr. Baldwin married Edith Laura Austin, of Sandy Creek, NY, a school teacher.  Following the birth of a second son, Clarence, on 9-20-1914, the family moved to a tenant house on the Keough farm in Jamesville, and Mr. Baldwin worked as a guard at the county penitentiary.  In late 1915, Mr. Baldwin took a job as a machinist at Precision Castings in Fayetteville, and moved his family to a home just east of the present Byrne Dairy in Lyndon. Mr. Baldwin was again widowed when Edith Baldwin died in August, 1916.  On 3-17-1917, he purchased the home on Elm Street, and moved his two sons there.  Mr. Baldwin died on 8-6-1944.  C. E. and Clara Baldwin had:  Herbert Baldwin, (see his listing below), and C. E. and Edith Baldwin, had Clarence E. Baldwin, (see his listing above).  The Baldwin home at 201 Elm St. was built in 1834, and was originally used as a school.  It had at least one particularly distinguished scholar--President Grover Cleveland.  The President's father was a clergyman and the family lived in Fayetteville several years while Rev. Cleveland served a local church.  Clinton Baldwin's great-great grandaughter--the fifth generation of his family--now resides with her parents in the home.

Herbert E. Baldwin and Doris Emily Schauble Baldwin lived at 201 Elm St. by 1937.  Mr. Baldwin was born in Brooklyn on 1-5-1908, but grew up in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Baldwin was born 9-24-1909, in Tupper Lake, NY, and the couple wed there in October, 1929.  Mr. Baldwin graduated from Syracuse University, in 1931, earning a degree in engineering.  He worked in Utica, NY, as a highway engineer for NYS, but retired in 1971, as chief chemist, after 37 years with the Crucible Steel Corp.  Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin were involved in numerous civic causes, and Mr. Baldwin was also an active genealogist.  He died on 1-9-1987, and Mrs. Baldwin died on 3-7-2000.  They had:  Richard E. Baldwin, who was born in 1934, and lived in Grand Island, NY, and Sharon Dianne Baldwin, who was born about 1942, graduated from Syracuse University in 1964, worked for IBM, wed Morgan Edward Doyle on 8-21-1965, and lives in Atlanta.

Scotia Ballard lived at 102 Warren St. by 1942.  Miss Ballard was born 4-8-1909, in Virginia, and was the executive secretary of the Syracuse Council of Social Agencies.  She married a Mr. Knouff and a Mr. Waite, and died on 12-5-1989, in Raleigh, NC.  She had:  Warren Irving Knouff, who was born in May, 1947, graduated from The Citadel in 1968, married Geraldine Ann Ribeiro, was a USAF officer, and lives in Pinehurst, NC, and Mary Knouff Linn, who lived in Port Arthur, TX.

Murray DeForest Ballou and Pearl Scanlon Ballou lived at 219 Highbridge St. by 1937.  Mr. Ballou was born in Chandler, OK, on 10-5-1898, and served in both WWI and WWII.  He was a printer for The Post-Standard, a Syracuse newspaper.  Mr. Ballou died at home on 2-27-1962.  Mrs. Ballou was born in Manlius on 1-2-1903, and the couple wed about 1922.  She was a registered nurse at the Van Duyn Home and Hospital from 1938 to 1968.  At some point the couple divorced, and Mrs. Ballou wed Earl Krakau.  He died in 1964, and Mrs. Ballou-Krakau lived in Cedardale before moving to Skaneateles in 1965.  She was living there at her death on 5-18-1997, at 94. Mr. and Mrs. Ballou had:  Murray G. Ballou, who was born about 1923, served in the USN, and lives in Richmond, VA, and Mary Jean Ballou, who was born in 1926, married Elbert Burt, and lived in Alexandria Bay, NY.  Mr. Ballou and his son are thought to have been the only father and son team from the area to serve in WWII. 

William A. Balsley and Lena Carpenter Balsley lived at 118 Chapel St. by 1926.  Mr. Balsley was born about 1871, in Manlius.  He was a farmer for 30 years, then moved to Fayetteville about 1923, and worked as a shipping clerk for the Stickley Furniture Co.  He retired from Stickley about 1938, and died on 3-17-1944.  After Mr. Balsley died, Mrs. Balsley, who was born in Pompey, NY, lived at 130 W. Genesee St., on Highbridge St. and in Lyndon with her nephew, Louis M. Carpenter.  She died on 3-17-1964, at age 90.  Mrs. Balsley is believed to have also been known as Rose Carpenter.

Florence Skinner Banghart lived at 415 Elm St. by 1937, in a home owned by Miss Minnie Bacon, (see her entry).  Mrs. Banghart was born on 2-22-1878, and was the widow of John F. Banghart.  She moved to Pittsfield, MA, about 1944, to live with her daughter, and was residing there at her death in March, 1967.  Mr. and Mrs. Banghart wed about 1896, and lived in Buffalo and Manlius before moving about 1916 to Erie, PA, where he was a molder at a stove factory.  They had:  Paul Banghart, who was born on 11-6-1897, married Janet Banghart about 1927, and lived in Erie at his death in May, 1970, and Elsie A. Banghart, who was born about 1901, and lived in Pittsfield.

Joseph James Bannon lived at 103 S. Manlius St., having been transferred there on 12-12-1941.  Rev. Bannon was born on 8-26-1902, in Syracuse, and grew up in the Westcott St. neighborhood there.  He was ordained a priest on 6-15-1926, by Bishop Daniel J. Curley, and studied at Niagara University, Sulpician Seminary, and Cathoic University.  On 11-21-1933, Rev. Bannon was appointed director of Catholic Charities, a position he held until 1941, when he became pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Fayetteville.  After serving this church for 11 years, he was assigned to pastor St. Brigid's Church in Syracuse.   

Mary C. Barden lived at 115 South Mill St. by 1937, at 406 Warren St. by 1942., and at 311 Washington St. by 1948. Miss Barden was born in MI in 1912, but was partly raised by her great-aunt, Sarah Barden, and her uncle, Dennis Barden, on a dairy farm in Pompey Center, NY.  She was a housekeeper.

Robert McNaughton Barker and Alice Frederica Boon Spinello Barker lived in Fayetteville by 1925.  Mr. Barker was born about 1874, and graduated from Harvard University in 1898.  He was a member of an old and prominent NY family.  His father, Frederick W. Barker, was president of the Syracuse Savings Bank.  While in college Robert Barker became a friend of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and met with him often over the years.  During his career, Mr. Barker developed a national reputation in the field of financial advertising.  Mrs. Barker was born in Syracuse on 8-8-1882, and on 6-18-1902, she wed Marius J. Spinello.  Mr. Spinello had been an instructor at St. John's School in Manlius, but following their marriage the couple moved to CA, where Mr. Spinello taught languages at the University of California.  He died on 5-24-1904, after being thrown beneath the wheels of an electric train in Berkeley, CA.   After their marriage on 9-12-1925, Mr. and Mrs. Barker lived in the then century old Oak Grove estate at 310 N. Manlius St.--one of the most  fashlonable showplaces in Central New York.  Mr. Barker died on 11-7-1936, and Mrs. Barker still lived in Oak Grove at her death on 4-3-1943.  She was 60.  

Charles O. Barkley and Mildred Hart Barkley lived at 400 Spring St. by 1937, and at 1 Churchill Lane by 1942.  Mr. Barkley was born on 6-5-1909.  He worked in the methods department at Precision Castings Co. and later was the production manager at the Prestolite Co.  Mr. Barkley died on 1-18-1977, while residing at 4963 Syracuse Rd. in Cazenovia. Mrs. Barkley died 12-1-2009. They had:  Diane Barkley Muliero, who lives in Jackson, NH.

John H. Barkley and Ellen Ryan Barkley lived at 114 Elm St. by 1926.  Both were natives of Canada and came to America about 1900, and lived for a period in Fulton and Carthage, NY.  Mr. Barkley was born about 1872, and was a millwright and carpenter for the Precision Casting Co.  He died in 1954.  Mrs. Barkley was born about 1876, and the couple wed about 1901.  She died on 2-11-1954, while living with her daughter on Churchill Lane.  They had:  Frances Barkley, who was born about 1906, wed John E. Callahan, Walter E. Barkley, (see the entry below), and Charles O. Barkley, (see the above entry).

Walter Earl Barkley and Irene Long Barkley lived at 330 Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Barkley, who was born on 8-30-1904, worked as a car salesman and in the maintenance department of the Precision Casting Co.  The couple lived in Chittenango, NY, at his death on 12-12-1966.  Mrs. Barkley was born in Fayetteville about 1901, and was the office manager of the Mclntyre Brothers Paper Co., where she worked 50 years.  She moved to Syracuse about one year before her death on 5-21-1983.  They had:  Margaret Barkley, who wed William E. Sherman, and lived in Pittsford, NY, Patricia Barkley, who wed John M. Kennedy, and lived in Syracuse, and Jo Anne "Joey" Barkley, who graduated from St. Joseph's College, taught school, married Kenneth L. Cornelison on 9-17-1966, and lived in Gretna, LA.

Vito Nicola "George" Barnaba and Mary Wein Barnaba lived at 405 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier with her parents at 104 Spring St.  Mr. Barnaba was born in Italy on 4-7-1893, and served in the US Army during WWI.  The couple wed about 1922.  Mr. Barnaba was a machinist for the Precision Castings Co., and died on 6-18-1989, at age 96.  Mrs. Barnaba, a life resident of CNY, was born on 12-24-1900, and was a printer.  She died in May, 1992. 

Giles Piper Barney and Gladys Pearl Aylesworth Barney lived at 421 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Barney was born on 6-24-1898, and was a merchant with a paint and wallpaper store at 109 S. Edwards Ave. in Syracuse.  The couple later moved to Hollywood, FL.  Mrs. Barney died in FL in October, 1961, and Mr. Barney died on 11-29-1976.  Mrs. Barney was also known as Gladys Pomeroy.  Betty Markell, who lived with the couple in Syracuse and Fayetteville, was identified as their daughter in a newspaper article.  Miss Markell was born about 1920, and grew up in the Eastwood section of Syracuse.  She attended nurses training and was a RN at the City Hospital in Syracuse.

Katherine "Kate" Barrett and her sister, Hellen "Nellie" Barrett, lived at 306 S. Manlius St. by 1942.  Miss Katherine Barrett was born about 1878, and worked as a seamstress for a furniture company.  Miss Hellen Barrett was born about 1880, and was a dress maker.  They were the daughters of John and Mary Barrett, who married about 1873, and lived in Manlius by 1910.  Mr. Barrett died on 1-28-1916, at age 63, and Mrs. Barrett died on 5-3-1924, at age 76.

Jesse Henry Bartle and Lottie Benedict Bartle lived at 306 High Bridge St. by 1930, and on Salt Springs Rd. by 1937.  Mr. Bartle was born 7-18-1879.  He was a dairy farmer in Chenango County for a period but worked mainly as a painter and carpenter.  He was previously married to Eulalie Richardson Bartle, by whom he had seven children.  Eulalie Bartle was born in February, 1882, and the couple wed about 1898.  It is thought that she died about the time of WWI.  Mr. Bartle died 10-22-1948, in a car accident about two miles west of Cazenovia.  Lottie Bartle was born 6-19-1871, in Mt. Upton, NY, and died on 3-28-1951 in Norwich, NY.  Jesse and Eulalie Bartle had:  Glen Harold Bartle, who was born 4-1-1899, married Mary Maloney on 9-15-1921, and died 11-25-1961, Guy Bartle, who was born 6-29-1900, married Mary Bablak on 1-22-1922, and died in Montgomery, NY, on 7-19-1990, Hugh Francis Bartle, who was born on 2-16-1902, and died 1-28-1974, Dania Wilson Bartle, who was born on 5-4-1903, wed Florence Place on 6-23-1928, and died in July, 1988, Florence Evelyn Bartle Youmans, who was born on 12-29-1905, and lived in Norwich at her death on 6-12-1992, Kenneth Melvin Bartle, who was born 8-25-1910, and Raymond Bartle, who was born on 8-15-1915, married Miriam E. Burdick on 6-11-1938, resided in Oxford, NY, and died on 6-2-1996.

Earl C. Bates and Agnes Douglas Bates lived at 319 Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Bates was a chauffeur for  Keeshin Express Co. and the General Electric Co.  Mrs. Bates was born about 1906, and was a registered nurse.  She was previously wed to Joseph C. McCutcheon about 1924, and lived in Throop, NY.  Mr. and Mrs. McCutcheon had:  Cecil Paul "Bill" McCutcheon, who was born 3-29-1925, in Auburn, NY, served in WWII, married Virginia Gills on 8-13-1949, later married June McCutcheon, owned an accounting business, and resided in Phoenix, AZ, at his death on 4-20-2002, Joseph H. McCutcheon, who was born in 1928, worked for the General Electric Co., wed Dorothy Jean Helmbright on 9-8-1951, and lived in Syracuse, and Margaret McCutcheon Breen, who was born about 1932.

Mark J. Bates and Katherine "Kitty" Ferris Bates lived at 210 Salt Springs St. by 1942.  Mr. Bates was born on 1-22-1876, and was a blacksmith and mechanic for the Houser Elevator Co. in Manlius.  About 1896, he married Leona Bates, and sometime in the 1920's, he married Katherine Ferris.

Stella Garden Battle lived at 202 Warren St. by 1926.  She was the widow of Romeo Battle, (known in later years as Raymond Battle).  Mr. Battle was born in April, 1865, and died on 9-3-1932.  Both were natives of Italy (Sicily), who wed about 1890 and came to America about 1892.  Mr. Battle was a laborer who worked at odd jobs.  Mrs. Battle was born in November, 1873, and died on 9-24-1957.  They had:  Frank F. Battle, who was born in October, 1891, was a restaurateur, and lived in Syracuse, Anthony "Loney" Battle, who was born on 2-22-1894, served in both WWI and WWII, operated Battle's Restaurant at 800 N. Geddes St. in Syracuse for 18 years, and died on 10-1-1955, and Mary Battle Spencer, who was born in June, 1895, and lived in Syracuse.

Emma B. Beard, and her cousin, Adele P. Hall, lived together on Genesee St. by 1910, and at 315 Elm St. by 1926.  Miss Beard was born about 1871 in NY, and died on 9-25-1943.  A contemporary wrote that, "Miss Beard was an observant, friendly and sympathetic person, no fanfare, no publicity, open-hearted, and hospitable."  Miss Hall was born about 1881 in NJ.  She died sometime after 1967.  The cousins were instrumental in the organization of the Fayetteville Free Library and Beard Park. 

Charles M. Behm and Mary Louise Siefker Behm lived on West Genesee Turnpike by 1920.  Mr. Behm was born in June, 1865, and was the general agent of the Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Co.  Mrs. Behm was born in June, 1863, and the couple wed about 1893.  She died on 4-13-1952.  Mr. Behm was honored in 1954, when he was 88, as the only surviving charter member of a local insurance organization.  Mrs. Behm's sister, Minnie Siefker, lived with the family for many years.  Miss Siefker was born about 1855, and is believed to have died before 1948.  Their children:  Marion Louise Behm, who was born in October, 1893, worked for Helmer's Dress Shop in Syracuse, and died on 7-14-1968, Genevieve R. Behm, who was born on 9-20-1898, married Charles A. Collin on 10-1-1927, lived in White Plains, NY, and died 2-22-1983, in FL, and Lester William Behm, who was born on 3-20-1900, managed a chicken farm, was a senior warden at the Episcopal Church of the Saviour in Syracuse, and died on 10-29-1969.   

Louis B. Belding lived at 200 Lincoln St. by 1926.  He was born about 1865, and was a woodworker at the Stickley Furniture Co.  He married Eva Kimber Belding, about 1897.  Mrs. Belding was born about 1875, and died on 11-3-1934.  Mr. Belding died on 3-20-1947.  They had:  Marguerite Belding, who was born on 12-19-1897, taught high school, wed Monroe Perkins, and resided in Lansdale, PA, when she died in October, 1975, and Florence Belding who was born 7-22-1900, married Platt H. Smith on 10-14-1934, lived many years in Fayetteville, but resided in Palatine Bridge, NY, at her death on 10-21-1974.  (See the entry for Florence Belding Smith.)

Walter J. Belge lived at 108 E. Genesee St. by 1941.  Mr. Belge was born in 1916, the son of Jacob Belge, and grew up on his parent's farm in Pompey.  He enlisted in the Army about six months before the attack on Pearl Harbor, and served throughout the War.  Mr. Belge wed Katherine Heffron, about 1940, and by 1960 they lived at 308 Washington St.  He worked as a driver, and clerk, for the Railway Express Co.  Mrs. Belge was born about 1918.  She worked in the school cafeteria, and died  6-13-1978.  They had:  Walter Belge, who was born in 1943, and resided in Greenville, SC, at his death on 12-16-2006, and Patricia Belge, who was born in January, 1945, and lives in the family home.

Edward Michael Bender lived on the E. Genesee Turnpike by 1930.  Mr. Bender was born about 1869, and wed Minnie J. Bender about 1896.  He was a farmer and also worked odd jobs.  Mrs. Bender, who was born about 1872, died on 7-14-1939.  Mr. Bender died on 5-12-1957.  They had:  Iva R. Bender, who was born about 1900, married Carl Ballweg, lived at 244 Grumback Ave. in Syracuse, and died on 9-29-1975, Harold C. Bender, (see the entry below), and Bernice Christina Bender, who was born about 1903, wed George R. Noldan, and lived on Hood Ave. in Syracuse before her death on 5-8-1991.

Harold C. Bender lived on E. Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Bender was born on 12-9-1900, and grew up on a 500 acre farm near East Syracuse.  He served in WWII, and worked as an assembler at the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co.  Mr. Bender wed Susie Bona, who was born about 1905, and they lived at 105 McLennan Dr.  She had been married previously, and worked for a period at the A. G. Seaman Co. in Oneida.  Mr. Bender died on 7-15-1967, and Mrs. Bender later moved to 504 N. Manlius St.  She had:  William Ryan, who lived in Chittenango.

Ethel Margaret Burney Bender lived at 101 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mrs. Bender was born in June, 1894, and was the widow of Claude Ernest Bender.  Mr. Bender was born in Chittenango on 5-1-1886, and came with his family to Fayetteville about 1906.  He was the brother of Maurice Bender and Reuben Bender, (see their entries below).  The couple wed about 1910.  He worked as a trucker for the Precision Castings Co., and later was the superintendent of the Palmer dairy farm.  Mrs. Bender worked as a housekeeper.  Mr. Bender died on 5-12-1936.  A contemporary newspaper account reported that his funeral procession was a mile long, and that, "He made everyone whom he knew his friend."  Mrs. Bender's sister, Mabel Burney Deveraux, lived with her by 1937.  Mrs. Deveraux operated Maybelle's Beauty Shop in the home they shared.  She was born in 1890 and died on 4-28-1964.  Mr. and Mrs. Bender had:  Charles Louis Bender, who was born on 7-14-1916, served in WWII, and wed Lillian Beston on 11-1-1944.

Maurice Melvin Bender and Esther Montgomery Bender lived at 803 Oakwood Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Bender was born 2-12-1892, and came to Fayetteville about 1906.  He was a farmer on the property of Charles Collin, a teamster for the County highway department, and in later years, a landscaper.  Mrs. Bender was a cateress.  Mr. Bender died on 1-20-1974, and Mrs. Bender died on 4-13-1976.  They had:  Beatrice M. Bender, who was a bookkeeper for the Precision Castings Co., wed Howard Espenmiller, and lives in Middletown, OH, and George Albert Bender, who was born on 9-26-1916, served in the ETO during WWII, married Ethel Hearl in 1946, was a repair machinist for General Motors from 1936 to 1980, lived in Fayetteville, and died on 6-5-2006.

Reuben David Bender and Mary Louise Burns Bender lived at 304 Orchard St. by 1937, and at 303 Walnut St. by 1942.  Mr. Bender was born in Chittenango on 3-29-1888, and came to Fayetteville with his family in 1906.  He was a shipping clerk at the Precision Castings Co., and later was the proprietor of a lunch stand at 304 Orchard St.  Mrs. Bender was born about 1885, and died on 7-23-1957.  Mr. Bender died on 7-25-1959.

Ann (Anna) Dolan Benedict lived at 212 S. Manlius St. by 1930, having lived earlier at 314 Shonnard St. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Benedict was the widow of Earl Benedict, who was born about 1883, and worked as a toolmaker and in a gas station.  Mrs. Benedict was born in Marcellus, NY, about 1885, and the couple married about 1905. She worked as a cook at a child care center.  Mrs. Benedict moved to 107 Center St. by 1948, to Syracuse in the mid-1950's, and became a resident of Loretto Rest about 1960.  She died there on 6-30-1976, at age 91. They had:  Rita Benedict, who was born 4-25-1918, wed Edward "Ned" Bottum, and lived in Glens Falls, NY, at her death in April, 1980.

Ella Louise Webster Benedict, lived at 100 Salt Springs St. by 1926.  She was born near Pompey, and was the widow of Burdette G. Benedict, a merchant, who died on 7-25-1936.  Mrs. Benedict later lived with her son and daughter-in-law, George D. Benedict and Charlotte Jewell Benedict, at 118 Dewey Ave. in Lyndon.  Ella Benedict died on 8-26-1956, at age 90, having lived all her life in the Fayetteville area.

Frank Blanchard Benedict and Edith Lou Belle Coe Benedict lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1937, and later lived at 109 Spring St.  Mr. Benedict was born in Otisco, NY, on 12-27-1887, and was a foreman at the Stickley furniture factory.  Mrs. Benedict was born about 1894, and they wed about 1914.  She was a native of Waverly, NY, and worked as a store clerk.  Mrs. Benedict was residing at 310 South St. at her death on 12-26-1968.  They had:  Grace Angie Benedict, who was born about 1914, married William Howe Wheeler on 9-16-1934, lived in Genoa, NY, and died on 4-9-1979, Alfred Morrell Benedict, who was born in 1917, worked for the A&P grocery store, married Aleyne V. Hayden on 6-10-1944, served in the Army Air Corps during WWII, and lived in Kirkville, NY, Loata Benedict, who was born about 1918, married Henry J. Visser, worked at a Fayetteville school cafeteria, and lived at 310 South St. at her death on 11-2-1998, Elnora Benedict, who was born about 1925, wed Jesse Myers, lived in Syracuse, and died on 9-19-1987, Marie Benedict Lawson, who was born in 1928, was an office worker at the Precision Castings Co., and lives in Kirkville, and Rhea Benedict, who wed Malcolm Hale, and lived in LaHabra, CA.

Robert D. Benedict lived at 113 Mechanic St. by 1942.  Mr. Benedict was born on 10-9-1918, and served with the Army during WWII.  He worked many years as a machinist for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Benedict married Betty Swortsfigure, and was residing at 172 W. Calthrop Ave. at his death on 11-19-1987.  They had:  Frederick A. Benedict, who lived in Chittenango, Mary Elizabeth Sheldon, who lived in Kirkville, and Catherine Ann Centner, of Chittenango.

Verne W. Benedict and Arlene Emerson Benedict lived in the home of Mrs. Anna Benedict at 212 S. Manlius St. by 1942,   Mr. Benedict was born on 5-5-1916, in Fayetteville.  He worked at the Continental Can Co., owned Benedict Feed Service in Manlius, was a school bus driver, and a postal carrier.  The couple moved to Lakeland, FL, in 1982, and Mr. Benedict died on 8-8-1991.  Mrs. Benedict was born on 9-6-1916, and was a native of Ramsey, MN.  She also lived in ND before moving to Fayetteville.  Mrs. Benedict worked for the local school district and at the Oran post office.  She died on 11-23-1999, while residing in Ormond Beach, FL.  They had:  Mahlon E. Benedict, who was born on 3-7-1949, moved to FL in 1972, graduated from Daytona Beach Community College as a RN, wed Carol Benedict in 1972, and resided in Flagler Beach, FL, at his death in a motorcycle accident on 12-7-2006, Loren Benedict, who lives in Littleton, NC, and Lynne Benedict Ehle, who lives in Liverpool.

Gladys Salisbury Benson lived at 405 Warren St. by 1942, having lived earlier at 311 Washington St.  She was the widow of Frank Benson, whom she married about 1899.  Mr. Benson was born in 1877,  worked as a carpenter and died on 12-21-1938, at age 61.  They had:  Glenace L. Benson, who was born in Erieville, NY, about 1901, wed J. Procter Fifield, was a nurse and then worked at a family owned department store, lived at 106 John St., and died on 9-23-1987, and Daniel N. Benson who was born about 1907, and lived in Tavares, FL.

William M. Besemer and Rena Doyle Besemer lived on James St. by 1942, 114 Green St. by 1943, and moved to New Woodstock, NY, in 1946.  Mr. Besemer was born 6-30-1910, and was a carpenter at the Brown-Lipe-Chapin Co.  The couple moved to Bainbridge, NY, where Mr. Besemer died in October, 1974.  Mrs. Besemer was born on 4-28-1909, and was 98 at her death on 1-6-2008.  They had:  two sons, and Thelma Ellen Besemer, and her twin, Martha Arlene Besemer, born in March, 1943.

Leonard Silas Bettinger and Edith Louise Madison Bettinger lived on Green Lakes Rd. by 1930.  Mr. Bettinger was born on 2-13-1883.  He was a farmer, and was the third generation of his family to live on his farm near Green Lakes. Mrs. Bettinger was born on 6-29-1879, and the couple wed on 6-12-1907.  Mr. Bettinger died on 12-15-1969, and Mrs. Bettinger died on 10-31-1970.  Their children:  Dorothy L. Bettinger, who was born on 4-22-1908, was a teacher in Kirkville, wed Henry C. Messinger, and resided in East Syracuse at her death on 10-18-1995, Bernita Bettinger, who was born about 1913, married Floyd Bennett, and lived in Kirkville, and Arthur Clifford Bettinger, who was born on 6-10-1915, wed Alberta Dorothy Cunningham, resided in Kirkville, and died on 10-31-1997.

Leota Ellis Bex and her father, Francis Edgar Ellis, lived at 606 Orchard St. by 1937.  Mrs. Bex was born on 5-27-1899, and was a native of Varna, NY, but resided most of her life in Fayetteville.  She married Robert Joseph Thomas Bex about 1917, and they divorced in the 1930's.  Mrs. Bex was the supervisor of the tabulating department at the Precision Castings Co., and retired in 1955 after 32 years with the firm.  She was an avid bowler and was a member of the Fayetteville Mixed Bowling League for 42 years.   Mr. Bex was born on 11-2-1895.  He retired after 34 years with the Precision Castings Co., and also worked as a professional magician.  Mr. Bex died in Syracuse on 4-12-1984.  Mrs. Bex died on 1-22-1988.  (See the listing for Francis Ellis.)  

Bayard Bigelow, Jr., and Ruby Purchase Bigelow lived at 314 Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Bigelow was born in 1911, and grew up in Brooklyn and on Cedar Bay Rd. in Lyndon.  He graduated from Syracuse University in 1937, and was the owner of the Bigelow Appliance Co. at 409 E. Genesee St.  Mrs. Bigelow was a home economics graduate of Syracuse University in 1936, and the couple wed on 5-29-1940.  In 1946, the family moved to Hartford, CT, where Mr. Bigelow died on 9-22-1953.  Their children:  David Bigelow, and Bayard Bigelow, III.

Frank M. Bigelow and Eleanor Burton Bigelow lived at 210 Thompson St. by 1942.  Mr. Bigelow was born in 1916, and spent part of his youth in Lyndon.  Mrs. Bigelow graduated from the University Hospital school of nursing, and the couple wed on 8-31-1940.  On 8-1-1943, Mr. Bigelow was a bombardier in the AAC, when he escaped from his disabled aircraft by means of a parachute.  Lt. Bigelow was taken prisoner and spent 21 months in a German POW camp.  Upon returning to civilan life, he was a truck driver for the Atlantic Refining Co..  They had:  Judith Bigelow.

J. Glenn Bilyea and Harriet Louise Bilyea lived at 210 E. Genesee St. by 1937, and at 309 E. Genesee St. by 1942, having lived earlier at 121 Greenwood Pl. in Syracuse.  Mr. Bilyea was born on 5-19-1882, and was a bookkeeper for the Onondaga Pottery Co. before becoming the office manager and comptroller at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Bilyea was born about 1885, and was a native of Whitesboro, NY.  The couple wed about 1906, came to Fayetteville about 1930, and moved to Cazenovia in 1948.  Mrs. Bilyea died on 7-21-1954, while residing in Cazenovia, and Mr. Bilyea died on 4-8-1982, at age 99.  They had:  Leona Bilyea, who wed Leonard G. Seamans on 12-28-1935, and divorced him on 6-26-1946, worked for the Norwich Pharmical Co., and died on 1-19-1952.  (See the entry below for Leonard Seamans.)

Samuel M. Blackmon and Mackey Viola Blackmon lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Blackmon, whose name was often spelled "Blackman," was born about 1882, in Iowa, and was a janitor at the Alpha Portland Cement Co. in Jamesville.  Mrs. Blackmon was a native of Alabama, and was born about 1893.  The couple wed about 1910, and resided in Birmingham, AL, and NJ, before coming to CNY during WWI.  Their children:  Clarence J. Blackmon, who was born on 12-3-1913, served in WWII, married Kathryn Healey Blackmon, retired after 30 years as a foundry man with the Crouse-Hinds Corp., and died on 10-14-1977, Helen Blackmon Mattison, who was born in 1915, moved to North Syracuse about 1946, and died there on 4-23-1984, David J. Blackmon, who was born about 1921, and resided in Baldwinsville, Viola Mackey Blackmon, who was born in 1926, married Shurley Holton Harris on 10-5-1946, was active in the Urban League and other civic causes, and died on 8-18-1990, and Eugene Blackmon, who was born in 1928.  Viola Harris and Shurley Harris were the first African-Americans to become members of the DeWitt Community Church, joining in the early years of the Rev. Alexander Carmichel's ministry.  Mrs. Harris worshiped there more than 40 years and served as a Sunday school teacher.  Her brother, Clarence Blackmon, and his family, were also very active members of the Church.  On 2-24-1952, their 145 year old home on Woodchuck Hill Rd. was destroyed by fire, and Rev. Carmichel led a community-wide drive that produced more than three truck loads of furniture and other goods for the family.    

Victor H. Blair and Mary Blair lived at 206 E. Genesee St. by 1942.   Mr. Blair was born on 8-1-1913, and was a native of Buffalo.  He came to CNY about 1940, and was a purchasing agent and production manager for the New Process Gear Corp. in Syracuse.  At his death on 4-27-1988, Mr. Blair was married to Agnes P. Blair, and resided in Tarpon Springs, FL.  Victor and Mary Blair had:  James V. Blair, who lived in Largo, FL, and Joan Blair, who married Michael Marjinsky, and lived in Liverpool and Sawyers Bay, NY.

Harry D. Blaney and Mary Louise Shannon Blaney lived at 119 Spring St. by 1937, at 408 Elm St. by 1942, and at 106 John St. by 1948.  The couple came to the village about 1926.  Mr. Blaney was an inspector for the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co.  He died on 4-25-1954, at age 72.  Mrs. Blaney, a native of Trenton, Canada, worked for the Red and White grocery store for 24 years and died on 2-7-1959, at age 69.  They had a son, Robert F. Blaney, who was born about 1921, served in WWII, wed Helen Koschnick and Montana Widger, worked as a brakeman for the NYC railroad and for the Halcomb Steel Co. drove the team bus for the Syracuse Blazers hockey team, and lived in Syracuse at his death on 11-6-1998.  Mrs. Blaney's family also lived in Fayetteville, (see the listing for Catherine Shannon).

Charles Arthur Bond and Ethel M. Bond lived on Redfield Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Bond was a druggist and operated his own pharmacy in Manlius.  He later moved to 1900 South Ave. in Syracuse, where he operated the Strathmore Pharmacy at the same address.  Mr. Bond was residing there at his death on 2-14-1946.  They had two sons.

Carrie Baniels Borgett lived at 207 Highbridge St. by 1926, having lived earlier in Chittenango.  She was the widow of Frank B. Borgett, who died on 5-24-1936, at age 73.  Mr. Borgett was a machinist and engineer for the Dunning & Boschert Press Co. for 35 years.  Mrs. Borgett was a native of Savannah, NY, and was born about 1866.  She died in a Syracuse nursing home on 4-10-1944.  Mr. and Mrs. Bogett had a son, George D. Borgett, (see the entry below.) 

George D. Borgett and Mary "Molly" Scanlon Borgett lived at 320 Highbridge St. by 1937.  Mr. Borgett was born in Chittenango on 4-8-1888.  Mrs. Borgett was born about 1890, and the couple married in Syracuse on 9-21-1910.  Mr. Borgett was an Onondaga County sheriff's deputy, then worked as a guard at the Jamesville penitentiary.  Mr. Borgett retired from there about 1953, after 20 years of service.  He was active in Republican party politics and served with the Fayetteville volunteer fire department.  Mr. Borgett died on 11-24-1965.  Mrs. Borgett died on 1-2-1971.  They had three daughters:  Geraldlne Borgett Murray Gillette, who was born about 1914, and lived in Oswego, NY, at her death on 6-16-1995, (see the listing for Harry Murray), Elizabeth Borgett, who wed James Parish, and lived in Weedsport, NY, and Jeanette Borgett, who married Richard Campbell, and also lived in Weedsport.

Henry K. Borszewski and Bertha See Borszewski lived in Mycenae, a hamlet along the East Genesee Turnpike between Fayetteville and Chittenango, by 1942.  The family lived previously on Tremont St. in Syracuse, and at 134 Academy St.  Mr. Borszewski was born on 10-9-1876, and the couple married about 1908.  He was a farmer and storekeeper, and later was the proprietor of a Shell service station.  Mrs. Borszewski was born about 1877, and died on 4-24-1944.  Mr. Borszewski died on 2-15-1948.  They had:  Henry Borszewski, Jr., (see the entry below), Vivian Esther Borszewski, who was born about 1914, wed Kenneth Jones on 7-16-1943, worked in the cafeteria at a local school, and lived at 6447 Siawassia St. in Jamesville at her death on 3-22-1977, and Laura "Skip" Borszewski, who was born in 1922, wed Albert Carl Kath, and lives in Manlius.

Henry K. Borszewski, Jr., and Mabel Brownell Borszewski lived on the Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Borszewski was born on 9-3-1908, and was a graduate of Morrisville Technical College.  He was a bus driver for the local school district, and later retired in 1973 after 30 years as a shipping clerk and driver with the Self-Lock Screw Co.  Mrs. Borszewski was born on 2-23-1915, and came to Mycenae about 1933.  She died on 1-12-1985, and Mr. Borszewski died on 1-4-1991.  They had:  Donald D. Borszewski, who was born on 2-3-1935, wed Eleanor A. Priore, retired from the General Electric Co., and resided in San Antonio, TX, at his death on 6-23-1998, Marsha Borszewski Wilson, who lived in Chittenango, and Linda Borszewski Mann Hodges, who lived in Canyon County, CA.

John J. Bowe and Evelyn Voorhees Bowe lived at 210 Lincoln Ave. by 1937, and later at 505 Clinton St.  Mr. Bowe was a die caster and foreman at Precision Casting Co. for 34 years before retiring in 1954.  He died on 6-17-1959.  Mrs. Bowe, a native of Sayre, PA, was born about 1903, and came to Fayetteville about 1926.  She died on 1-4-1967. 

Marjorie Bowman lived at 304 S. Manlius St. by 1942.  Miss Bowman was a native of Auburn, NY, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1940.  She taught English at Fayetteville High School from 1940 to 1942.  Shortly after resigning, Miss Bowman wed Edward H. Dann, II, and they lived at 708 Crawford St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Dann was an electrical engineer who graduated from Syracuse University and owned Empire Metal Inc.  He was born about 1915, and died on 6-12-1975.  Mrs. Dann was a published author, specializing in short stories.  Their children:  Edward Dann, III, who was born about 1945, wed Gretchen Sue Sehnert on 11-28-1969, lives in Jamesville, and continues to operate the family metal business, and Douglas A. Dann, who was born about 1948, wed Naomi Thomas on 2-23-1974, was also active in operating Empire Metal, Inc., and lived at 435 Fellows Ave. in Syracuse. 

Harry Joseph Boyle and Margaret Boyle lived at 315 Brooklea Dr. by 1926.  Mr. Boyle was born 3-1-1882 in Ireland, and came to this country as a young man.  He worked as a polisher at the Stickley Furniture Co., and later worked at the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Boyle died on 6-9-1947.  Mrs. Boyle was born about 1881, and the couple wed about 1916.  She died on 11-17-1946. 

William A. Boysen and Dorothy Wadsworth Boysen lived at 208 Redfield Ave. by 1942.  Mr. Boysen was born about 1908.  He was in the insurance business with the American Surety Co., and served on the local board of education.  They had:  Arthur Boysen, who was born about 1934, and attended St. Lawrence University, and Constance Boysen, who was born about 1938.

Albert J. Bracken and Ethel Kelly Bracken lived at 407 Warren St. by 1937, having lived earlier at 304 S. Manlius St., and 119 Spring St.  Mr. Bracken was born on 1-14-1888, in Oswego, NY, and the family lived there until at least 1920.  After moving to Fayetteville, Mr. Bracken worked 30 years as a die repairman for the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 9-7-1978, at age 90, while residing at 117 Washington St. in Manlius.  Mrs. Bracken's brother, Francis P. "Shank" Kelly, was also a die repairman for the Precision Castings Co., and lived with the Bracken family in 1942.  Mrs. Bracken, a native of Oswego, was born about 1891.  The couple wed about 1918, and came to Fayetteville in the mid 1920's.  Mrs. Bracken died on 3-27-1965.  They had:  Mary Bracken Vail, who was born in 1919, lives in Manlius, and was a stenographer for the McIntyre Paper Co., Elizabeth Bracken, who was born 2-26-1922, studied nursing, wed Joseph Sluznis, and lived in New Hartford, NY, at her death in September, 1977, James Joseph Bracken, who was born about 1924, was a salesman for the Weather Seal Co., and lived in Pompano Beach, FL, and Syracuse, Ann Bracken Cook, who was born in April, 1928, was a telephone operator and lived in New Hartford, and Margaret Agnes Bracken, who was born about 1931, wed Roger Gordon Townsend on 11-26-1955, and lived in Syracuse.

Paul C. Bradt and Mary Kameron Bradt lived at 305 South Manlius St. by 1936, and at 205 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Bradt was born on 3-6-1909, and grew up in Groton, NY.  He was a teacher at the Fayetteville Junior High School, but moved to East Syracuse and taught there in 1943.  The next year, Mr. Bradt accepted a position as guidance counselor and assistant principal in Delmar, NY.  The family resided in Endicott, NY, by 1956.  Mr. Bradt died there in October, 1972, and Mrs. Bradt, who was born about 1913, still resides there.  They had:  Charles Bradt, who was born in June, 1937, and another son.

Thomas F. Brady and Mary "Polly" Higgins Brady lived in Mycenae by 1942.  Mr. Brady was born on 2-6-1889.  He was a native of Cortland, NY, and came to Fayetteville about 1930.  Mr. Brady was a farmer on the Collin Armstrong farm and also worked for the Hoffman Machinery Co. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Brady was a native of Pompey, and wed about 1927.  Mr. Brady died on 11-16-1981, at age 92.  Mrs. Brady, who worked at Green Lakes State Park for 25 years, died on 9-27-1997, her 96th birthday.  They had:  Thomas W. Brady, who was born on 6-28-1931, worked for the Precision Castings Co., and resided in Fayetteville at his death on 8-23-2008, and Mary Agnes Brady, who married Jeremiah Thomas Campbell on 9-14-1957, and lived in Kirkville, NY.

Alonzo Frederick Andrew Brand and Helen Amelia DeLong Donaldson Brand lived at 150 E. Genesee St. by 1926.  Dr. Brand was born on 9-17-1897, and served in WWI.  He was a  graduate of Syracuse University Medical College.  Mrs. Brand was born in PA on 1-2-1898, and the couple wed in 1923.  She was a teacher.  Dr. Brand grew up in Syracuse and came to Fayetteville about 1921.  He was a physician in Fayetteville for about 20 years before accepting a commission to serve the government during WWII.  By 1942, Mrs. Brand's mother, Mrs. Mary C. Donaldson, who had lived many years in Reading, PA, moved to Fayetteville and resided with the family.  Mrs. Donaldson was born in 1861, and died on 6-29-1950.  During the final years of WWII, she occupied the family home in Fayetteville while the Brand family resided in Sylvan Hills, TX--near San Antonio, where Dr. Brand was stationed.  By 1946, the family resided in Memphis, TN, and spent their summers at Thousand Islands, NY.  In the course of Dr. Brand's career with the Public Health Service, the Brands also lived in San Francisco, Washington, Baltimore, MD, Richmond, VA, the Philippines, and in Thailand for two years before moving to Oklahoma City, OK, in 1955.  The Brand's did not sell their home in Fayetteville until 1953.  While in the service, Lt. Col. Brand specialized in the treatment of venereal disease.  He retired in 1960, and the couple relocated to Ft. Myers Beach, FL, where Dr. Brand died on 3-31-1963.  Mrs. Brand died 3-12-2006, while living in Richmond.  They had:  Helen Marilyn Brand, who was born in 1925, wed Larry Gould, and lived in Richmond, Sylvia Jeanne Brand Cunningham, who was born in 1929, graduated from Stanford, earned her master's in education from Oklahoma University, wed John C. Cunningham on 9-8-1956, and lived in Durham, NC, and Dorothy Brand, who also lived in Durham.   

Chester A. Brand boarded at 117 Mill St. by 1930, and resided on High Bridge St. by 1942.  He was born on 5-20-1906, and was a native of Walnut Creek, OH.   Mr. Brand worked as a paper finisher.  He resided in Camillus, NY, at his death on 3-12-1986.  He had:  Frederick W. Brand, who was born on 2-19-1934, wed Sylvia Hill about 1960, was a foreman for the Carrier Corp., lived in East Syracuse, and died on 2-2-2003, and Betty Brand, who was born about 1929, married John Legawiec, also lived in East Syracuse, and died on 10-31-1992.

Daniel Tracy Brenan and Cora McKee Brenan lived at 308 Spring St. by 1926.  Mr. Brenan was born on 8-7-1885, in NE, and was a musician in his early years.  After moving to CNY, in the early 1920's, he was a rod maker, and retired about 1956 after 10 years as a machinist for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Brenan was born about 1884, and the couple wed about 1914.  She also was a musician.  Mr. Brenan was well known for his support of state conservation programs.  He died on 5-16-1962.  Their children:  William T. Brenan, (see his listing), Barbara A. Brenan, who was born about 1920, was a secretary for the Brown-Lipe-Chapin division of General Motors, married Duane C. "Pee Wee" Manning, and lived in Sherrill, NY, and Ruth Brenan, who was born in 1917, wed James H. Williams about 1939, and died on 7-22-1999, in Flat Rock, NC.

William T. Brenan and Marjorie Bennington Brenan lived with his parents, Daniel Brenan and Cora Brenan, at 308 Spring St. by 1942.  Mr. Brenan was born on 11-28-1915.  He was a toolmaker for the Onondaga Tool Salvage Co., and a time study worker at Lipe-Rollway. The couple lived at 1595 Westmoreland Ave. in Syracuse, and later moved to Hendersonville, NC.  They resided there at Mr. Brenan's death on 6-12-1995.  Mrs. Brenan was born on 1-13-1919, and died on 12-11-1997.  They had:  Barbara Taylor Brenan, who worked at the Chappel's store in Syracuse, wed Robert L. Ross in June, 1963, and lived in Cologne, Germany, Micheline McKee Brenan, who was born about 1942, wed Franklin D. Richards and lived in Columbus, OH, and Tracy B. Brenan, who was born on 11-22-1959, and died on 12-10-1976, following dental surgery to remove four wisdom teeth.  She was 17.    

Kenneth E. Brignall and Marion Vincent Brignall lived at 311 E. Genesee St. by 1937, at 403 East Genesee St. by 1942, and on North Manlius St. by 1960.  Mr. Brignall owned and operated a heating and plumbing business.  He was well known for his interest in many civic and social activities.  Mr. Brignall was born on 8-16-1908, and died in Fayetteville on 12-27-1962.  Mrs. Brignall was born on 12-21-1906, and was very active in the Eastern Star.  She moved to Bradenton, FL, in 1976, and died there on 3-1-1987.  They had:  Wayne Brignall, who married Karen Ann Brizee Brignall about 1961, graduated from SUNY-Canton, and resides in Fayetteville, Keith Brignall, who married Grace Porteus Brignall in 1962, and also lives in Fayetteville, and Bruce H. Brignall, who was born on 2-7-1946, and died in Bainbridge, GA, on 1-5-2006.

Theron Alexander Bristol and Helen E. Bristol lived on Green Lakes Rd. near Kirkville by 1942.  Mr. Bristol was born on 8-17-1885, and was a farmer on the property of L. S. Bettinger, (see his entry).  He lived in the area by at least 1900.  Mr. Bristol was residing at 229 McKinley St. in Minoa at his death on 6-9-1954.  Mrs. Bristol subsequently moved to West Seneca St. in Manlius.

William L. Broad and Hilda Wright Broad lived at 302 Elm St. by 1942, at 204 Clinton St., by 1951, and on Mott Rd. by 1960.   Mr. Broad was born on 12-22-1907, and graduated from Princeton, and from law school at Harvard in 1932.  He was a partner at the firm of Mackenzie, Smith, Lewis, Michell, & Hughes in Syracuse, and also served as chairman of the board at Cazenovia College.  Mrs. Broad was born about 1906, and the couple wed in June, 1937.  She was an avid golfer, and scored a hole-in-one at age 81.  The couple resided at The Nottingham, in Jamesville, when Mr. Broad died on 10-9-2000.  They had:  Sarah "Sally" Broad Fowler, who was born about 1943, and lives in Naperville, IL, and John T. Broad, who attended Amherst, and lives in Boulder, CO.  

William Edward Brookins and Blanche Fisher Brookins lived at 410 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier with her father in Galen, NY.  Mr. Brookins was born in NYC on 3-26-1894, and was a conductor on the NY Central Railroad for 52 years.  Mr. Brookins died on 3-8-1970.  Mrs. Brookins was born on 6-14-1893, and the couple wed about 1915.  She resided in Winter Park, FL, at her death in February, 1976.

Paul F. Brossus and Evelyn Badgley Brossus lived at 705 Oakwood Ave. by 1942, at 414 East Genesee St. by 1948, and moved to Stuart, FL, in 1967.  Mr. Brossus was born on 8-5-1909.  He was a driver for the Atlantic Refining Co., and then about 1946, started a business selling and servicing appliances.  Mr. Brossus died on 9-1-1996, while residing in Stuart.   Mrs. Brossus was born on 9-22-1910, and following Mr. Brossus' death, she returned to CNY, where she resided with her daughter.  She died on 6-29-2001.  They had:  Judith Brossus Nash, who attended the Simmons School of Home Economics, and lives in Bridgeport, NY.

Raymond D. Brough and Katharine Boedicker Brough lived on the Fayetteville-Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Dr. Brough was born on 5-24-1905, in Poultney, VT, and graduated cum laude from Tufts University Dental School.  He practiced dentistry in Syracuse for 50 years and retired in 1981.  Mrs. Brough graduated from Columbia University and worked as a dental hygienist with her husband for many years.  She was born on 7-28-1909, and the couple wed on 9-22-1934.  They were living at 5100 Highbridge St. when Mrs. Brough died on 5-17-1978.  Dr. Brough died on 2-14-1999.  They had: Ann Brough, who wed Richard J. Mullin, taught at Cazenovia Jr. College, and resides in Manlius, Gail Brough, who married James W. Chapman, and lives in Albuquerque, NM, Mary Kay Brough, who wed Thomas J. Maroney, was a nurse at the Presbyterian Hospital in NYC, and lives now in Manlius, R. Donald Brough, who lives in Honolulu, James Brough, who resides in NYC, and Michael Brough, who lives in Chapel Hill, NC. 

Arthur Franklin Brown and Gertrude Brown lived on W. Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Brown was born about 1914.  He worked for the Syracuse Supply Co. and Mrs. Brown was a bookkeeper for Shehadi's Inc., in Syracuse.  The family moved to Metairie, LA.  They had:  Arthur Brown, Jr., who lived in Washington, DC, and Leslie Anne Brown, who lived in San Antonio, TX.  

Bertram A. Brown and Lillian Lavally Brown lived at 200 Homewood Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier in Worcester, MA.  Mr. Brown was born about 1890, and was a sales rep for the Stanley Electrical Tool Co. Mrs. Brown was a born about 1892, and was a native of Worcester.  The couple wed about 1913.  Mrs. Brown moved to Metairie, LA, about 1962, and died on 3-2-1973.  They had:  Arthur F. Brown, (see his entry above).

Charles Brown and Laura Brown lived at 406 Elm St. by 1926.  Mr. Brown was born about 1859, and was a cigar maker, and later was a gardener for various families.  Mrs. Brown was born about 1872, and died on 1-8-1943.  Mr. Brown was married previously.  He and Laura Brown were married about 1907, which was about the time that Mrs. Brown came to Fayetteville from Canastota, NY.

C. Herbert Brown and Dorothy Smith Brown lived on the Manlius Center Rd. by 1942, and at 7469 James St.  Mr. Brown was born about 1911, and grew up in Fayetteville.  (See the entry for his father, Clarence R. Brown).  He worked as a grocery salesman, and was a co-owner of the Stanton and Brown Market.  Later Mr. Brown was the owner of the Polhamus Oil Co.  He died on 7-17-1975.  Mrs. Brown's father, William B. Smith, lived with the family at his death in 1974, at age 95.  Mr. Smith spent most of his life farming in Cicero.  Mrs. Brown was born on 6-17-1914, and was a self-employed beautician.  She had moved to 100 Flume Road, in Manlius, before her death on 2-18-1998.  Mr. and Mrs. Brown had:  Robert Brown, who lived in Schenectady, and then Scotia, NY, Joanne Brown Nicholson, who lived in Yuba City, CA, before moving to Scotia, and Stephen B. Brown, who also lived in Scotia.

Clarence R. Brown and Blanche Doe Brown lived at 108 N. Burdick St. by 1926, and at 204 E. Genesee St. by 1951.  Mr. Brown was born about 1887, and was a native of Lyndon.  He was a farmer, carpenter, the manager of a gravel pit, and later a caretaker for the Onondaga Country Club.  The couple wed on 11-30-1910.  They moved to 319 Race St. in Chittenango about 1954, and resided there at Mr. Brown's death on 6-23-1964.  They had:  Ellis P. Brown, who was born about 1920, wed Helen Allen Brown, worked for the Precision Castings Co., and lived at 204 E. Genesee St. at his death on 1-28-1959, Edna Brown, who wed John E. LaTant, worked for General Electric and Birdseye Foods, and died in Fulton, NY, on 3-12-2005, at the age of 92, Franklin H. Brown, who was born about 1921, worked at a store owned by the Kinsella family, and was killed in action on Okinawa on 5-4-1945, while serving with the USMC in WWII, C. Herbert Brown, (see his entry), Bertha Brown, who was born about 1913, wed Earl Sherwood, and lived in Chittenango at her death on 5-22-1982, Margaret Brown Snyder Jewell, who lived in Elbridge, Gladys Brown Pontillo, who was born about 1914, wed Alfred A. Pontillo, lived in Chittenango, and died in 1982, Elmer R. Brown, who was born about 1916, Irene Brown Aldrich Parker, who was born about 1923, and lived in TX, Richard Brown, who lived in Liverpool, and Dwight C. "Bub" Brown, who was born in 1927, served in the Korean conflict, married Angela Demko, worked in the Fayetteville post office, and lived in Littleton, CO, at his death on 10-16-2006.

Geoffrey Milton Brown and Elsie Folsom Brown lived at 244 Salt Springs St. by 1942, having resided earlier at 201 Ackerman Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Brown was a native of Wellington, Somerset, England.  He was born on 3-21-1901, and came to this country in 1919. Mrs. Brown, a native of NYC, was born about 1904.  The couple wed about 1927, and moved to Fayetteville about 1932.  At one time, Mr. Brown was an insurance broker and Mrs. Brown was a real estate broker, and they shared an office in the Seitz Building in Syracuse.  Later, Mr. Brown worked many years at Vega Industries as a salesman. He died on 9-17-1987, and Mrs. Brown died on 12-1-1993.  They had:  Joyce Brown Fisher, who was born in 1930, and lives in Cazenovia.

George C. Brown and Bertha Hayes Brown lived on W. Genesee Turnpike by 1942, having lived earlier on Hunt Dr. and in Manlius.  Mr. Brown was born about 1881, and worked as a carpenter.  He died on 11-9-1946.  Mrs. Brown was born about 1884, and the couple wed about 1902.  They had:  Marian Brown, who was born about 1904, married Allen Davenport about 1921, and lived in Gloucester Point, VA, Dorothy Brown, who was born about 1908, wed William T. Stanley about 1934, and lived in Cleveland, OH, and Helen Brown, who was born about 1911, wed D. Stewart Wells about 1934, and lived in Minoa.

Godfrey D. Brown and Cosette d'Avignon Brown lived at 413 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Brown was born 6-6-1911, and was a native of Newark, NY.  He graduated from Ithaca College in 1936, and became a music teacher and band instructor at Fayetteville High School.  By 1944, the family moved and Mr. Brown taught in Geneva, NY.  He died on 3-2-1988.  Mrs. Brown was born on 12-14-1913, and died while living in Geneva in December, 1980.  They had:  Gail Brown, who was born about 1937, and William Brown, who was born in September, 1940. 

LeVernie Richardson Brown lived at 207 Chapel St. by 1926.  Mrs. Brown was the widow of William Lansing Brown.  Mr. Brown was born about 1883, and they wed about 1907.  Mr. Brown was a furniture maker.  Mrs. Brown was born 2-18-1883, and was a native of Cazenovia.  She came to Fayetteville about 1917, worked in a dry goods store, and died 6-25-1965.  They had:  M. Elowene Brown, who was born on 4-2-1913, worked as a stenographer at the Manlius School, wed James Erwin McDermott in 1951, elected receiver of taxes for the Town , and died  4-1-1991.

Norton Floyd Brown and his sister, Eva Brown Dasen, lived at 210 High Bridge St. by 1926.  Mr. Brown was born about 1885.  He was a builder, a florist, and a gardener.  Mrs. Dasen was born about 1887.  She was previously married to Jules Dasen, a watchmaker, who died on 5-7-1940, while residing at 1129 South Salina St. in Syracuse.  For many years, Mr. Brown and Mrs. Dasen had a winter home in St. Cloud, FL.  Mr. Brown died on 4-25-1956.

Ronald J. Brown and Helen Mulvey Brown moved to 504 Clinton St. in 1942.  Mr. Brown was born about 1898, in Syracuse, and served in the infantry during WWI.  The couple wed in 1921.  Mr. Brown was a woodworker for the International-Harvester Co., and an inspector for the Precision Castings Co., before operating a service station in Fayetteville for seven years.  Mr. Brown was living at 2300 S. Salina St. in Syracuse at his death on 6-26-1949.  They had:  Eleanor Brown, who worked for the Acme grocery store chain, wed Charles I. Graves, and lived in Mitchell, SD, Kathryn Brown, who lived in Syracuse, and Robert J. Brown, who also lived in Syracuse. 

George J. Bryan and Grace Smith Bryan lived at 132 E. Genesee St. by 1937.  Dr. Bryan was born in Savona, NY, and graduated from Syracuse University's College of Medicine in 1898.  He maintained a medical practice in Fayetteville from his graduation until his death on 1-28-1954.  Mrs. Bryan was born on 7-2-1888, and graduated from Pratt Institute in 1908.  She moved to Fayetteville in 1916 and was active in numerous civic, church, and school causes.  Mrs. Bryan was also among the first in the state to teach home economics when she taught it in the Fayetteville schools.  She was instrumental in starting publication of a periodic Fayetteville Directory in the 1930s, a project that involved listing all the families with a Fayetteville mailing address.  Mrs. Bryan's aunt,  Miss Sarah Smith,  lived with the couple at her death on 6-7-1943, at age 85.  Mrs. Bryan lived at 102 Warren St. at her death on 5-30-1988--a few weeks before her 100th birthday.

Louis N. "Cousin Louie" Bucci and Mary DeSpirito Bucci moved to 314 Brooklea Dr. in March, 1942.  They lived there until November, 1947.  Mr. Bucci was born on 12-5-1903.  He worked for the Onondaga County Savings Bank in Syracuse, and later spent 20 years selling Ford automobiles.  He resided in Solvay, NY, at his death on 4-21-1979.  Mrs. Bucci was born on 5-25-1908, and worked as a bookkeeper for a family owned lumber yard.  She died in FL on 1-24-1998.  They had:  Mary Louise Bucci, who wed Stephen Eckstein, and lived in New Port Richey, FL,  Richard L. Bucci, who resided in Solvay, and Ernestine Bucci, who was born in June, 1942, and died the following month.

John Bull and Elsa (Elsie) May Oram Bull lived on West Genesee Turnpike by 1937, having lived earlier in Sennett, NY. Mr. Bull was born in Draycott, England on 2-6-1882, and came to America about 1902.  He was a caretaker on the Lyndon Farms estate of Andrew Strong White for more than 25 years.  Mrs. Bull was a native of Bristol, England.  She was born about 1896, and the couple wed about 1915.  Mr. Bull died on 9-25-1949.  Mrs. Bull was living at 97 Draycott St. at her death on 8-6-1967.  They had:  Robert Bull, who was born about 1922, and was struck and killed by a car on 2-24-1940, as he walked on the Turnpike near his home.  

Calvin S. Bunnell and Harriet Jones Bunnell lived at 404 Spring St. by 1937, at 412 Orchard St. by 1942, and at 104 Spring St. by 1960.  Mr. Bunnell was born on 5-21-1902.  He began his career as a journeyman typesetter in 1925 with Dix Typesetting in Syracuse.  Mr. Bunnell plied his trade until he retired in 1966, and then became very active in senior citizen causes.  The couple lived at 504 Highbridge St. when Mrs. Bunnell died on 7-8-1968.  Mr. Bunnell was residing at 110 Valerie Dr. with his daughter, Carol, at his death on 8-17-1992.  They had:  Marilyn Bunnell Beattie, who lived in Manlius, and Carol Bunnell McAndrew, who lived in Fayetteville.  (Mr. Bunnell's sister, Mary Alice Bunnell, worked for the NY Telephone Co. and lived with the family prior to her marriage to Louis Jones on 3-6-1943.  Mr. Bunnell's brother, Robert Bunnell, also lived in Fayetteville.  See his listing below.)

Robert W. "Buzz" Bunnell and Eleanor Johnson Bunnell lived at 225 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, and at 225 Highbridge St. by 1960.  Mr. Bunnell was born on 7-27-1915, and worked for the L. C. Smith Typewriter Co.  Mrs. Bunnell was born 2-5-1917, and was a secretary for the Fayetteville Manlius school district.  In 1980, the couple moved to Sun City Center, FL.  Mrs. Bunnell died in FL on 10-2-1994, and Mr. Bunnell died there on 5-13-1996.  Their children:  Robert Bunnell, who resided in Greenville, SC,  and Patricia Bunnell Donaldson, who lived in Chaumont, NY.  

Thomas Edward Burd lived at 417 Salt Springs St. by 1942, having lived earlier in Boston, Worcester, and Brookline, MA.  Mr. Burd was born on 9-19-1891, in Wellington, England, and came to America in 1913.  He was a salesman for various companies, and worked for the American Cyanamid Chemical Co. while residing in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Ruth Irene Gilbert, who was probably born on 2-19-1897, and is believed to have been previously wed to Edward C. Gilbert, also lived at this address.  It is believed that they wed and moved to the St. Petersburg, FL area, where Mrs. Gilbert-Burd died in August, 1976, and Mr. Burd died in May, 1985, at the age of 93.

Oliver Dudley Burden, Jr., lived at the Orchard Brook farm on High Bridge Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Burden was born about 1906, and was a graduate of Cornell University.  He was in the general insurance business before joining the armed forces at the outbreak of WWII.  He became a career military officer and served until his death in an army hospital in San Francisco on 10-27-1960.  Lt. Col. Burden married Alice Saunders Burden and they had:  Lisa Burden, and Oliver Burden, III.  Mr. Burden's parents, Oliver D. Burden and Irene DeTamble Burden, also lived in the area.  Mr. Burden, Sr., was born on 3-15-1873, graduated from law school at Cornell, and practiced in Syracuse for many years.  He represented former President Theodore Roosevelt in a famous libel case that was tried in Syracuse in 1915.  Mr. Burden also served 13 years as the U. S. Attorney for the Northern District of NY.  He died on 11-10-1947.

Anthony William Burg and Mable Roberta Burg lived at 308 Genesee St. by 1942, having lived earlier in Buffalo.  Mr. Burg was born in Iowa on 12-16-1886, and operated an electrical business in Syracuse.  Mrs. Burg was born in NE about 1891, and the couple married about 1913.  Mr. Burg died on 7-10-1967, while living in Cazenovia.  They had:  Yvonne Burg, who was born on 9-20-1914, wed Harold B. Smith, and lived in Seattle at her death on 5-16-2007, Prudence Burg, who was born on 5-8-1916, wed Richard Ledyard Hubbard, earned an MFA from SUNY-New Paltz, won a Fulbright grant to teach in Istanbul, was a widely exhibited ceramist, resided in Cazenovia, and died 6-5-2003, and her twin, Priscilla Burg, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1939, married Alexander Jenney and, following his death, Theodore M. Hancock, was an artist, and lived in Cazenovia at her death on 4-8-1992.  All the daughters were born in NE.

Daniel Richmond Burhans lived at 125 South Mill St. by 1926.  Mr. Burhans was born in Fayetteville on 8-11-1883.  He was a woodworker at W. E. Burhans & Son, a family owned sash and blind business.  Mr. Burhans moved to Syracuse about 1950 and was living at 139 Dablon Ct. at his death on 10-29-1965.

Orlo Daniel Burhans and Clara Janet Myers Burhans lived at 120 E. Genesee St. by 1926, and later at 125 S. Mill St.  Mr. Burhans was a member of an early and prominent Syracuse family.  He was born in Fayetteville, in April, 1865, but at his death on 4-2-1942, he had resided at 206 Furman St. in Syracuse for about 30 years.  Mr. Burhans was the president of the Wood Glass Co. and was a partner in the Burhans & Black hardware store on Salina St. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Burhans was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, in May, 1872, and the couple wed about 1894.  She was very active in the DAR and other historical and genealogical groups.  Mrs. Burhans died on 4-24-1960, at age 88, after residing in Fayetteville for about 18 years.  They had:  Ruth Babcock Burhans, who was born 2-3-1898, shared her mother's interest in family history, resided with her mother and later at 250 Salt Springs Rd., where she died on 10-13-1979, and Henry Arnold Burhans, who was born about 1902, wed Geraldine Frostholm, was in the hardware, coal, auto, and other businesses, and died on 12-18-1963.

Edward Albert Burtt and Nellie Anderson Burtt lived at 404 East Genesee St. by 1937, having boarded earlier on N. Manlius St., and lived at 212 Salt Springs St. by 1960.  Mr. Burtt was born in Andover, MA, on 6-21-1894.  Mrs. Burtt was born about 1894, in Andover, and the couple married about 1919.  They came to Fayetteville about 1930.  Mr. Burtt was a stock clerk at the Precision Castings Co. and died on 10-10-1967.  Mrs. Burtt died on 3-7-1985.  They had:  Clayton A. Burtt, who was born in MA about 1922, graduated from Brown University, married Laura Jeanne Kerr on 8-11-1951, and lives in Hampton, NH.

Clarence L. Bushnell and Ada Grace Cummings Bushnell lived at 203 Washington St. by 1926, and in the Cummings family home at 306 Washington St. by 1937.  Mr. Bushnell was born about 1878, and died on 7-27-1948.  For a period in the 1920's, he operated a bargain store at 105 S. Mill St.  Mr. Bushnell was also a salesman, a builder, and a contractor.  Mrs. Bushnell was born about 1881, and was a lifelong resident of Fayetteville.  She died on 4-20-1951. She was one of the ten children of John Cummings and Mary Jane Harmer, early residents of Fayetteville.  By 1942, the Bushnells shared their home with two of Mrs. Bushnell's siblings, William Cummings, and Emma Cummings.  (See the entry for William Cummings.)

Walter S. Butler and Florence Bertha Hotaling Butler lived at 138 South St. by 1937, and at 104 North St. by 1942.  Mr. Butler was born 6-29-1894, and served in WWI.  He worked for the Stickley Furniture Co., and later was a caretaker at the Onondaga Country Club.  Mrs. Butler was born in Pompey about 1890, came to Fayetteville as a child, and died on 1-5-1970.  Mr. Butler was a life long resident of the village and died on 1-15-1974.

George F. Butts and Ada Valeda Adams Smith Butts lived at 316 Brooklea Dr. by 1926.  Mr. Butts was born in NY in May, 1864.  He was a farmer in Nebraska until the late 1890's when he moved his family to Manlius. He also farmed there before moving to Fayetteville about 1923, and came to live at 316 Brooklea Dr. by 1926.   Mr. Butts worked in real estate, was a furniture sander, and also a salesman for the Chittenango Bakery Co.  Mr. Butts wed Celia Allen Wilcox on 5-12-1887, and they had four children, three of whom survived.  Celia Butts was born in January, 1864, and died on 10-30-1920.  Mr. Butts later married Ada V. Adams, who was wed  previously to a Mr. Smith.  Mr. Butts died on 1-30-1945.  Mrs. Ada Butts died on 10-20-1947.  George and Celia Butts had:  Winifred Butts, who was born in NY in 1898, wed Frederick Seager, and lived in Syracuse, Hubert Butts, who was born in NE in October, 1894, and Willard Butts, who was born in NE about 1889, and lived in Bethlehem, PA.  Ada Butts had:  Kenneth Raymond Smith, who was born on 2-3-1912, married Fern Smith, operated a bait and sporting goods shop in Manlius, and died on 8-21-1984, and Donald L. Smith, who lived in Seneca falls, NY.

Thomas Jefferson "Jeff" Cahill and Mary Kinsella Cahill lived at 313 Spring St. by 1937.  Mr. Cahill was an electrical contractor.  Mrs. Cahill was born about 1885, and graduated from Cortland Normal School (now SUNY-Cortland).  She was the president of the PTA and taught in the Fayetteville schools for 27 years before her sudden death on 1-6-1953.  Mr. Cahill was born 11-3-1888, and was residing with his daughter's family at 4744 Enders Rd. at his death on 3-5-1972.  They had:  Mary Elizabeth Cahill, who was a stenographer with the USF & G Co., wed Douglas G. Dyne, on 9-1-1942, and lived in Fayetteville, Robert J. Cahill, who served in the USA during WWII, wed Marjorie Belle Ferris on 3-11-1945, worked for IBM,  and lived in Flint Ridge, CA, and Thomas B. Cahill, who was born in 1919, wed Bonnie Brown, was an outstanding athlete at Niagara University, graduated in 1942, served as an Army officer in WWII, coached football at West Point, chosen "Coach of the Year," by the Touchdown Club in 1966, and died 10-29-1992.

Brooke J. Calder and Mildred Boggis Calder lived at 519 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Calder was born on 9-2-1898, and was wounded-in-action during WWI.  He was a salesman for the Austin Powder Co. of Cleveland, OH.  The Calders lived most of their lives in Shaker Heights, OH, and the Cleveland area.  Mr. Calder died in FL in May, 1976, and Mrs. Calder died in Doylestown, PA, on 2-3-1995.  She was 94.  They had:  Mildred Calder Weber, who was born about 1925, and lives in Princeton, NJ, and Brooke Calder, Jr., who was born in 1929, and lived in Cleveland, Alexander William Calder, who was born on 12-10-1923, earned the Distinguished Flying Cross and was shot down in enemy territory during WWII, graduated from Case Western University, married Marilyn Knust and, after her death, Patricia A. Davies, was the CEO of Joy Manufacturing Corp., and died 10-20-2000, in PA.

Ralph Campbell and Emily Jane Earle Campbell lived at 511 Clinton St. by 1941.  Mr. Campbell was a lathe operator for the Cine-Simplex Co.  Mrs. Campbell was born about 1918, and the couple wed on 7-1-1939.  They then lived in Syracuse before moving to Mrs. Camplbell's home town of Fayetteville.  They had:  a son, and a daughter, who was born in May, 1940.

David J. Carey, Bridget A. Carey, and Margaret Carey Quinlan lived at 109 Walnut St. by 1942.  Miss Carey lived with her sister, Margaret Carey Quinlan, and brother-in-law, David Quinlan, on a farm in Pompey.  Following Mr. Quinlan's death on 9-12-1939, the two sisters moved to live with their widowed brother, David Carey, in Fayetteville.  Mr. Carey had been married to Mary Long Carey, who died on 7-30-1938.  He worked as a miller and was in the insurance business.  Mr. Carey also served many years as the president of the local board of education.  He died on 1-20-1951. Bridget Carey died 5-16-1957, at age 96.  Margaret Quinlan, who was born about 1872, died sometime after 1957.

Ernest J. Carpenter, Jr., and Grace Carpenter lived on Green Lake Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Carpenter was born in Syracuse on 10-5-1892, and was a violinist, orchestra leader, square dance caller, and carpenter.  Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter also ran an Amoco gas station and sold picnic supplies and ice cream.  They were originally from the Fayetteville area and lived in Boston before returning to CNY.  At Mr. Carpenter's death on 5-20-1973, the couple lived near Canastota, NY.  They had:  Ronald Carpenter, Carol Carpenter Ranig, John Carpenter, and Barbara Carpenter Franklin. 

Lillian Ackerman Carpenter lived at 101 Feeder St. by 1930, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mrs. Carpenter was born in Germany, in December, 1862, and came to America as a young child.  She was the widow of Orlando Carpenter, whom she married about 1886.  Mr. Carpenter was a veteran of the Civil War, and died about 1917.  Mrs. Carpenter later lived on Feeder St. with her widowed brother, George Ackerman, who died on 2-6-1936.  Mrs. Carpenter took in boarders.  She died on 4-14-1952.  Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter had a son, Fred W. Carpenter, who was born in June, 1887.

Florence E. Carr lived at 410 Elm St. by 1937, and at 103 Orchard St. by 1942.  Miss Carr was born in Fayetteville on 6-6-1872, and was the daughter of Frances P. Carr and Parker S. Carr.  She graduated from a Baptist missionary school in 1906 and worked among recent immigrants to this country.  Later she worked as a bookkeeper.  Miss Carr died on 11-24-1947.                        

Margaret Elizabeth Anguish Carr lived at 117 S. Mill St. by 1942.  She was the widow of Samuel Carr, who worked as a papermaker.  Mrs. Carr was born on 7-27-1889, and wied Walter Joseph Cirtwell 7-13-1907.  She died 2-17-1953.  She had, Joseph Cirtwell, who was born about 1908, and was a woodworker, and a foster daughter, Edith Hale.

John Frederick Carroll and Daisy Stratton Carroll lived at 206 Thompson St. by 1937, and at 125 Brooklea Dr. by 1942, having lived earlier at 201 Ashdale Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Carroll was born about 1881, and ran a barber shop on North Mill St. Mrs. Carroll was born about 1888, and the couple wed about 1905.  They had:  William "Frederick" Carroll, who was born about 1907, worked at a service station, and served in WWII, Susan Margaret Carroll, who was born about 1923, attended business school, and worked for Swift & Co.

Edward T. Cary and Mary Radoane Cary lived at 125 Cleveland Blvd. by 1937, and on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Cary was a sales rep for the A-1 Root Co., a firm which supplied beekeepers.  Mr. Cary died in 1952.  Mrs. Cary wed Horace P. O'Dell, Jr., in 1972.  Mrs. Cary-O'Dell, who was born in Condino, Austria, on 2-15-1911, died 2-12-2005.  Mr. and Mrs. Cary had a son, Francis Cary, who lived in Syracuse.

Jeremiah J. "Jerry" Cashin and Margaret O'Brien Cashin lived at 600 Clinton St., at the corner of Spring St., by 1926.  Mr. Cashin was born on a farm in Pompey, NY, on 3-14-1874.  As a young man, he lived and worked on the west coast and as far north as Alaska.  He eventually returned to Fayetteville in 1914, and purchased the local Red & White grocery store in 1917.  Mr. Cashin was a village trustee for many years and served 10 years as the mayor of Fayetteville, retiring in 1959.  This same year, he was the recipient of the village's first "Citizen of the Year Award."  Mrs. Cashin was a graduate of Cortland Normal School, (now SUNY-Cortland), and taught school in Fayetteville for several years.  She died on 2-25-1962, and Mr. Cashin then moved to 108 South Park St. and lived with his sister, Miss Margaret M. Cashin, until his death on 1-5-1964, at age 89. 

John E. Cashin and Agnes Collier Cashin lived at 507 Warren St. by 1926, and at 108 South Park St. by 1937.  Mr. Cashin was a native of Pompey, NY, and was born on 5-15-1868.  He worked as a foreman in an asphalt plant in Seattle, WA. The couple returned to CNY about 1917, and Mr. Cashin worked in a paper mill and as a laborer.  He was a brother of Fayeteville Mayor Jeremiah J. Cashin, (see the above listing).  Mr. Cashin died on 5-14-1952.  Mrs. Cashin was born in MN about 1883, and lived in Omaha, NE. She was living at 507 Warren St. at her death on 8-5-1968.  Mr. Cashin had been married previously.  He and Agnes Cashin wed about 1908, and had:  Josephine Cashin, who was born about 1912, was a clerk for the NY Telephone Co., wed William J. Crofut, and lived at 507 Warren St. before moving to Orlando, FL, John E. Cashin, Jr., who was born on 11-26-1914, lived in Mill Valley, CA, and died in May, 1987, Sarah M. "Sally" Cashin, who was born about 1910, graduated from RIT, wed Robert A. Ryan, lived in Manlius, and died on 5-4-1985.  All three children were born in WA.

Robert E. A. Cassatt lived at 209 North Park St. by 1942.  Mr. Cassatt was born in June, 1922, and was orphaned at age 13.  He then lived with his step-father, Lewis J. Ford, on Jamesville Rd. in DeWitt, and attended high school in Fayetteville.  Following graduation, Mr. Cassatt boarded briefly with the Simon J. Hertle family on North Park St., and was a stock clerk at the Precision Castings Co.  On 10-3-1942, he wed Marjorie McLennan Spencer at the famous "Little Church Around the Corner," in NYC.  Mrs. Cassatt was born in 1922, and grew up in Fayetteville, (see the entry for the A. Carl Spencer family).  The new couple lived on North Burdick St. until 1950 when they moved to Buffalo.  Mr. Cassatt went on to attend the Wharton School at the University of PA, and had a distinguished business career.  He began as an advertising manager for the GE Co. and became a senior executive with several companies, including the presidency of a division of the Westinghouse Corp.  Mr. and Mrs. Cassatt live now in retirement in Hampstead, NC.  The couple had:  Christopher Cassatt, who wed Lauren McDonald, lives in Snowmass, CO, and writes the "Shoe" comic strip which is carried in hundreds of newspapers, and Robert Cassatt, Jr., who is a food rep, and lives in Hampstead.  

Otto John Castle and Elizabeth A. Castle lived at 308 High Bridge St. by 1926, having lived before in Syracuse.  Mr. Castle was born on 11-14-1884, and Mrs. Castle was born about 1880.  Mr. Castle worked for the Franklin Car Co., and was an auto mechanic and later an assembler for the Continental Can Co. Mr. Castle lived at 703 Mountain View Ave. in Syracuse at his death on 6-25-1975.  It is believed that Mrs. Castle was previously the widow of a Mr. Harrison, and by him had:  Mary R. Harrison.

Clifford F. Cathers and Mary Shea Cathers lived at 101 Academy St. by 1942, and moved to 201 Concord Pl. about 1956.  Mr. Cathers was born on 1-13-1906, and grew up in Fayetteville.  He was a driver for the Bond Bread Co.  Mrs. Cathers was born in Frankfort, NY, on 10-8-1908, and retired in 1968 after teaching for 29 years in the local schools.  The couple later moved to Stuart, FL.  Mr. Cathers died in Rocky River, OH, on 1-21-1994, and Mrs. Cathers died in FL on 11-7-1999.  They had:  Ann Cathers Connally, and Jean Cathers Kirk, who both live in Rocky River.  See the listing below for Mr. Cathers' father, Fred J. Cathers.

Donald J. Cathers was a life resident of Fayetteville and grew up at 309 Spring St.  He was born on 12-1-1919, and served with the USN in WWII.  Mr. Cathers married Elizabeth Ann Eddy on 3-29-1944, and by 1948, they lived at 214 S. Burdick St.  Later they lived on Tyler Ct. in Manlius.  Mr. Cathers worked for the Precision Castings Co. for many years and became their plant manager.  Mrs. Cathers' family also lived in Fayetteville--see the listing for Merrill Eddy.  She was born on 1-22-1922, and was a native of Jamestown, NY.  Mrs. Cathers, a graduate of the Powelson Business Institute, died on 3-13-1973.  Mr. Cathers died on 6-24-1976.  They had:  Diane M. Cathers, and John F. Cathers, who was born about 1955, wed Glenna Bird on 12-10-1977, attended the University of Tennesee, is a construction executive, and lives in Knoxville, TN.  See the listing below for Mr. Cathers' father, Fred Cathers.

Fred John Cathers and Jennie Mitchell Cathers lived at 309 Spring St. by 1918, having lived earlier in Pompey.  Mr. Cathers was born on 9-8-1874.  He was a creamery manager, and later, head custodian at the Fayetteville High School.  Mrs. Cathers was born about 1882, and the couple married about 1903.  She died in July, 1951.  Their nine children:  Mildred L. Cathers, who was born about 1904, and married John Kelly in November, 1922, Clifford Cathers, (see his listing above), Marguerite D. Cathers, (see her listing below), Marion Cathers, who was born about 1909, wed John Graham, and lived in Syracuse, Donald Cathers, (see his listing above), Elizabeth Jane "Betty" Cathers, who was born about 1923, and wed Edward Lindenmayer (see his listing), Doris Cathers, who was born about 1911, married Donald R. Bowers on 10-26-1939, lived in Manlius, and died on 4-13-1994, Helen Mae Cathers Danforth, who married Robert C. Danforth, (see their listing), and Genevieve Cathers, who was born in 1914, wed Guilford Turberey in 1940, and lived in Liverpool, NY.

Marguerite Cathers lived at 309 Spring St. by about 1918.  She was born in the Oran-Pompey area on 8-15-1907, and moved as a child to Fayetteville with her parents, (see the listing for Fred J. Cathers).  Miss Cathers was a bookkeeper for the Marine Midland bank in Manlius.  She wed a co-worker, Gordon H. Judge, on 11-26-1953.  They moved into a new home at 208 Concord Pl. in 1954, and later had a home in Palm Harbor, FL.  Mrs. Judge retired in 1964 as an assistant branch manager after 36 years with the  Bank.  She died in FL on 4-14-1996.  Mr. Judge, who was a disabled veteran of WWII, died on 1-15-1998.

John E. Chambers and Helen Graves Chambers lived at 206 Elm St. by 1926, and at 306 E. Genesee St. by 1930.  Mr. Chambers was born in Washington about 1882.  Mrs. Chambers was born in Syracuse on 9-16-1878, and married Dr. E. Russel Sprague, a physician, about 1903.  They divorced and she came to Fayetteville and married Mr. Chambers about 1921.  Mrs. Chamber's unmarried sister, Alice R. Graves, lived with the couple by 1927.  Miss Graves was a magazine subscription agent.  She was born in Syracuse in October, 1874, and died on 11-16-1951.  Mrs. Chambers operated a tea room at 308 E. Genesee St., and Mr. Chambers was a distributor of oil and gas burners.  Mr. Chambers was an Army officer and served in WWI.  He was the Village's police chief during the 1920's, and died in March, 1952, in the Veterans Hospital in Tuscaloosa, AL.  Mrs. Chambers died on 7-29-1969.  By her first husband, Mrs. Chambers had Elizabeth L. Sprague, who was born on 11-11-1905.  Miss Sprague was a native of Syracuse but lived most of her life with her mother in Fayetteville.  She worked in Syracuse for the Singer Sewing Center, and was for many years the owne of the Old Stone Wall Antique Shop.  Miss Sprague died on 4-4-1988.

William A. Chapman and Edna White Chapman lived on East Genesee Turnpike by 1942, and moved to Manlius about two years later.  Mr. Chapman was born in Onondaga Hill, NY, and was an engineer for Smith-Corona.  Mrs. Chapman was born in South Onondaga, NY, and went to high school in Syracuse.  She retired from Smith-Corona.  Mr. and Mrs. Chapman lived at 107 Smith St. in Manlius at his death on 12-23-1991.  Mrs. Chapman died on 12-16-2007.  They had William Chapman, Jr., who lived in Phoenix, AZ, before his death in 1997, Susan Chapman Collin, who lives in Manlius, and Sally Chapman, who wed Joseph Bishop, and lives in Sugar Land, TX.

Arthur Gilbert Chase and Mina Assman Chase lived on Highbridge Rd. by 1930, having lived earlier on Walnut Ave. and at 310 Highland Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Chase was born at Port Richmond on Staten Island, NY, on 4-11-1880, and came to CNY about 1909.  He was an executive at the Continental Can Co. and later became the president and chairman of the board of Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Chase was born in NYC about 1882, and before her marriage was a dramatic soprano and pianist and had performed throughout Europe.  The couple wed in East Orange, NJ, in 1909.  Both were very active in club and society activities.  Their home in Lyndon, known as Highfields, was built in the late 1920's, and was a local show place.  It had an estimated value at that time of $200,000, and a staff of four live-in servants.  At her death on 4-3-1952, Mrs. Chase left an estate of $2 million.  Mr. Chase died on 10-17-1961, at Highfields.  They had:  Marie-Louise Chase, who wed Donald Tiffany, (see their listing), and Marcia Chase, who was born about 1919, wed a Mr. MacCallum and John T. Bunch, and lived in New Canaan, CT.

Robert George Cheley and Flora Look Cheley lived at 111 South Mill St. by 1926, having moved to Fayetteville from Williamstown, NY, about 1923.  Mr. Cheley was born in Williamstown 2-28-1883, and Mrs. Cheley was born 9-22-1882, in Amboy, NY.  The couple wed about 1909.  Mr. Cheley was a farmer when they lived in Oswego County but was a railroad section foreman while living in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Cheley died on 12-11-1953, and Mr. Cheley died in March, 1970.  They had:  William R. Cheley, (see the listing below), and Edna C. Cheley, who was born 7-9-1912, married William Berbaum on 4-9-1938, and lived in Washington, PA, at her death on 7-9-1998, her 86th birthday.

William R. Cheley and Olga Gress Cheley lived at 103 E. Genesee St. by 1942, and on North Eagle Village Rd. by 1954.  Mr. Cheley was born on 4-23-1909, and came with his family from Oswego County to Fayetteville about the time he entered high school.  The family resided at 111 S. Mill St.  Mr. Cheley worked briefly as a clerk, finisher in a furniture factory, and at a paper mill before becoming a radio engineer.  Mr. Cheley worked for WOLF before joining WAGE (later WHEN) in 1941, where he built the station's transmitter.  He became an amateur, or "ham," radio operator in 1925, and actively pursued the hobby for many years.  Mr. Cheley died on 3-2-1990.  Mrs. Cheley's mother, Mary Gress, lived with the family by 1948, and died in September, 1953.  Mrs. Cheley's brother, Walter Gress, also resided with the couple. He died on 1-9-1978.  Mr. Cheley's father, Robert Cheley, lived with the family while they were on East Genesee St.  Mrs. Cheley's father was a Russian Orthodox priest and an immigrant from Russia, but she was born in PA on 2-22-1909.  Mrs. Cheley sold candy at the Shoppingtown Theatre in DeWitt at its opening in 1957.  She died on 6-27-2002, while living in a nursing home in Chittenango, NY.  They had:  Cynthia Marie Cheley, who was born in 1933, graduated from Central City Business Institute (CCBI), worked at Crouse-Hinds, wed Louis Perry Foran on 9-1-1951, and died on 1-26-1956, and Betty Cheley Brown, who was born in August, 1935, married Thomas G. Brown, of Perryville, NY, about 1952, graduated from CCBI in 1953, worked 36 years in the finance department of the Carrier Corp., and lives in Hammond, NY.  Cynthia Cheley Foran died nine days after giving birth to her first child, Sean Foran.  The infant died soon afterward and the mother and her child were buried together in St. Mary's Cemetery in DeWitt.

William D. Cheney and Florence Greeley Cheney resided at 405 East Genesee St. by 1937, and at 110 Walnut St. by 1942.  Mr. Cheney was born in Antwerp, NY, about 1876.  He studied law at Syracuse University and practiced his profession in both Syracuse and Fayetteville.  Mr. Cheney was a lawyer for the Village of Fayetteville, as well as the village clerk.  Mr. Cheney died on 4-16-1943, and by 1948, Mrs. Cheney resided with her son, Robert Cheney, and his family at 118 Elm St.  She was born about 1883, and died on 6-7-1967.  They had:  Isabel Cheney, who was born about 1914, and married Arthur J. Krebs, (see their entry below), Robert Greeley Cheney, who was born about 1916, graduated from Syracuse University in 1939 and their law school in 1947, married Jayne Merritt on 7-3-1947, was an insurance claims manager, and lived at 102 Woodmancy Lane at his death on 7-23-1970, Margaret Cheney, who was born about 1919, wed Donald C. Dietzer, worked for O'Brien & Gere as an executive secretary, was a pilot and a noted horsewoman, and lived in Liverpool at her death on 2-6-2006, and Ruth Cheney, who was born on 7-30-1922, married Lawrence Riley, resided in Utica, NY, and is believed to have died in August, 1985.  Robert Cheney was a radioman and gunner aboard B-17s during WWII, and was MIA over Yugoslavia for a month in 1945.  He also served during the Korean war. 

Russell K. Chrisman and Katherine Arnold Chrisman lived at 531 E. Genesee St. by 1942, and at 17 Lynacres Blvd. in Lyndon by 1951.  Mr. Chrisman was born on 10-17-1888, and the couple married about 1914.  He served in Europe during WWI.  Mr. Chrisman worked as a chemist, and later was the founder and owner of the Chrisman Supply Co. in Fayetteville.  Mrs. Chrisman was born on 3-20-1889, and died on 4-21-1965.  Mr. Chrisman died on 10-23-1967.  They had:  Sanford Kent Chrisman, who was born about 1924, and died on 8-30-1936.

Clifford D. Christensen and Dorothea Fenner Christensen lived at 410 Spring St. by 1929, and later lived at 114 Franklin St.  Mr. Christensen was born 1-12-1904, and was a native of Viborg, SD.  He came to Fayetteville about 1927, and was a NYS Trooper for 28 years before retiring in 1955.  Mr. Christensen died on 9-2-1977.  Mrs. Christensen was born 3-31-1906, and was a life resident of CNY.  She died on 6-28-1978.  They had:  Clifford Christensen, Jr., who was born 10-26-1933, earned a master's degree from Cornell University, married Lee Koehler, was a plant science rep for the Eli Lilly & Co., and lived in Cazenovia at his death on 4-28-1983, Elizabeth Christensen Williams, who resided in Fayetteville, Dr. Edward F. Christensen, who lived in Manlius, and William Christensen, who lived in Kissimmee, FL.

George J. Church and Mary Helen Hanlon Church lived on James St. just outside of Syracuse by 1930, and on Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Church was born about 1870.  He was a steel worker at a steel factory, and later was a night watchman for the Sawyer Engineering Co.  Mrs. Church was born about 1875, and the couple wed about 1897.  Mr. Church, who was married previously, died on 3-18-1952.  By his first wife, he had:  George Church, Jr., who was born about 1893, and lived in Auburn, NY.  George and Mary Church had: Thelma Church, who lived in East Syracuse, Joy Ann Church, who worked for the C. E. Chappell department store, wed Robert W. Ehle on 4-25-1953, and lived near Bridgeport, and Helen Church, who was born about 1911, wed Avery Hewitt, and lived in Manlius.

Guy W. Clancy and Velma Niles Clancy lived on the Manlius Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Clancy was born on 8-25-1915, in Pompey, and the couple wed about 1936.  He was a deliveryman for the Manlius Coal Co., then worked worked at Precision Castings Co., and retired in 1980 from the Pompey highway department.   Mr. Clancy died on 11-11-1999.  They had:  Julia Clancy Conway, who lived in Fabius, and Patrick Eugene Clancy, who wed Barbara Arlene Madison in June, 1963, and lived in New Woodstock, NY.

Frances A. Clark lived on the East Genesee Turnpike most of her life, having been born in Fayetteville about 1882. She attended a commercial school in Syracuse and worked many years in the offices of the Northern Christian Advocate.  She left her work there when her parent's failing health required her to take over the management of the family farm.  Miss Clark's brother, Ambrose R. Clark, was a securities broker in NYC, and split his time between NYC and Miss Clark's home in Fayetteville, where he died suddently on 11-9-1944.  They were the children of Ambrose Clark and Alma Rogers Clark, and were the last members of a pioneer family that came very early to the area just east of Fayetteville.  Miss Clark died on 7-25-1953.

Arthur  Lisle "Clarkie" Clark and E. Janet Badgley Clark lived at 212 West Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Clark was born on 12-28-1913, and lived in the Lysander area.  He was a chauffeur for the Atlantic Refining Co., and operated the 90 Acres Restaurant during the late 1940's.  This landmark restaurant was a mile east of Fayetteville.  It began as a hot dog stand in the Prohibition era of the early 1930's, and was destroyed in a fire on 11-15-1968.  Mrs. Clark was born about 1917, and the couple married on 7-14-1935.  About 1956, the family moved to Prospect, NY, where they operated another restaurant before moving to Woodgate, NY.  Mrs. Clark died suddenly on 1-7-1966, and Mr. Clark wed Elsie Plumpton Poppleton in 1971.  Before retiring in 1978, Mr. Clark was a salesman for  M. Litchman & Co. of Liverpool.  Mr. Clark resided in Syracuse at his death on 1-16-1988.  Arthur and E. Janet Clark had:  Barbara Clark, who wed Ronald Johnson and a Mr. Ward, and lived in Pawcatuck, CT, and William Clark, who lived in Naperville, IL.  

Wesley C. Clark and Frances Stiles Clark lived at 401 Salt Springs St. by 1942.  Mr. Clark was born in Cleveland, OH, on 9-7-1907, and was a 1930 graduate of Marietta College.  Mrs. Clark was also born in Cleveland, and the couple wed there in 1931.  She was at various times, a model, a sales clerk, a detective, a toolmaker at Precision Castings, a school librarian, and a Spanish instructor at Syracuse University, where she graduated in 1957.  Mr. Clark was a newspaper reporter and columnist for the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin for nearly 10 years, and was an instructor at the Wharton School.  He was appointed a journalism professor at Syracuse University, in 1941, and in 1952 became dean of their school of journalism.  During WWII, Mr. Clark served in the Department of the Interior as assistant to Interior Secretary Harold Ickes.  In later years, Mr. and Mrs. Clark also owned and published the Skaneateles Press and Marcellus Observer.  Mrs. Clark died on 9-10-1969, and, in 1974, Mr. Clark married Rhea Eckel, the widow of Jacob Eckel.  Mrs. Eckel-Clark had been the president of Cazenovia College.  The second Mrs. Clark died in 1985.  Dean Clark lived in Marcellus and Skaneateles for many years and died on 12-18-1990, at his home at 56 E. Genesee St., Skaneateles.  Wesley and Francis Clark had:  William S. Clark, of Ellsworth, ME, and Sally Clark Judd, who lived in Indianapolis.

Ernest R. Clarke and Virginia Hand Clarke lived at 114 Green St. by 1942, and later lived at 410 Cleveland Blvd.   Mr. Clarke was born in Cazenovia about 1918.  He was an inspector with the Precision Castings Co. for 30 years.  On 5-18-1969, the couple was in a cabin at the Rose Garden Motel in Nelson, when one of them lit a cigarette causing a gas explosion.  Mrs. Clarke died of her burns two days later, and Mr. Clarke succumbed on 5-28-1969.  They had:  Wendy Clarke Chapman, who lived in Fayetteville, Bruce Clarke, who resided in Manlius, and Wayne Clarke, and Carlton Clarke, who both lived in Fayetteville.

Frank R. Clary and Helen Sullivan Clary lived at 301 East Genesee St. by 1942.  Mr. Clary was born about 1905, and lived earlier in Marcellus and Syracuse.  He was a machinist and an inspector for the Precision Castings Co., and died on 3-31-1964.  Mrs. Clary was born on 4-9-1910, in Syracuse, and died on 1-21-1994.  The surname is often rendered as "Clarey," "Cleary,"and "Clarry."

William M. Coakley and Mary Keohane Coakley lived at 604 Clinton St. by 1899.  Mr. Coakley was born in St. Hyacinth, Quebec, in 1856, and came to Fayetteville about 1868 with his mother and four siblings.  He drove mule teams on the Erie Canal and later worked as manager of the finishing department for the Stickley Furniture Co.  Eventually, Mr. Coakley became a painter and decorator, a trade which he continued until his retirement about 1929.  He remained very active until his death on 11-9-1949, at age 93.  Mrs. Coakley was born about 1858, and the couple wed about 1889.  She died on 8-13-1944, at age 86.  They had a son, Herbert W. Coakley, who was born on 6-16-1892, wed Mabel Coleman Coakley, was a co-founder of the Publix Theater chain in the midwest, returned to Fayetteville in 1948 and developed Coakley Manor and the Brookside sub-division, and died on 1-18-1973.

Willard E. Coates and Katherine S. Coates lived on Highbridge Rd. by 1942, having lived previously in Santa Barbara, CA.  Mr. Coates was born about 1882, and worked as a live-in gardener on the Highfield estate of Arthur and Mina Chase.  Mrs. Coates was born about 1880, and the couple married about 1923.   

Charles Tripp Cochrane and Suzanne Hoyt Lipe Cochrane lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1948, having lived before at 102 DeWitt Rd. in Syracuse.  Mr. Cochrane operated a small farm, and maintained Trip-Sue Farms for hunting class horses.  Mrs. Cochrane was born about 1924, and graduated from Edgewood Park Junior College in 1944.  She was an heiress, having inherited the estate of her millionaire father, Willard Charles Lipe, when he and Mrs. Lipe died in a boat accident at Alexandria Bay, NY, on 8-16-1929.  Mr. Lipe's family was among the owners of the Brown-Lipe Gear Co. which became the Brown-Lipe-Chapin division of General Motors.  Mr. and Mrs. Cochrane wed on 8-20-1944, following a one week engagement.  Before his wedding, Mr. Cochrane, a native of LaFeria, TX, was a Master Sgt. at the Army Air Corps weather base in Syracuse. They had two children, Eloise Hoyt Cochrane, who was born on 4-22-1945, and Charles Tripp Cochrane, Jr., who was born about 1948.  Mr. Cochrane moved to Los Angeles, CA, and obtained a divorce in Reno, NV, on 5-26-1949.  On 6-13-1949, less than a month following her divorce, the former Mrs. Cochrane wed Donald H. Cross, who had lived at 612 Teall Ave. in Syracuse.  Mr. Cross was born about 1926.  He and his brother, Douglas Cross, operated an Atlantic gas station in DeWitt.  In March, 1950, Mr. and Mrs. Cross had a son, Donald Edwin Cross.  Mrs. Cross then petitioned the courts to change the surname of her two children by Mr. Tripp to "Cross," effective in April, 1950.  Mrs. Cross was a volunteer EMT for many years in Skaneateles, and in 1985 received an award for meritorious service in effecting a rescue on the lake.  Mr. and Mrs. Cross were living in Camillus at her death on 7-30-2001.  Donald Edwin Cross now resides in Skaneateles, and Charles (Cochrane) Cross lives now in Flagstaff, AZ.  On 7-7-1951, six year old, Eloise (Cochrane) Cross drowned in Skaneateles Lake. The couple also had, Brenda Cross, who lives in MI, Debra Cross Rogers, who resides in Memphis, and Allison Lipe Cross, of San Francisco. 

Pearl Campbell Hall Coe lived at 205 Elm St. by 1920.  Mrs. Coe was born about 1897, and was a filer at Precision Castings Co. She married Alfred Lynn Coe on 4-12-1919, and they lived with her parents on Elm St. (See the listing below for Luella Campbell Hall.)  Mrs. Coe married Norman S. Nichols on 2-14-1942.  (See his listing.)  He died on 4-3-1956, and Mrs. Coe-Nichols moved to Orlando, FL, in 1957, and died there on 5-19-1958.  Mr. and Mrs. Coe had:  George Alfred Coe, who was born in 1920, married Mary Conzett of Albuquerque, NM, and was a bombardier during WWII, and Lt. Col. Stewart H. Coe, who was born on 1-3-1924, was a career member of the USAF, served as a pilot in WWII, and in Korea and Vietnam, and died on 3-16-2004, while residing in Hudson, NH.

Charles Lee Collin and Sarah Louise Gillett Collin lived at 306 E. Genesee St., having moved there following their marriage in 1879.  Mr. Collin was born on 11-23-1853.  He was the son of David Collin and Clara Park Collin, and thus a descendant of a pioneer Fayetteville family.  His early days were spent on a farm a mile east of the village, which was on a military tract granted his grandfather In 1816.  Mr. Collin was a very early student at Syracuse University--attending classes in a building which stood on the southeast corner of East Genesee and Montgomery Streets in downtown Syracuse.  He later entered the lumber business in Fayetteville, and, still later, built a power plant which made possible the Village's flrst electric lights.  Mrs. Collin was born in August, 1856, near Jamesville, and the couple married in 1879.  She studied music at Syracuse University and played the organ for the Fayetteville Presbyterian Church.  Mr. Collin died on 2-24-1942, and Mrs. Collin died on 6-29-1945, still residing in the home they moved to in 1879.  They had:  Harriet Collin, who was born on 2-18-1881, and wed Carroll D. Knapp, (see their entry below), Sarah "Sally" Collin, who was born in July, 1884, graduated from Smith College in 1906, and resided in Fayetteville at her death on 7-24-1941, and Margaret E. Collin, who was born in March, 1896, and lived at home.

Stamford Walker "Pat" Collins and Dorothy Reidy Collins lived at 407 Walnut St. by 1937.  Mr. Collins was born on 7-17-1906.  He retired after 40 years with the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Collins was a native of  Cazenovia, and was born on 5-14-1906.  The family moved to FL about 1972, and lived in South Daytona when Mrs. Collins died on 3-29-1982.  Mr. Collins later wed Evelyn Hirschmann, and lived in Port Orange, FL, at his death on 2-11-1995.  S. W. Collins and Dorothy Collins had:  Stamford Robert "Rip" Collins, who was born 5-24-1927, in Oran, NY, served 30 years in the USN, married Joyce Collins in 1953, lived in Oak Harbor, WA, and died 12-13-2007, Marion Collins, who wed Robert Oot, and lives in Kirkville, and Constance Collins, who married Charles E. Bachman, and lived in Winter Springs, FL, when she died on 12-8-2004.  Mr. Collins' first name is rendered as "Stanford" in many records.  His brother, John William Collins, also lived in Fayetteville, (see his listing below).

John William Collins and Alice Hazel Havill Collins lived on Spring St. following their marriage on 5-4-1935.  They later lived at 108 Walnut St., 510 Warren St., and 220 Homewood Dr.  Mr. Collins was born in Oran, NY, about 1912.  He worked for the Precision Castings Co., and later spent 14 years as a salesman for the Drennan Steel Products Corp. Mrs. Collins was born 7-5-1909.  She retired in 1973 after working in the office at Precision for 40 years.  Mr. Collins died on 6-9-1974, and Mrs. Collins died on 12-20-1994. 

Addison Thomas Colton lived at 602 Clinton St. by 1926.  Mr. Colton was born 3-24-1860, and was a lifelong resident of Fayetteville.  He married Jennie E. Brown about 1880, and was a millwright and construction superintendent.  Mrs. Colton was a descendant of Conrad Bush, an early settler of Pompey, NY, and was an active amateur historian and genealogist.  She died on 12-27-1941.  Mr. Colton died on 6-12-1955, at age 95.  At his death he was Fayetteville's oldest resident.  Their children:  Olive Colton McGavern, who was born in January, 1884, lived with her parents after divorcing, and was a teacher in Fayetteville, (see her listing), and Ernest H. Colton, II, who lived in Rome, NY.

Albert J. Colvin lived at 100 South St. by 1942.  Mr. Colvin was born in the Town of Fenner, in 1916, and served in the ETO during WWII.  He was a plumber and a handyman at a paper mill, before spending ten years with the Gates Homestead Dairy Farm.  Mr. Colvin wed Jeanne Baker Colvin, and moved to Canastota about 1955.  He resided there when he died on 9-15-1972. 

William E. Conley and Leafy LaBarge Conley lived at 700 Oakwood St. by 1942, having lived previously in Syracuse.  Mr. Conley was born about 1887, and was an electricial lineman for the Central NY Power Co.  Mrs. Conley was born about 1894, and the couple wed about 1911.  Mr. Conley died on 8-15-1956.  Their children:  June R. Conley, who was born about 1913, married A. Carr Griffith, and lived in Webesha, MN, and later wed Judge Ormand N. Gale, and lived in Lyndon, Thomas E. Conley, who was born about 1921, wed Suzanne Muller, retired in 1983 after 34 years with the Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., and lived in Liverpool, at his death on 8-4-1994, and John F. Conley, who was born about 1915, wed Ruth Parybus, worked for General Electric, and lived on Churchill Lane, and then Deerfield Beach, FL.

Edward H. Conner and Elizabeth Henry Conner lived at 404 Redfield Ave. following their marriage on 12-23-1940, and were at 216 Redfield by 1942.  Mr. Conner was born in Algona, IA, on 10-31-1911, and grew up in MN, before moving to Santa Ana, CA.  He was an engineering graduate of the University of California, at Berkeley.  Mr. Conner came to the CNY area following a four month motorcycle tour of Europe in 1937.  He was a partner with his brother, Clarence H. Conner, in Conners Brothers Co.--builders and developers of the Huntleigh Park tract--before serving in WWII.  Mrs. Conner was from San Francisco.  The couple moved to East Orange, NJ, in 1944.  Mr. Conner was residing in Contra Costa, CA, at his death on 5-11-1987.

Arthur B. Connor and Helen Trainor Connor lived at 410 Clinton St. before moving away in 1942.  The family resided previously at 109 Rich St. in Syracuse.  Mr. Connor was born in MI about 1880, and was a farmer for many years in Volney, NY.  Later he worked as a stationary engineer at a building in Syracuse.  Mrs. Connor was born about 1891, and the couple wed about 1907.  They had:  Arthur M. Connor, who was born on 3-13-1908, in Minetto, NY, married Genevieve Houmiel, worked 20 years for Carrier, moved to Ft. Myers, FL, about 1973, and died there 7-3-1992, his twin, Arnold W. Connor, who was born on 3-13-1908, married Katharine Daly about 1934, retired in 1973 after 25 years with the Western Union Co., lived at the Nottingham complex in Jamesville prior to his death on 10-25-1998, at age 91, Anna Connor, who was born in Seneca Hills, NY, on 8-14-1910, was an accomplished amateur actress as a girl and young woman, graduated from the Central City Business Institute (CCBI), served in the WACS during WWII, wed Nathan F. Caldwell on Thanksgiving Day, 1945, worked for the Onondaga County Savings Bank and the county's health department, resided in Ft. Myers for about 30 years before returning to Syracuse in 2007, and died on 10-21-2010, at age 100, Helen "Holly" Connor, who was born on 12-12-1914, and resided in Ft. Myers at her death on 1-17-1989, and Donald R. Connor, who was born in 1925, and resides in Syracuse.

Evelyn E. Cook moved with her family to Fayetteville in 1895, as a child, and lived at 305 East Genesee St. by 1905.  Miss Cook was born in Jamesville on 2-8-1891, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1913, with a degree in history and English.  She was a teacher at Charles Andrews and Sumner Schools in Syracuse before retiring in 1955.  Miss Cook raised Dalmatians for 30 years, and was a life-long Democrat.  She was well known in Fayetteville for her civic and charitable interests and for her love of literature--frequently citing quotations from the classics in her conversation.  Miss Cook died at home on 1-16-1985, at age 93, having lived almost 80 years in her family home.

Robert S. Cook and Jane Woodward Cook lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942, and, by 1948, lived at 201 E. Geneee St.  Mr. Cook was born 10-6-1906, and graduated from Yale University in 1929.  He  became the president of the A. E. Nettleton Shoe Co., in 1957, succeeding his father, Henry W. Cook, who died in 1964.  Mrs. Cook, was a native of Minneapolis.  She was born on 7-17-1911, and graduated from Wells College in 1933.  She was a board member of numerous civic and charitable organizations, and was named a Post-Standard Woman of Achievement in 1964.  The couple lived in Manlius at Mrs. Cook's death on 1-26-1994.  Mr. Cook died in Nashua, NH, on 4-7-1994.  They had:  Marion "Mannie" Cook Houston, who was a teacher, and resided in Amherst, NH, and Robert Cook, Jr., who was born about 1940, attended Amherst College, and lives in NYC.

Richard W. Coolbaugh and Eunice Waters Coolbaugh lived in Fayetteville in an apartment by 1935, at 400 Walnut St. by 1937, at 611Salt Springs Rd. in 1942, and moved to East Aurora, NY, about 1954.  Mr. Coolbaugh was born on 2-13-1906.  He attended Syracuse University, was a teacher at the Fayetteville High School, and later became the quality control director at the Easy Washer Corp.  Mrs. Coolbaugh, was born in Rome, NY, on 8-4-1907, and grew up there.  She graduated from Elmira College in 1930, and was a collegiate tennis champion.  She also was a teacher at Fayetteville High School.  The couple still lived in East Aurora at Mr. Coolbaugh's death on 12-30-1991, and Mrs. Coolbaugh resided with her son, Richard, in Amherst, OH, at her death on 12-1-1996.  They had:  Sara Ann "Sally" Coolbaugh Hobbs, who was born in December, 1943, and lived in Kew Gardens, NY, Thomas Coolbaugh, who llived in Harrisburg, PA, and Richard "Ricky" Coolbaugh, who lived in Amherst. 

Carl J. Cooper and Roslyn Sweet Cooper lived at 113 S. Mill St. by 1942.  Mr. Cooper was born on 12-30-1905, and worked as a chauffeur, a plumber's assistant for the Brignall Plumbing Co., and as a painter. The couple separated by 1952.  Mrs. Cooper, who was born about 1913, married Richard J. LaTour, and lived at 425 Cortland Ave. at her death on 12-18-1969.  Mr. Cooper resided at 206 Seymour St. in Syracuse at his death on 5-24-1981.  The Coopers had:  Carl "Specs" Cooper, who wed Joan Allen about 1951, did quality control work, lived in Nedrow, and died on 12-20-2006, John Cooper, who wed Clara Cooper, and lives in Camillus, Duane Cooper, who married Joyce Cooper, and lives in Painted Post, NY, Dorothy Cooper Grisaffi, who enlisted in the WAF in 1952, and served more than 30 years, and lives in Liverpool, Shirley Cooper Rainbow Mitchell, who lives in Syracuse, and Mary Cooper Fragola and Linda Cooper Brown, who both lived in Columbia, SC, Gerald F. Cooper, who was born about 1937, married Jean Berry, worked for the Paul Jeffrey Co., and lived in Liverpool at his death on 5-4-1984, and Marilyn Cooper VerHage.  By her second husband, Mrs. Cooper-LaTour had:  Joseph LaTour, who served in the USAF.

Ernest W. Cooper and Maude Kellogg Cooper lived at 102 South St. by 1930, having lived earlier in Erieville.  Mr. Cooper was born about 1874, and was a laborer.  Mrs. Cooper was born about 1879, and the couple married about 1898.  They later moved to Manlius.  Mr. Cooper died on 7-14-1950, and Mrs. Cooper died on 12-10-1959.  They had:  Ferris E. "Mike" Cooper, who was born about 1911, worked as a handyman and peddler, and lived with his brother, Kenneth, at 104 South St., at his death on 8-5-1979, Garrett Cooper, (see his listing), Kenneth Cooper, (see his listing), Carl Cooper, (see his listing), Harold A. Cooper, who was born in 1908, wed Marie Smith, and worked for the Precision Castings Co., Ellsmore R. Cooper, who was born about 1901, and lived in Baltimore, and Nettie Elizabeth Cooper, who was born about 1911, and wed Leonard Darling, of Fabius, on 4-20-1927. 

Garrett A. Cooper and Edna Brennan Cooper lived at 107 Mill St. by 1942, having lived earlier in Manlius.  Mr. Cooper was born in Erieville, NY, on 8-24-1915.  He worked at the Stickley Furniture Co., and later was a machinst at the Precision Castings Co., where he retired in 1977.  The family resided in Richland, NY, by 1947.  Mrs. Cooper died in 1971, and Mr. Cooper married Alma Salisbury in 1978.  He was living in Pulaski, NY, at his death on 5-26-1979.  G. A. and Edna Cooper had:  Ronald J. Cooper, who died in July, 1947, at age 5, Robert Cooper, Thomas Cooper, and Sandra Cooper.  

Kenneth B. Cooper and Ruth Parry Cooper lived at 104 South St. by 1930.  Mr. Cooper was born on 8-2-1903, and was a sander and yard foreman at the Stickley Furniture Co.  He retired in 1973, after 56 years of service to the company. Mrs. Cooper was born on 2-23-1911, and the couple married about 1926.  Mr. Cooper died on 11-26-1989, and Mrs. Cooper died at home on 7-28-2004, at age 93.  They had:  Kenneth Cooper, Jr., who was born in 1929, married Helen Downey and had 12 children, was a millwright for the McIntyre Paper Co., was active in the local fire department, lived at 106 North St., and died 2-6-2009, Richard Cooper, who resided in Fayetteville, Lawrence W. Cooper, who lived in Kirkville, NY,  Taylor B. Cooper, who was born about 1932, married Carol Baker, founded the Ernst and Cooper insurance agency, and lived in Manlius at his death on 6-6-1978, and Patricia Cooper, who was born about 1936, wed Richard P. Stager on 1-13-1956, worked as a grocery cashier, lived at 701 Warren St., and died on 10-9-2001.

Herbert C. Cornett and Doris Dunlop Cornett resided at 203 East Genesee St. by 1942, and later lived on Franklin St., and at 401 Churchill Lane.  Mr. Cornett was born about 1906, and was the proprietor of a garage, and later was a toolmaker at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Cornett taught home economics at East Syracuse-Mlnoa High School for 15 years.  She died on 8-12-1970, and Mr. Cornett died on 9-21-1970.  They had:  Robert S. Cornett , who married Joan Pfaff, was a contractor, and lived in Manlius before moving to New Boston, NH, on 9-8-1971, and Jane Louise Cornett, who earned her master's in education at Syracuse University in 1967, and lived in Manchester, NH, at her death on 11-11-1996.

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

Patrick H. Costello and Flora E. Costello lived at 213 W. Genesee St. by  1927.  Mr. Costello was born about 1867, and came to Fayetteville about 1898.  He operated a grocery and meat market for many years.  Mr. Costello died on 7-1-1943. Mrs. Costello, a native of Minoa, moved to Loretto Rest Home in 1952, and died there on 12-10-1962, at age 90.

John Cotter lived at 201 Spring St. by 1927.  He lived with his sister, Sarah Cotter Eastman, and worked as a laborer.  Mr. Cotter died at his sister's home on 1-30-1944, at age 83.  His brothers, William and Edmond Cotter, also lived in Fayetteville.  (See their listings, and the listing for Dwight Eastman.)  

Margaret C. Cotter lived at 107 John St. by 1927.  She was the widow of Edmond Cotter, a laborer who was born about 1862, and died on 1-11-1934.  Mrs. Cotter was born about 1870, and the couple married about 1888.  She died on 12-4-1954.  Some records show Mr. Cotter's first name as Edward or Edmund.

William H. Cotter lived at 104 Clinton St. by 1942.  He was in the cutlery business for many years.  Mr. Cotter was born about 1865, and died on 10-11-1948.  He, his brothers, Edmond and John Cotter, and his sister, Sarah Eastman, were the children of Edward Cotter,

Allan B. Coughlin and Virginia Barnes Coughlin lived at 116 Center St. by 1942, and later lived at 132 East Genesee St. Mr. Coughlin was born on 4-30-1907, and was a native of Syracuse and a graduate of Syracuse University and its law school.  He was an attorney with the firm of Nottingham, Clymer, Smith, and Paltz.  Mr. Coughlin also served as Fayetteville village justice and the village attorney, and was the president of the Rosamond Gifford Charitable Corp.  Mr. Coughlin had a deep interest in the history of the CNY area and was president of the Onondaga County Historical Association.  He was active in many civic and charitable causes before his death on 12-26-1973.  Mrs. Coughlin was born 5-10-1909, in Syracuse, and was a 1930 graduate of Syracuse University.  She taught high school English, and then returned to the University and earned a master's in English literature in 1956.  Mrs. Coughlin then taught English there from 1960 to 1968.  She served as a trustee at the Gifford foundation and at the Community General Hospital.  Mrs. Coughlin died on 8-18-1985.  They had:  David Barnes Coughlin, who married Jean Witmeyer, graduated from Harvard University in 1960, was a partner in a roofing firm, lived on Durston Ave. in Syracuse, and died of a heart attack on 5-26-1970, at age 31, Mary Barnes Coughlin, who graduated from Colgate University, and married Thomas J. Kilpatrick in 1974, and Martha Barnes Coughlin, who attended Smith College, married Richard A. Dudley, Jr., and lived in Canton, NY.

Anna C. Coughlin and her sister, Julia R. Coughlin, lived at 603 Clinton St. by 1900.  They were among eight children born to John and Catherine Coughlin.  Miss Anna Coughlin was born in January, 1869.  She worked as a teacher in the Syracuse schools, retired about 1959, and died on 2-15-1955.  Miss Julia Coughlin was born in August, 1866, and died 1-28-1954.

Philip F. Coughlin, Jr., and Gertrude Kunz Coughlin moved to 403 Salt Springs St. in 1937.  Mr. Coughlin was born on 12-2-1900, in Syracuse.  Mrs. Coughlin, a native of Syracuse, was born on 3-17-1896, and the couple wed on 4-29-1922, in St. Patrick's Church in Syracuse.  Mr. Coughlin worked for the Easy Washer Co. and was assigned to their Miami facility for about five years following his marriage.  However, his father, Philip Coughlin, Sr. was a partner in the Coughlin Brothers Manufacturing Confectioners which sold 35 different types of candy on a national scale, and Mr. Coughlin, Jr., soon entered this field.  He became a confectionary broker, and eventually was elected to the Candy Hall of Fame at Hershey, PA, in 1975.  While living in Fayetteville, Mr. Coughlin served on the Village's board of trustees, and was a volunteer ambulance driver at a Syracuse hospital during WWII.  Mrs. Coughlin died on 12-12-1981, and Mr. Coughlin moved to Manlius.  He married Catherine Heffernan, and resided at 7626 Highbridge Road, in Manlius, at his death on 3-20-1995.  He was 94.  Philip and Gertrude Coughlin had:  Dr. P. Richard Coughlin, who was born 2-8-1924, graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, married Margaret Jane Tait in 1957, resided in Cicero, and died on 11-9-2003, Bennett F. Coughlin, who was born on 11-21-1926, served in the USN in WWII, attended Syracuse University, married Barbara Lonergan on 7-2-1949, operated a liquor store, lived in Jamesville, and died on 11-15-1982, following an auto accident, and Dr. Edmund Coughlin, who was born 9-20-1930, graduated from LeMoyne College and the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in l956, served in the USN, married Margaret Ann Ryder in 1959, practiced dentistry in Fayetteville from 1962 to 1993, and lives in Manlius.  Philip Coughlin graduated from Christian Brothers Academy in 1918, and at the time of his death in 1995 he was the oldent living graduate of the school.

Wilbur Coulter and Gertrude Hitchcock Coulter lived at 404 East Genesee St. by 1927, and were at 113 Chapel St. by 1942.  Mr. Coulter, a native of Cazenovia, was born on 12-13-1893, and came to Fayetteville in 1918.  Mrs. Coulter was a native of New Woodstock, NY, but lived most of her life in Fayetteville.  She was born on 9-17-1889, and died on 10-18-1986, at the age of 97.  Mr. Coulter was a garage superintendent, and then a trucker and shipping room foreman for the Precision Castings Co.  He served as a village trustee from 1932 to 1959, and then as mayor of Fayetteville from 1959 to 1969.  Mr. Coulter died on 11-5-1978.

Harvey Courtwright lived at 100 Clinton St. by 1930, having lived earlier in Syracuse.  Mr. Courtwright was born about 1878, and did odd jobs at a paper factory.  He lived with his widowed mother, Caroline "Carrie" Courtwright, until her death. She was born in NY about 1845, and was the widow of William F. Courtwright, who recieived a pension for his service in the Civil War.  She died on 4-28-1939.  The Courtwrights were among the few African-Americans to live in Fayetteville during this era. 

James Arthur Courtwright and Pearl Recore Courtwright lived on Highbridge Rd. by 1930.  Mr. Courtwright was born on 6-26-1896, and was a native of Wilkes-Barre, PA.  He was a paper hanger and a painter.  Mrs. Courtwright was born in Malone, NY, on 3-18-1899, and the couple married about 1918, in PA, and came to Fayetteville in the mid 1920's, after living briefly in CT.  Mr. Courtwright died on 2-7-1975, and Mrs. Courtwright died on 3-6-1989.  They had:  James A. Courtwright, Jr., who was born about 1919, wed Norma Guiles about 1941, was a stock room supervisor for the Allis Chalmers Co., resided on Highbridge Rd., and died on 10-22-2010, at age 91, Earl Joseph Courtwright, who was born on 7-1- 1920, was a machinist for the Precision Castings Co., married Lois Clare Doxsee on 1-3-1942, lived at 316 Highbridge St. until 1953, moved to Pompey, later resided in Oxford, NY, and died on 11-21-1999, Harold Eugene Courtwright, who was born on 8-25-1921, married Rosemary Courtwright, worked for the Cathedral Candle Co., and lived at 611 Kirkpatrick St. in Syracuse, at his death on 8-15-1981, Leonard T. Courtwright, who was born on 11-21-1923, was a mechanic at the Precision Castings Co., lived in Manlius, and died 1-11-2004, Pearl Courtwright, who was born in 1928, wed Chester Smith, and resides in Fayetteville, Ruth Courtwright Supley, who later married John McCloskey, and resided in East Syracuse, Robert Courtwright, who wed Nancy Coleman, and lived in Pompano Beach, FL, and Ronald Courtwright, who resided in Syracuse.  At her death, Mrs. Courtwright had 36 grandchildren, 54 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-granddaughter.  Mr. Courtwright's father was born James Adey in England about 1860.  He was adopted at an early age by his aunt, Eliza, who was married to Richard Cartwright, and at various times family members have used the surnames of Cartwright, Courtwright, Courtright, and Cortright. 

John T. Cowan and Ida Smart Cowan lived at 303 Clinton St. by 1937.  The Rev. Dr. Cowan was born on 11-7-1886, in Toronto, Canada and Mrs. Cowan was born 5-17-1884, in Brockville, Ontario, Canada.  The couple married in 1912, and came to America in 1913.  Rev. Cowan received his bachelor's from McMasters University, and his degree in divinity from Colgate-Rochester Divinity School.  He served several churches before coming to Fayetteville in 1927, from Rochester, VT.  The Presbyterian and Baptist churches in Fayetteville merged and Rev. Cowan served 21 years as the minister of the new Fayetteville United Church.  Mrs. Cowan's mother, Sarah Jane Kilborn Smart, resided with the family by 1942, (see her listing).  Rev. Cowan resigned in 1948, due to his poor health, and the couple moved to Cresline Dr. in Syracuse.  Later they lived with their daughter, Margaret, and her family in Oswego.  They lived there when Mrs. Cowan died on 2-21-1973, and Rev. Cowan died on 4-7-1977.  They had:  Margaret Elizabeth Cowan, who was born on 5-19-1914, attended McMasters, wed Don A. Baldwin on 5-7-1949, worked for the Farmers & Traders Life Insurance Co., and resided in Oswego at her death on 3-2-2008, and Mary E. Cowan, who was born about 1917, married John Thomas Ryan, and lived in Wilmington, DE.

Joseph B. Cowan and Dawn Burden Cowan lived at 347 North Mill St. by 1937, and ar 407 Brooklea Dr. by 1942.  Mr. Cowan was born on 4-27-1902, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1926.  He then owned and operated the Pittsford Inn near Rochester for several years before returning to Syracuse to assist his father in operating the Syracuse Ice Cream Co.  The senior Mr. Cowan founded this firm--which eventually became the Sealtest Ice Cream Co.  Mr. Cowan became a commercial realtor for the Dawley Real Estate Co.  and then began his own firm, Cowan Real Estate, which had hotels and warehouses across the country.  The couple spent their summers at a home on Wellesley Island in the Thousand Islands.  He was a 32nd degree mason and was very active in masonic causes.  Mrs. Cowan was an artist.  She was very active in the OES, and was also the director of the NYS Federation of Women's Clubs.  Mrs. Cowan's mother, Belle Thompson Burden lived with the couple by 1937, and resided with them at her death on 4-25-1946.  Mrs. Burden was the widow of Frank U. Burden, who was the president of the B-D Chemical Co.  Mr. Burden died on 5-5-1926, while they were residing at 316 Greenwood Pl. in Syracuse.  Mrs. Cowan died on 5-21-1970, and Mr. Cowan died on 2-5-1993, at age 90.

R. Guy Cowan and Bertha Cowan lived on Woodchuck Hill Rd. by 1942.  Mr. Cowan was a native of East Liverpool, OH. He was a ceramist and industrial designer for the Onondaga Pottery Co.  Mr. Cowan was awarded a patent for a product he developed, and won many awards for his ceramic artistry.  Mrs. Cowan died on 10-8-1947, while visiting in Cleveland, OH.  Mr. Cowan died on 2-28-1957, in Tuscon, AZ.  They had:  Maj. Ralph Howard Cowan, who married Barbara Suter, entered the USA in 1941 and served in WWII and Korea, Carolyn Ann Cowan, who graduated from Syracuse University in 1939, was a ceramic engineer at Ohio State University, and wed John Humphrey, and Jeanne Cowan Brower, who wed Emil Jessen on 8-15-1952, and lived in Lyndon.

William E. Cox and Mayme Rice Cox lived on High Bridge Rd. by 1920.  Mr. Cox was born about 1881, and was a carpenter for the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 5-22-1942.  Mrs. Cox died in Syracuse in November, 1948.  They had:  May Belle Cox, who was born about 1919, wed William S. Evans, lived in Lake Katrine, NY, was a cosmetology instructor, and died on 5-6-2001, Franklin J. Cox, who was born on 7-13-1907, worked at the Precision Castings Co., and lived in Syracuse at his death on 11-15-1993, Jennie Cox, who was born in 1909, wed Ralph L. Abbey, lived in Onondaga Hill, NY, and died on 12-31-1996, and Donald E. Cox, who was born about 1915, wed Helen Lister, was a farmer on the Lyndon farm of Ernest I. White, then worked 15 years at the Van Duyn Home & Hospital, and lived in Elbridge, NY, at his death on  6-28-2001. 

Donald Franklin Craw and Hilda Wunder Craw lived at 300 South St. by 1942.  Mr. Craw was a native of Pompey and was born about 1907.  He came to Fayetteville about 1937, and was a salvage department foreman at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Craw, a native of Lyons, NY, was born on 11-29-1910, and the couple wed on 6-23-1927.  She also worked for the Precision Castings Co.  Mr. Craw died on 11-19-1972.  Mrs. Craw wed Robert French, about 1982, and moved to the Oneida area.  Mr. French died in 1986, and Mrs. Craw-French died in Oneida on 4-20-1992.  Mr. and Mrs. Craw had:  Leon R. Craw, who worked for the Acme grocery store before becoming a career member of the USAF, wed Lyda Smith and Shelby Jean Artis, and lived in Chittenango at his death on 9-21-1977, William H. Craw, whowas born about 1932, wed Alice Block on 7-25-1953, lives on South St., and worked for the Town of Manlius, Gladys Alice Craw, who married Francis Riley on 7-25-1953, (in a double wedding with her brother William), Arlene Craw, who married John R. Compoli in 1955, Helen Craw Crawford, who lived in Vernon, NY, Martha Craw, who wed Thomas D. Compoli about 1961, lived in Canastota, and died on 6-27-2000, Julia Craw, who married James Ronalds, and Ernest Craw, who was born in 1944, worked for the Syracuse Vending Co., married Marilyn Jean Matzol in 1964, and lived in Chittenango.

Foster Baldwin Crocker and Winifred Reynolds Crocker lived at 409 Clinton St. by 1926.  Mr. Crocker was a native of Lockport, NY, and graduated from Syracuse University in 1906.  Mrs. Crocker was born about 1884, and the couple wed on 7-12-1909.  Mr. Crocker was a civil engineer for the NYS Department of Public Works for 45 years, and retired in 1950.  He also was a ham radio operator, (W8KAP), and served as chairman of the zoning board for the Village.  Mr. Crocker died on 12-4-1960, at age 76.  They had:  Foster R. Crocker, who was born about 1915, and lived in Glenshaw, PA, Robert F. Crocker, who was born about 1912, and resided in Rochester, NY, and  W. Louise Crocker, who was born about 1910, wed Donald W. St. Clair, and lived in Midland, TX.

King W. Crockford and Helen Springer Crockford lived at 234 Highbridge St. by 1942.  Mr. Crockford was born on 5-27-1903, in Granby, in Oswego County, NY.  He worked on the Kessler farm while living in Fayetteville, and by 1955 worked as a farm manager near Auburn.  Mrs. Crockford was born 9-20-1903, in Walkill, NY, and died 6-21-1983, while residing in Cayuga, NY.  Mr. Crockford later married Ellenmae Flint Rasbeck, whose first husband, Lawrence Rasbeck, had died in 1981.  Mr. Crockford retired to Zephyrhills, FL, but was residing in a nursing facility in Newark, NY, at his death on 2-18-1997, at age 93. Ellenmae Crockford died on 1-19-2001, at age 96.  King and Helen Crockford had:  Mary Etta Crockford, who wed Charles Shoemaker, and lived in Oswego, (see the listing below for James A. Shoemaker), and Jane Crockford, who was born in March, 1930, married Joseph Smolak, and lived in Auburn.

Flora Manahan Cross lived at 200 Clinton St. by 1927.  Mrs. Cross was born near Highbridge about 1865.  She was the widow of Elmer H. Cross, who died on 11-5-1922.  They lived in Cazenovia before moving to Fayetteville about 1903.  Mrs. Cross died at home on 3-21-1943.  They had:  Grace M. Cross, who died on 10-9-1918, at age 34, I. June Cross Rowland, who was a music teacher, and lived in Fort Worth, TX, and Ruth Cross Towne, who was a teacher, and lived in Fayetteville.

Howard Lawson Cross and Frances Henderson Cross lived on Green Lake Rd. by 1927.  Mr. Cross was born on 8-23- 1885, and was a native of MA.  He was a hay dealer and a representative for the Federal Land Bank.   Mr. Cross had an abiding interest in history, and was an expert not only on his  family, but about the Green Lake area, where he moved to in 1915.  Mrs. Cross was born about 1886, and the couple married about 1908.  She was also interested in history and was a charter member and president of the local DAR.  Mr. Cross died on  6-9-1965, and Mrs. Cross died on 7-31-1967.  They had:  Harriett H. Cross, who was born in 1919, worked in the food industry, married  Frederick H. Vorhls, and lived in Pittsford, NY,  Beverly Cross, who was born about 1922, attended Ohio State University, married Robert F. Bender, and lives in Sun Lakes, AZ, Miriam Cross, who was born on 5-24-1910, wed Emerson C. Wollam, lived in Columbus,OH, and died in 1979, and Dr. Robert H. Cross, who was born about 1912, was a physician, and lived in Utica, NY.

Martha Casler Cross lived at 117 Mechanic St. by 1937.  Mrs. Cross  was born about 1876, and was the widow of Newman Ebenezer Cross, who died on 12-6-1911, at age 55.  She raised flowers to give away and was well known for many acts of kindness to her neighbors.  Mrs. Cross, who was a Gold Star mother, worked as a housekeeper, and died on 5-7-1960.  They had:  Jay E. Cross, who was born about 1897, and died on 5-20-1918, in France, while serving in WWI, and Ruth E. Cross, who wed Donald Annable, lived in Skaneateles, where she was a housekeeper and church organist, and died on 12-2-1998, at age 90.

Roger Haskell Cross and Grace Chapman Bristol Cross lived on Green Lake Rd. by 1927.  Mr. Cross was born about 1891, and was a graduate of Cornell University in 1914.  He was a dairy farmer and an agriculture supervisor for the government's Farm and Home Administration.  Green Lake State Park was created on land owned by Mr. Cross and some of his neighbors, and, after retiring, Mr. Cross worked for 15 years as a toll collector at the Park.  Mrs. Cross was born on 2-8-1889, and was from Ovid, NY.  The couple wed in 1917.  They moved to  Rochester in 1976, where Mr. Cross died on 5-15-1979, and Mrs. Cross died in October, 1982.  They had:  Martha Bristol "Marty" Cross, who was born about 1920, earned a master's from Cornell University, married Arthur Edson Durfee on 6-27-1942, was a home economics teacher, resided in Ithaca, NY, and Raleigh, NC, and died on 9-28-2004, Barbara Cross Naylor, who was born about 1922, attended Cornell, and lives in Ft. Myers, FL, Roger Cross, Jr., who was born in 1925, and lives in Penney Farms, FL, and Laura Cross Schenck, who was a nurse, and lived in Royal Oak, MI.

Royal Earl Crossley and Clara Cooney Crossley lived at 118 Cleveland Blvd. by 1942.  They came from Hartford, CT, to Fayetteville in 1941.  Mr. Crossley was born on 8-23-1893, and was a designer for the Crouse-Hinds Co.  He died on 4-19-1971.  Mrs. Crossley was born on 3-15-1896, and the couple married on 7-17-1915.  They had:  Wilbur Royal Crossley, who was born on 3-10-1916, wed Elizabeth Phillips, was a sales agent for the Elliott-Fisher Co. and Gaylord Brothers, resided in Libertyville, IL, and died on 7-9-1983, and Lt. Janet Crossley Van Dusen, who was born about 1917, served during WWII as a Navy nurse.  It is possible that Royal Earl Crossley was briefly married previously to Doris Emmeline Landphier.

Frank A. Crossman and Ruth Brust Crossman lived at 315 Highbridge St. by 1942, and later resided at 211 Collin Ave. Mr. Crossman, a native Syracusan, was born about 1911, and graduated from Syracuse University.  He was the sales manager for the Durham Co., Inc., and later was the president of F. A. Crossman, Inc., an automotive parts distributorship.  Mrs. Crossman was a native of Staten Island, NY, and was born about 1909.  She was a graduate of Syracuse University, and served as president of the local PTA.  Mrs. Crossman's mother, Emma Brust, lived with the family.  Mrs. Brust, a native of Sweden, died in a local nursing home on 11-29-1959, at age 84.  Mrs. Crossman died on 12-21-1956.  She was 47.  Mr. Crossman wed Mildred Goerne, and died at age 48 on 10-9-1959.  Frank and Ruth Crossman had:  Stephen B. Crossman, who was born about 1940, graduated from Alfred University in 1962, married Gloria Woodworth about 1964, lived in Manlius, and died on 10-25-2011, and Raymond Crossman, who lived in Fayetteville.

Eva May Crouch lived at 304 Spring St. by 1942, and at 508 Clinton St. by 1948.  Mrs. Crouch was born about 1885, and was the widow of Charles E. Crouch, who died 7-1-1946, in Baldwinsville, MA.  They wed about 1905, and lived at 118 S. Mill St. by 1927.  Mr. Crouch was a millwright and a conductor on the NYC railroad.  Mrs. Crouch, who came to Fayetteville about 1911, died on 2-25-1958.  They had:  Leon B. Crouch, who died of appendicitis on 4-23-1923, at age 16, Doris Crouch, who was born about 1908, and wed Earl Martin, (see their listing), and Robert E. Crouch, who was born about 1916, married Annis Rogers, was a tool and die maker, and resided in Manlius at his death on 2-8-1968.

Ralph N. Crouch lived at 309 Clinton St. by 1942.  Mr. Crouch was born on 4-18-1908, and married Anne Holdridge.  He was a machinist at the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Crouch was born 9-21-1918, was the village clerk for Minoa, and was a secretary with Gingold & Gingold.  Mr. Crouch resided at 512 S. Central Ave. in Minoa at his death on 4-20-1968.  Mrs. Crouch died on 11-26-1985.  They had:  Margaret "Maggie" Crouch, who worked for the NY Telephone Co., married David Ciciarelli in 1963, and a Mr. Bueti, and lives now in Newport, OR.

Robert L. Cullen and Ursula Devaney Cullen lived at 310 Walnut St. by 1942.  Mr. Cullen was born on 8-9-1911, and was a native of Palmyra, NY.  He graduated from Hobart College in 1937, where he was an outstanding athlete.  Mr. Cullen played semi-pro baseball and football in the Rochester area, while studying for his master's in chemistry at Syracuse University.  For the brief time they were in Fayetteville, Mr. Cullen taught and coached at Fayetteville High School.  The family moved to Ithaca in August, 1943, where Mr. Cullen began a successful 53 year career, primarily serving as a football and lacrosse coach, in the athletic department at Cornell University.  He was elected a member of the Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame.  Mr. Cullen died on 9-23-1996.  Mrs. Cullen, was born in Geneva, NY, in 1914, and the couple wed on 6-22-1940.  She died on 10-29-2004.  The couple had:  Terry Cullen, who was an infantry officer  in the Vietnam conflict, received the Purple Heart and the Silver Star, and succeeded his father as the sprint football (lightweight) head coach at Cornell in 1964, and five other children.

William H. Cummings, Emma Gertrude Cummings, and Ada Grace Cummings Bushnell--three siblings--and Ada's husband, Clarence Bushnell, all lived at 306 Washington St. by 1942.  Miss Emma Cummings was born about 1872, and worked as a laundress.  She died in November, 1952.  Mr. Cummings was born about 1868, and was a life resident of Fayetteville.  He worked as a finisher at the Stickley Furniture Co.  In 1910, he was placed in charge of the Stickley exhibit at the Wanamaker store in NYC.  He died on 3-6-1954.  William, Emma, and Ada, were three of the ten children of John Cummings and Mary Jane Harmer Cummings.  Mr. Cummings, Sr., was born in Ireland about 1841, and came to America at the age of six.  He served in the GAR during the Civil War, then married Miss Harmer, of Winchester, VA, and returned to Fayetteville, where she died in 1910, and he died on 7-11-1929, at age 88.  The last survivor of this family was Lillian Cummings Dineen, who lived in Syracuse.  (See the listing for Clarence and Ada Bushnell.)

Harold E. "Harry" Cunningham and Leona Fox Cunningham lived at 113 Elm St. by 1937, and on Green Lake Rd. near Mycenae by 1942.  Mr. Cunningham was born about 1898, and was a machinist and drill press operator for the Precision Castings Co.  Mrs. Cunningham was born on 1-30-1904, and was a native of Whitelaw, NY.  The couple married about 1923, and Mrs. Cunningham worked as a  cafeteria cook.  Mr. Cunningham died in 1974, and Mrs. Cunningham died on 2-21-1994.  They had:  Harold Cunningham, who was born in 1928, and lived in East Syracuse.

Emmett J. Curran and Beatrice Brownell Curran lived at 102 W. Elm St. by 1937, and later moved to Canastota and Chittenango.  Mr. Curran was born was born in Carthage, NY, on 1-21-1911, and was a papermaker at the McIntyre Brothers Paper Co., and also worked for the Precision Castings Co.  He died on 8-7-1963.  They had:  James Curran, Kathryn Louise Curran, who wed Frederick R. Harp on 11-6-1965, and lived in Canastota, and Mary Hane Curran, who graduated from CCBI, (the Central City Business Institute), worked for the Lincoln Bank, and married Daniel Edward Aylsworth on 6-12-1965. 

George Curran and Lillian Perivo Curran lived at 117 N. Mill St. by 1927, and at 102 W. Elm St. by 1930.  Mr. Curran was born about 1876, and was a native of Skaneateles.  He worked as a papermaker.  Mrs. Curran was born in Carthage, NY, on 12-12-1888, and the couple wed about 1906.  They lived in Fulton, NY, before moving to Fayetteville, and after the couple separated about 1941, Mr. Curran returned to that area.  He was living in Utica at his death on 7-8-1953, and  Mrs. Curran was residing with her son, Emmett, in Canastota, when she died on 5-14-1958.  They had:  Franklin Curran, who died on 2-22-1929, at age 21, of appendicitis, Lewis W. Curran, who was born on 6-12-1921,  and lived in Providence, RI, at his death on 10-1-1997, and Emmett Curran, (see his listing above).

John Curren and Thelma MacNeil Curren lived on the West Genesee Turnpike by 1942.  Mr. Curren was born on 7-29-1902, and was a native of Covington, KY.  He attended the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, studied in Paris, and worked for WKRC and WLW radio stations in Cincinnati before coming to CNY about 1936.   Mr. Curren then worked for WFBL radio, and later he and Mrs. Curren worked for WAGE radio, where he was the program director, and she was the musical director.  They retired in 1974 after about 30 years as owners of the Curren Music Studio.  Mrs. Curren was born on 5-21-1906, and was a native of Boston.  She attended Combs and Ottawa conservatories, and was a pianist and organist for 60 years.  Mrs. Curren was an accompanist for touring musical artists, including Kate Smith and Sergio Franchi.  She retired in 1986 after 28 years as organist for the Reformed Church of Syracuse and was the choir director for Centenary Methodist Church for 25 years.  The couple later moved to Wilson St. in Syracuse, and lived there when Mr. Curren died on 8-8-1988.  Mrs. Curren died on 11-5-1992.
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