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|1||(nee Suffoletto) Of Lackawanna, NY, entered into rest December 9, 2004, beloved wife of the late John W. Ruszczyk; devoted mother of John V. (late Margaret) Ruszczyk and Deborah (William) Dillon; cherished grandmother of Jason, Justine and William; loving daughter of the late Vincent and Carmela (nee Monago) Suffoletto; dear sister of Carmelina M. (Domenic) Russo and the late Matteo (Valeria), Peter (Olivia) and Deacon Albert (late Martha) Suffoletto; also survived by nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends may visit the LOMBARDO FUNERAL HOME (Southtowns Chapel), 3060 Abbott Rd, near Lake Ave. on Friday from 4-8 PM where the funeral will be held on Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock and a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Our Lady of Victory Basilica at 9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Cause for the Canonization of Father Nelson Baker or Hospice Foundation in Margaret's name.||Suffoletto, Margaret (I2168)
|2||17 Mar 1883, Sun: Joshua Bryant, one of the best known citizens of Havre de Grace, died very suddenly Monday morning last. He complained about a pain in his heart and died in a few minutes.||Bryant, Joshua (I111)
|3||19 Sep 1915, Philadelphia Inquirer: BRYANT.-At Baltimore, MD., Sept. 151 1915, GEORGE W. BRYANT, formerly a Philadelphia lawyer. Interment Havre de Grace, MD. Baltimore papers please copy.||Bryant, George Washington (I110)
|4||LE PAGE--Elzear LePage of Scio St., Rochester, Nov. 17, 1951. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Loretta Nielson of Phelps; a son, Lawrence, of Waterloo; sister, Mrs Irene White, and brother, Adelore LePage of East Rochester.|
Friends may call at the Ford Funeral Home, 209 West Ave., East Rochester, where services will be held Wednesday morning at 8:30 and at St. Jerome's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
|LePage, Elzear (I3979)
|5||G.D. Schick Sr., City Detective Retired in '54|
George D. Schick Sr., a retired Philadelphia detective, died of heart failure Tuesday, at Cherry Hill, N. J., Hospital. He was 77 and lived at 2528 S. Shields st.
Mr. Schick had served on the city police force for 34 years before he retired in 1954. In 1939, he was one of five lawmen honored by The Inquirer for solving the "Arsenic Murder Ring Mystery."
The ring supplied arsenic to persons seeking to dispose of their spouses and friends for insurance payoffs.
Mr. Shick, who was a Navy veteran of World War I, is survived by his wife, the former Marie Farro; a son, George D. Jr.; three daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Manion, Mrs. Marie Kwiatkowski and Mrs. John Grazer, and give grandchildren.
A mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 9:30 A. M. Tuesday at St. Barabas Church, 63d st. and Buist ave. Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon.
|Schick, George David Sr. (I80)
|6||A member of the Capt. Amos Sturgis company of Upper Merion Township, Philadelphia County militia.||Colflesh, William (I1869)
|7||Altoona Mirror, 28 May 1948: Stroke is Fatal to Col. Anthony Biddle|
SYOSSET, N. Y., May 28-(UP)-Funeral service will be held at Bryn Mawr, Pa., Tuesday for Col. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, sr., aged 73, member of the socially prominent Philadelphia banking family, who died yesterday at the home of a son here following a cerebral hemorrhage.
A man of varied interests, Mr. Biddle was noted as an expert in hand-to-hand combat. He taught marine corpsmen judo and bayonet fighting in both World wars and demonstrated ju-jitsu technique until he suffered a stroke in 1944.
Biddle began his career as a newspaper reporter and in 1895 became the editor of the Philadelphia Sunday Graphic.
|Biddle, Anthony Joseph Drexel (I1656)
|8||Anne N. Gerrity, 75, of Silver Creek died Friday (March 11, 2011) at the Millard Fillmore Hospital in Buffalo. She was born April 17, 1935 in Silver Creek, the daughter of the late Dominick and Grace (Borrello) Sack. Anne was a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Silver Creek. She was an avid collector of porcelain and antique dolls. A former den mother for the cub scouts, she enjoyed home decorating. In addition, she loved being a grandmother. Survivors include her husband of 46 years William J. Gerrity; daughter Grace E. M. Gerrity (Garry Hemphill) of Forestville, NY; sons William J. (Donna) of Long Island, NY. and Patrick M. Gerrity of Atlanta, GA; three brothers, Anthony (Marie) Sack of Silver Creek, NY, John (Virge) Sack of Silver Creek and Salvatore Sack of Dunkirk; a sister, Neline (Charles) Rizzo of North Collins, NY; two sisters-in-law, Phyllis Sack of Farnham and Sandra Sack of Silver Creek; her aunt, Mildred Sunzeri of Silver Creek and a grandson, Garrison G. Hemphill. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by a twin brother, Patsy Sack, and a brother, Dominic Sack. Prayers will be held Monday March 14, 2011 at 1:30 p.m. from the Hole-Parker Funeral Chapel in Silver Creek, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 2 p.m. in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Silver Creek. The family will be present at the Funeral Chapel from 4-9 p.m. on Sunday March 13, 2011.||Sack, Anne N. (I851)
|9||April 23, 2005 Marcia Coffey Morgan died April 23, 2005. She was born November 23, 1904, in Wellman, Iowa. Mrs. Morgan resided at Munro Road, Camillus, from 1947 to 1985, when she moved to Chapel Hill, NC. She later moved to Vicksburg, MS, where she lived until her death. After attending the University of Iowa, she taught fourth grade. A kind and compassionate woman, she always reached out to help and give to others. She was active, among others, in the Marcellus Little Theatre, the Fresh Air Fund, the United Nations Association of CNY, UNICEF and the International Center; and she was a longtime member of the NAACP. She had an abiding interest in politics and was an active lifelong Democrat. She enjoyed writing short stories and poetry, and in August 2002 won honorable mention for her entry in a national writing contest. Wanting to be of use in death as well as life, she gave her body for research to the University of Mississippi. Preceding her in death were her husband, William R. Morgan, in 1993; three sisters; and three brothers. Surviving are a son, William R. (Marilyn) Morgan of Syracuse; a daughter, Marcia Mary (Mohammad) Qasim of Vicksburg, MS; six grandchildren: Bridget, Maureen and William H. Morgan; Kalim Fleet; Amal (Peter) White; and Laila (Randy) Bradford; six great-grandchildren; a brother and a sister. A memorial service will be held at Tindall Funeral Home, 1921 W. Genesee St., Syracuse, at 2 p.m., July 9. Calling hour from 1 to 2 p.m. Contributions may be made to the hospice of one's choice or to Patients' Choice Hospice and Pallative Care, 1911 A Mission 66, Vicksburg, MS 39180. TINDALL FUNERAL HOME INC|
Published in the Syracuse Post Standard on 7/3/2005.
|Coffey, Marcia (I1066)
|10||Austin American-Statesman, 1 Apr 1991: DREGGORS, Ocy C., 85, of Austin died Friday. Services 4 p.m. today, Cook-Walden Funeral Home, Lamar location. Burial 1 p.m. Tuesday, Brookside Memorial Park, Houston.||Dreggors, Otis C (I2352)
|11||Bartram Section, Lot 562||Brandt, Mary J (I2428)
|12||Bartram Section, Lot 562||Helms, Mary T (I1988)
|13||Body donated to medical science.||Coffey, Margaret Irene (I1060)
|14||Body donated to medical science.||Martin, Warren (I2134)
|15||Body was donated to the Anatomical Board of Philadelphia, PA.||Russell, Harry (I2650)
|16||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Sheldon, L.K. (I2798)
|17||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Sheldon, M.D. (I2799)
|18||Bradford Era, 26 Oct 1935:|
Monago-Monti Nuptials Will Take Place Today In St. Bernard Church
A colorful wedding will take place this morning at 8 o'clock in the St. Bernard church when Miss Linda Marie Monti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luccio Monti of Interstate parkway becomes the bride of Libby Monago, son of Mrs. Peter Monago of Lewis Run. Rt. Rev. Monsignor David F. Hickey, rector, will read the marriage service and say the nuptial mass.
Miss Armenia Monago, a sister of the bridegroom, will be maid of honor and Nick Monti, a brother of the bride, will be best man for Mr. Monago. Miss Josephine Monago of Lewis Run and Miss Margaret Suffoletto of Buffalo will be bridesmaids. John Monago and Herman Di Vittori of Ridgeway will be ushers. Patricia and Betty Monago of Jamestown will be flower girls.
A program of wedding music will be played by Miss Monica Henretty, organist and Fred Rossi, soloist, will sing several selections.
The bride will wear a white satin wedding gown, entrain, fashioned on princess lines. Her long tulle veil will be fastened to her head with pearls. Her flowers will be an arm bouquet of white roses. The maid of honor will wear a pink velvet frock with matching accessories and carry yellow roses. Miss Suffoletto will wear a burnt orange velvet gown and carry Talisman roses. The flower girls will wear pink and nile green frocks and strew rose petals in the bride's path.
A wedding breakfast will be served afterward at the home of the bride's parents for the bridal party. A wedding reception and dance will be given in the Mutual Aid society hall in Lewis Run.
When they return from a short wedding trip, the couple will reside in Lewis Run, where Mr. Monago is engaged in business.
|19||Bradford Era, 26 Oct 1944, page 2: Sgt. John Monti Wounded Again|
Staff Sgt. John E. Monti, of Custer City,first engineer and gunner on a B-24 Liberator bombers, has been wounded the second time in World War Two according to a telegram received by his wife, Mrs. Monica Monti, from the War Department yesterday.
The telegram stated "regret to inform you that your husband was seriously wounded in the Southwest Pacific area on October 3. You will be advised of reports concerning his condition as soon as received." The telegram also gave an hospitalized address.
Sgt. Monti was first first reported wounded in action on July 3rd in the Southwest Pacific area also. At that time he received shrapnel in his leg and after being hospitalized he was returned to active duty.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. John Monti of Custer City, Sgt. Monti entered the service in March 1943.
|Monti, John Jr. (I1271)
|20||Bradford Era, 30 Oct 1944, page 3: S/S J. E. Monti Dies of Wounds|
Custer City Resident Wounded Twice on South Pacific Duty
Mrs. Monica Monti of Olean, N. Y., formerly of 208 South avenue, Bradford has received word from the War Department of the death of her husband, Staff Sgt. John E. Monti, jr., who died in a hospital on Moratai Island on Oct. 4, a day following wounds received in action.
Mrs. Monti received a telegram recently from the War Department informing her that her husband had been seriously wounded for a second time in the Southwest Pacific area on Oct. 3. Sgt. Monti had previously been wounded in action over Yap Island.
Sgt. Monti left Bradford in March 1943. He received his basic training at Miami Beach, Fla. He was graduated from Aeroplane Mechanic school at Gulport Field, Miss. He received his sergeant's rating and Silver Wings upon graduating from Aerial Gunnery school at Laredo Army Air Field, Laredo, Texas, in December of 1943.
After a short furlough enroute which he spent with his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Monti, sr., of Custer City, Sgt. Monti left for Fresno, Calif., where he was assigned to a bomber crew. Later he was transferred to Monroe Field where he was stationed until sent on overseas duty on April 1, 1944.
Sgt. Monti was first engineer and top turret gunner on a B-24 Liberator bomber. He had received the Air Medal for meritorious service and bravery. Shortly afterwards he was promoted to staff sergeant. He also was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received July 3, 1944 in action over Yap Island and was presented a Presidential Citation for outstanding achievements in the line of duty against the enemy.
Overseas, Sgt. Monti had been stationed at Guadacanal, Admiralty Islands, New Guinea and in the Netherland East Indies at the time of his death. He had completed 30 bombing missions.
Survivors, besides his widow and his parents, include numerous other relatives in Bradford and vicinity.
Mrs. Monti is the former Miss Monica Lunn of Bradford.
|Monti, John Jr. (I1271)
|21||Bradford Evening Star and Daily Record, 15 Jan 1940.-Monago Rites are Wednesday|
Prominent Lewis Run Woman Dies at Home After Lengthy Illness
Funeral rites for Mrs. Concetta Monago, 74, widow of Peter Monago, of Lewis Run, will be held Wednesday at 8:30 a. m. at her home and at 9 o'clock at St. Bernard church. Burial will be in St. Bernard cemetery.
Mrs. Monago died last night at 11:30 o'clock at her home of a heart ailment after a year's illness. She had been in a serious condition for six months.
One of Lewis Run's most prominent women residents, Mrs. Monago had lived there since 1897. Born in Italy, she came to this country as a young woman. She had many friends.
She was a member of St. Bernard's church of this city.
Her husband, Peter Monago, a well-known Lewis Run merchant, died 12 years ago.
She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Dominic DiVittorio of Ridgeway, Mrs. James Suffoletto of Lackawanna, N. Y., and Miss Armenia Monago of Lewis Run; two sons, Dominic, of Buffalo, and Lebe, of Lewis Run; a brother, Peter Leone, of Lewis Run; a sister, Mrs. Dominic Grilli, of Franklin, and 19 grandchildren.
The Still funeral home is in charge of arrangements.
|Leone, Concetta (I15)
|22||Bradford Evening Star and Daily Record, 17 Jan 1940.-Mrs. Peter Monago|
Funeral services for Mrs. Peter Monago, who died at her home in Lewis Run Sunday night, were held this morning from the home in Lewis Run at 8:15 o'clock and at 9 o'clock from the St. Bernard church.
Msgr. David F. Hickey, pastor, celebrated a solemn requiem high mass, assisted by the Rev. Alfred Bauer of Mt. Jewett, deacon, and the Rev. G. Carlton Ritchie, subdeacon. Joseph Allegrette acted as master of ceremonies.
The boys' choir song, under direction of Clayton Brenneman, organist.
Pallbearers were Anthony Curcio, Noey Franco, John DiFonzo, Joseph DiFonzo, John Wozer and Sam Benedict. Interment was made in the family lot in the St. Bernard Cemetery.
Services were largely attended.
|Leone, Concetta (I15)
|23||Bradford Evening Star and Daily Record, 29 Feb 1928.-Peter Monago of Lewis Run Dies Suddenly|
The sudden death of Peter Monago, a well known resident of Lewis Run and proprietor of a general store at that place, occurred at 10:45 o'clock this morning at the Bradford hospital, to which institution he had just been taken a few minutes before. The sick man had just been removed from the stretcher to the bed when he expired.
Mr. Monago had been ill with heart trouble and a complication of ailments for a number of weeks. For six weeks past he had been receiving treatment at the Columbus hospital in Buffalo, and came home yesterday, although a very sick man, as he wished to see his family.
Last night his condition became much worse and it was decided to remove the patient to the hospital this morning. He was taken to that institution in Koch's ambulance. Mr. Monago was hemorrhaging from the right lunch when he was taken into the hospital, and it was this hemorrhage which caused his death.
Deceased was aged 62 years and was well known throughout this section. He was a good and public spirited citizen and was instrumental in organizing the Lewis Run band and had a great deal to do with all celebrations of a civic nature held in his home town. Deceased was a member of St. Bernard's church.
It will be remembered by all who recall that terrible influenza epidemic that prevailed in Lewis Run many years ago that Mr. Monago gave of his strength and time in helping combat the terrible contagious disease. He was of the greatest help to all nurses and workers during the epidemic and his good works in that respect will live long in the memory of the workers.
Deceased is survived by his wife, three daughters, two sons and one brother. The body was removed to Still's undertaking establishment.
|Monago, Pietro (I14)
|24||Bradford Evening Star and Daily Record, 3 Mar 1928.-Many Attended Last Rites for Peter Monago|
Funeral services in memory of Peter Monago, a well known resident of Lewis Run, were held this morning at 8 o'clock at the home and at 9 o'clock at St. Bernard's church. A solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. David F. Hickey, Rev. Andrew Quirk and Rev. Charles Ward. James Bracaccini sang solos and the children's choir, the mass.
Many were present at the services to pay last tribute to the memory of the deceased who was well known throughout this entire section. The Lewis Run Mutual aid society attended the services in a body. When the body was removed to St. Bernard's burial ground, the funeral procession was led by the Citizen's band which played a march. Following the band marched the members of the Aid society of Lewis Run, then three large funeral cars, filled with beautiful flowers. The hearse came next, followed by a large number of cars, bearing relatives and friends of the deceased.
The body was placed temporarily in the Hanley mausoleum until the new part of the cemetery is completed. At the mausoleum a ritual was said by the Mutual Aid society.
The pall bearers were Clem Carbogna, James Monticalvo, Anthony Cipriano, Joseph Luzzi, John Susio and Peter Pace.
|Monago, Pietro (I14)
|25||Buffalo News, The, 27 November 1990: A Mass of Christian Burial for John P. Monago Sr., 75, who owned and operated Monago's Floor and Wall Covering store for 36 years, was offered Monday in St. Bernard's Catholic Church. Burial was in St. Bernard's Cemetery. Monago died Saturday (Nov. 24, 1990) in the Bradford Ecumenical Home. He was a 1933 graduate of St. Bernard High School and an Army veteran of World War II. Monago was a member of St. Bernard's Church; LaStella Lodge, Italian American Club; the Italian Mutual Aid Society of Lewis Run, and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks in Olean, N.Y. Survivors include three sons, John P. Jr. of Lewiston, N.Y., Joseph J. of Corning, N.Y., and David M.; two sisters, Mary Franco and Josephine Piscitelli, both of Lewis Run; a brother, Guy, and six grandchildren.||Monago, John P (I60)
|26||Catharine, widow, of Jacob Suter age about 70. She has been ailing for some years of old age but seldom sick. Her father was Joseph Helms son of Magnus Helms and grandson of Israel Helm who was one of the first Swedish Colonists. He lived in Rapaupo and his descendants are in the various parishes of N.J. She was a good woman, faithful attendant on Divine Worship.||Helm, Catharine (I3126)
|27||Chester Times, 19 Jun 1939, Page 2: WALTER B. HELMS|
Walter B. Helms, 47, formerly a resident of this city, died at his home in Icedale, Chester county, yesterday, after an illness of a year. He was engineer of the pumping station of the Susquehanna Pipeline Company, at Icedale.
Mr. Helms was a member of the Masonic fraternity, and is survived by his wife, Mrs. Martha Robinson Helms; two sons, Paul and Robert, and his mother, Mrs. Isaac Helms.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, at the Imschweiler Funeral Parlors at 1600 Edgmont avenue, followed by interment at Lawncroft Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday evening from 7 until 9 o'clock.
|Helms, Walter Barton (I2288)
|28||Chester Times, 24 Mar 1923: Elwood Helms, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood H. Helms, or 811 West Ninth street, died at his parents' home, early this morning. He was a former employee of the Sun Oil Company. His funeral will be held from his parents' residence, Tuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Interment will be made at the Chester Rural Cemetery.||Helms, Elwood H (I2305)
|29||Chester Times, 25 Feb 1885, page 3: DICKINSON.?On the 24th last, Charles E. Dickinson, in the 43th year of his age.|
The relatives and friends of the family, also Tuscarora Tribe, No. 29, I. O. R. M., and Chester Lodge, No. 74, K. of P., are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, 629 West Sixth street, on Friday afternoon. meet at the house at 1 o'clock. Interment private. Funeral to proceed to Mount Zion, Darby.
|Dickinson, Charles E (I2099)
|30||Chester Times, 28 Nov 1939, page 1: LINWOOD MAN, 66, KILLED BY TRUCK|
William Gesner, 66, of 1408 Huddell avenue, Linwood, was killed at 6:10 o'clock last night when he was struck by a truck as he walked along Ridge road, about 100 feet east of Congoleum avenue, Linwood.
He was pronounced dead at Chester Hospital, where he was taken by a motorist, Howard L. Perry, of 163 Harvey avenue, Linwood. Death was attributed to a fractured skill and internal injuries.
The truck driver, Benjamin A. Fallin, Jr., 21, of 22 Ridge road, Trainer, was arrested by Linwood Patrolmen Kerchmer and Bothwell and was held by Magistrate Arthur F. Wolfe pending action of the coroner. The owner of the truck is William Nickles, of Trainer.
Mr. Gesner was a member of one of Delaware county's oldest families. He was born in Ridley township on the old Leedom Farm, on Chester pike above Ridley Park.
He was the grandson of the late George D. Gesner, a farmer for many years at Norwood. he was also a first cousin of the late Judge Isaac Johnson, of the Delaware county courts, and also a first cousin to the late Thomas Gesner, who was a brick manufacturer in Philadelphia.
For 20 years he was roundhouse foreman at the East Side roundhouse of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, in Philadelphia, and was a member of the Brotherhood Relief Association of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad.
Two months ago he was held up while walking on the highway near his home in Linwood and was robbed at the point of a pistol of $75.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary F. Gesner, who lives at 6524 Gesner street, Philadelphia, which is named for the family, and one daughter, Mrs. George F. Ward, of the Linwood address. A sister, Mrs. Susan Egge, of Frankford, also survives.
|Gesner, William Ingle (I1010)
|31||Chester Times, 29 Mar 1926, page 16: J. BARTRAM HELMS|
J. Bartram Helms, life-long resident and for seventeen years a prominent contractor of the city, died at 11:05 p. m. yesterday, following a short illness, at his home, 523 West Sixth street. He was taken ill last Tuesday with a severe cold which developed into pleurisy. He was a member of the Bricklayer's Union, of this city, and while a contractor built many of the larger sewers in the city. In recent years he had been employed at the American Steel Foundries here. He was also a member of the old Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, but had been attending the First Baptist church for the last few years.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Alice S. Helms; three children, two sons, Isaac Helms, of Chester, and Frank Helms, of Wilmington, and one daughter, Mrs. Ida Osborne of Philadelphia. He is also survived by two brothers George and Edward Helms, both of Chester. The funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock on Thursday afternoon from the residence at 525 West Sixth street, next door to his home, and interment will be in the Chester Rural cemetery. Rev. Dr. James A. Maxwell, of the First Baptist church, and Rev. Samuel D. Quimby will conduct the service.
|Helms, Jonathan Bartram (I1732)
|32||Chester Times, 8 Jul 1925: Edwin R. Helms, Jr., Dies in Hospital|
Edwin R. Helms, Jr., husband of Mary A. Helms, of 812 West Eighth street, died last night at the Chester Hospital following a surgical operation. He was 58 years old and was a resident of this city and county all his life, being born in Chester. He and his sons were contractors in Chester for many years, having their place of business at Ninth and Broomall streets. He was a member of the Chester Lodge, No. 236, F, and A. M., for many years and was well known in the Masonic fraternity.
He is survived by his widow, Mary A. Helms, and four children, John, Paul Edwards, Martha and Marguerite.
Interment will be made in Lawn Croft cemetery.
|Helms, Edward Robinson (I1714)
|33||Clara M. Leedy LEBANON Clara M. Leedy, 90, formerly of Jonestown, died on Wednesday, May 12, 2010, at Cedar Haven. She was born on Saturday, May 24, 1919, to the late Theodore Shott and Edna Shott nee Collins in Lebanon. She was the mother of 13 children. Surviving are 10 children, Frances Showers, Joann Brower, Gloria Greene, Ronald, Larry, Richard, Terry, Jack, Peggy, and Dennis, all of Lebanon; 28 grandchildren; 47 greatgrandchildren; and 13 greatgreat-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by husband, Lewis Leedy; and children, Edna, Bruce, and Louise Rollman. Services were held at Christman's Funeral Home, Inc. on Friday May 14, 2010.||Shott, Clara M (I4306)
|34||Clement P. Piscitelli, 'The Hugger', of Langhorne, Middletown Township died Sunday, March 5, 2017 surrounded by his family. He was 95.|
Born in Lewis Run, McKean County, Pa., he was a resident of Middletown Township since 1959. He was a self-employed accountant and tax preparer, having graduated from Peirce School of Business Administration (now Peirce College) in 1948.
Mr. Piscitelli was a 1940 graduate of St. Bernard High School, Bradford, Pa. He was a veteran of the United States Army, enlisting in January 1941 and honorably discharged in June 1945 as a master sergeant, serving in the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre.
He volunteered in his community as well. Over the course of 10 and half years, Clem served on the School Board in a variety of positions, most notably as Treasurer for the Neshaminy School District. He also served on the Bucks County Technical School Board. He was a long time member of the Middletown Township Bucks County School Authority and the Lower Bucks County Neshaminy School Authority. He was affiliated with the Langhorne Cub Scouts and Boy Scout Troop #21 as well. He has been a member of the Langhorne Lions Club since 1971 acting as president, treasurer and other line officers. He was active in the Middletown Republican Committee and participated in many political campaigns to elect responsible Neshaminy School Board Members. In addition, he was active with the Neshaminy Education Foundation by providing supplemental resources for the educational experiences of children in the district and as a member of the Bucks County Technical School's commitment to the future of the youth and adult residents of Lower Bucks County.
Clem was the beloved husband of 68 years to Liz (Elizabeth Miller). He was the loving father to Tom and his companion, Pam, Jeff and his wife, Sue, Lisa and her husband, Patrick, Anne, and Peter and his companion, Christine. He will be deeply missed by 16 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.
Clem was preceded in death by nine of his brothers and sisters and will be sadly missed by his remaining sister, Louise, as well as many nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are invited to call from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday, March 10, at St. James Episcopal Church, 330 S. Bellevue Ave., Langhorne, PA 19047. Funeral service will follow at 11 a.m. Interment will be held 2:30 p.m. Monday, March 13, at Washington Crossing National Cemetery, 830 Highland Road, Newtown, PA.
|Piscitelli, Clement P (I4058)
February 24, 1955
As a result of complications and a fractured hip, Alice D. Mowday, wife of George W. Mowday, of 309 Strasburg avenue, Parkesburg, died yesterday in Coatesville Hospital. She was in her 85th year.
Mrs. Mowday suffered a fall at her home a week ago and was admitted to the hospital for an operation on her hip. However, she did not recover sufficiently for the operation to be performed. Deputy Coroner Thomas Monteith, on investigation issued a certificate of death due to natural causes.
Mrs. Mowday was born in Ireland and came to this country at the age of six years. She worked for many years as a seamstress for Mrs. Sarah Ross.
She was a member of the First Presbyterian church of Parkesburg, and the Good Cheer Bible Class of the church. For a number of years she taught Sunday school at Hopewell Presbyterian Church.
Surviving her in addition to her husband are: a daughter, Helen, wife of William Herd, of Parkesburg; nine grandchildren; a niece, Ella Mall, of Pomeroy; a nephew, John Whitely, of Downingtown.
Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at two o'clock from the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main street, Parkesburg, and interment will be in Upper Octorara cemetery. Friends have been invited to call at the funeral home on Friday evening.
|Alice D (I2561)
|36||Daily Local News, West Chester, Chester County, Pa|
January 25, 1910
MOWDAY- In West Brandywine township, on January 24, 1910, Christian Mowday, aged 78 years.
Relatives and friends of the family, also Washington Camp, No. 351, P.O.S.of A., of Parkesburg, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral without further notice from the residence of George Mowray (sic), near Brandamore, on Thursday, January 27, 1910. Meet at the house at 10 a.m. Services in St. Mark's P.E. Church. Interment in adjoining cemetery. Carriages will meet 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. trains at Brandamore station, P. & R.R.R.
|Mowday, Christian (I2560)
|37||Daily Local News, West Chester, Chester County, Pa|
March 15, 1924
The funeral services of Mrs. Lydia Plank, of Reading, widow of Peter Plank, both former residents here, were held in the local M.E. Church, in charge of the Rev. Horace Hoffman, pastor of the Windsor Street M. E. Church, of Reading, on Tuesday afternoon last, with interment in the Honey Brook M.E. Cemetery. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. William Eshleman, of Reading, and several grandchildren.
|Jones, Lydia T (I2522)
|38||Daily Local News, West Chester, Chester County, Pa|
November 28, 1917
MOWDAY- In Coatesville, Pa., on November 28, 1917, Mrs. Annie J., widow of John C. Mowday, in her 81st year.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral without further notice from the residence of her son, George W Mowday, 117 East Main St., Parkesburg, Pa., on Saturday, December 1, 1917, at 2 o'clock p.m. Interment at convenience of the family.
November 29, 1917
While visiting in Coatesville, Mrs. Annie Jones Mowday, widow of John C. Mowday, of this place, contracted pneumonia a week ago and passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Hartranft, Coatesville, on Tuesday. Mrs. Mowday was in her 81st year and had lived here for many years, her husband having died ten years ago. She was a faithful, long-time member of the Presbyterian Church, of this place, and her greatest efforts in church activities were in the Missionary Society, to which she remained a conscientiously faithful long after she was unable to attend the meetings. She was a woman of kindly disposition, always disposed to do a good act and enjoyed the esteem of all who knew her.
The following children survive her: Jennie, wife of Wm. Hartranft, and William, of Coatesville, and George, of this place, with whom she lived. There are also a number of grandchildren, as well as brothers and sisters: Levi Jones, Norristown; Reuben Jones, St. Peter's; Mrs. Eliza McCannon, Barneston; Mr. Wm. Plank and Mrs. Retta Fry, of Reading, and Mrs. Emma Reifsnyder, Norristown, and it is worthy of note that her twin sister, Mrs. Margaret Stauffer, of Reading, also survives.
December 3, 1917
The funeral of Mrs. John C. Mowday, one of Parkesburg's well known women, was held from the home of her son, George W. Mowday, 117 East Main street, on Saturday. The services were in charge of her pastor, Rev. W. Potter VanTries, of the Presbyterian Church, who spoke of the kindly attributes of the deceased. Mrs. John Ross Owens, Mrs. C.K. Hallowell and H.C. Miller sang "Asleep in Jesus".
The Church Circle sent a beautiful floral tribute and a wax wreath:chrysanthemums and other flowers were sent by friends.
The pall-bearers were chosen by the deceased woman four years ago during a revere (sic) illness and served with one exception, the absentee's place being filled by another. The bearers were: Sanford Mowday, John Wallace, John Clarke, J.A. McEvoy, Hiram Strop and Walter Hartranft.
A remarkable feature of the funeral was the presence of Mrs. Mowday's surviving twin sister, Mrs. Margaret Stauffer, of Reading, now in her 81st year. Of her survivors are five aged sisters and two brothers, all of whom attended the funeral except one sister, Mrs. Eliza McCannon, of Barnston.
|Jones, Anna (I164)
|39||Daily Local News, West Chester, Chester County, Pa|
September 30, 1907
At Parkesburg on Sunday at 2:30 p.m., John C. Mowday passed away. Thursday last the was suddenly stricken with paralysis, and never regained consciousness. His illness had been of about six years' duration. At times he would walk out but spent much of his time in a chair. Those left to mourn his loss are a wife and three children: George, at home; William, of Coatesville, and Mrs. Wm. Hartfrnft, also of Coatesville; one sister, Mrs. Bella McKinley, Parkesburg; two brothers, George of Parkesburg, and Christian, of New Holland. Mr. Mowday leaves many friends to fondly remember him.
October 1, 1907
MOWDAY- In Parkesburg, on September 29, 1907, John C. Mowday, aged 72 years.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral without further notice from his late residence, 117 East Main street, Parkesburg, on Wednesday afternoon, October 2. Services at the house at 1 o'clock. Interment at Upper Octoraro Cemetery.
|Mowday, John Christman (I163)
|40||Dated Frances "Tag" Purtell.||Roche, Elizabeth Eileen (I2967)
|41||Dated Frances "Tag" Purtell.||Wahl, Mary Francis (I1120)
|42||DEBORAH A. HERD, 66, OF ROYERSFORD Deborah A. (Breslin) Herd, 66, wife of Richard E. Herd, of Royersford, died on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at home after a brief illness. Born in Phoenixville, she was the daughter of the late Donald A. and Elizabeth T. (Manion) Breslin. Deborah was a graduate of St. Pius X High School, Class of 1962. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Royersford. She worked at Charles & Stevens Hair Stylists in Strafford, PA for 44 years. Surviving in addition to her husband are a son, Donald Herd and Jennifer Conway of Royersford; daughter-in-law, Courtney Herd of Royersford; granddaughters, Angel, Lisa and Amber; sisters, Donna Sparano of Phoenixville and Denise Breslin of Royersford; seven nieces; two nephews, and two great-nieces. She was preceded in death by her son, Daniel E. Herd in 2009, and sisters, Diane Breslin and Doreen Breslin. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral Mass in Sacred Heart Church, Lewis Road & Walnut Streets, Royersford, on August 24, 2011 at 10 a.m. with Rev. Peter J. DiMaria officiating. Burial will follow in St. Ann Cemetery, Phoenixville. Visitation will be held in the church on Wednesday morning from 9 to 9:45 a.m. Memorial contributions in her name may be made to Jefferson Hospice, The Home Care Network, 240 Radnor Chester Road, Suite 100, Radnor, PA 19087. Condolences may be given to the family at www.DevlinRosmosKepp.com. Arrangements are by the Devlin-Rosmos-Kepp Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., 517 S. Main Street, Phoenixville.||Breslin, Deborah A (I2638)
|43||Delaware County Daily Times, 16 Dec 1965: H. H. Bates; Engineer Dies at 76|
Harry H. Bates, 76, manager of Works Engineering of Westinghouse Electric Corp., Lester plant until his retirement in 1954, died Wednesday night at his home, 300 Glebnlock Road, Ridley Park.
Mr. Bares after his retirement was a professor in the engineering department at Pennsylvania Military College. He was president of the board of directors of Taylor Hospital in Ridley Park. He served as a director of the Elmwood Savings and Loan Association of Philadelphia and Ridley Park and was a former member of the Ridley Park School Board.
He was a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute of Blacksburg, Va., where he received both a bachelor and maters degree in Mechanical Engineering. Following his graduation he served in the American Expeditionary Forces as a captain during World War I.
Mr. Bates was a member of Col. C. C. Pierce Post 649 American Legion of Ridley Park, The University Club of Ridley Park, National Honorary Engineering Society, Tau Beta Pi National Society of Professional Engineers and was a Fellow in the American Association for the advancement of Science.
He was elected to the Board of Taylor Hospital April 15, 1935 and was named president on June 16, 1952.
He is survived by his widow, the former Martha Darlington Helms; a son William H. of Gradyville; a daughter, Mrs. Donald F. Bruce of Wallingford, a sister, Mrs. Neville R. Ridgely of Timonium, Md. and six grandchildren.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Griffith Chapel, 520 Chester Pike, Norwood. Burial will be at the convenience of the family.
Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the chapel.
|Bates, Harry Howard (I1717)
|44||Delaware County Daily Times, 21 Aug 1950: Bruce-Bates|
Miss Marian Helms Bates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howard Bates, of 300 Glenloch Rd., Ridley Park, and Donald Frederick Bruce, son of Mrs. Christopher Dana Bruce, of East Orange, N. J., and the late Mr. Bruce, were united in marriage on Saturday, August 19, at 12 o'clock noon in the Ridley Park Presbyterian Church. Rev. J. Harold Guy performed the ceremony.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father wore an off-white suit dress of metallic brocade satin and a corsage of white orchids.
Miss Barbara Burt Helms, of Upper Providence, the bride's cousin was her only attendant. She wore a suit dress of American Beauty fall with a matching hat and she carried a nosegay.
Benjamin Talbot Ridgeley, of Towson, Md., served as best man for Mr. Bruce and William Helms Bates, of Ridley Park, brother of the bride, and John S. Sawyer, of Virginia Beach, Va., acted as ushers.
A luncheon for the bridal party, the immediate families and a few intimate friends at the home of the bride's parents followed the ceremony. Upon their return from a wedding trip to the Virginia Beach and Williamsburg, Va., Mrs. Bruce will reside temporarily with her parents and Lieutenant (j. g.) Bruce, U. S. Naval reserves, who has been called to active duty, will go to his ship.
The bride is a graduate of Ridley Park High School and Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va., and is a member of the Sigma, Sigma, Sigma sorority.
Lieutenant Bruce attended the University of Michigan and the University of Pennsylvania. he is a member of the National Honorary Engineering Society, Tau Beta Pi.
|45||Delaware County Daily Times, 28 Nov 1966: Samuel B. Custer, 73, a retired machinist from Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Chester, died Saturday in the Tri-County Hospital, Springfield, after a three-week illness.|
Mr. Custer, husband of the late Eliza A. Woertz Custer, who died in 1952, lived with his niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Faust, 345 S. Scott Ave., Glenolden. He was born and lived in Glenolden all his life. His grandparents, the Helms and Custers, formerly lived on farms where Glenolden now is located.
He was a member of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Philadelphia.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the McCausland Funeral Home, 202 S. Chester Pike, Glenolden. Burial will be private.
Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
|Custer, Samuel Bethel Jr. (I1789)
|46||Delaware County Daily Times, 5 Jun 1916: Samuel Customer Killed by Train at Folcroft|
Son of the Late Bethel M. Custer, of Glenolden Meets a Violent Death On the Railroad
Struck by a south-bound express train, as he was crossing the tracks of the Philadelphia, Baltimore & Washington railroad at Folcroft, in Darby Township, Saturday midnight, Samuel Custer, fifty years old, of Glenolden, member of a well known family in that section of the county, and son of the late Bethel Custer, was literally ground to pieces under the wheels of a train. The tragedy was not discovered until ten minutes later when the crew of an accommodation train following in the wake of the express, noticed portions of the dismembered body scattered along the track. The legs were picked up some distance from where the torso and head were found.
Custer had been visiting some friends in Folcroft and was on his way to his home in Glenolden when the fatality occurred. It is believed that he climbed a fence in front of the Folcroft station for the purpose of taking a short cut home and was in front of the oncoming train before he had time to save himself.
The crew of the express did not know that a man had been hurled into eternity by their train. The body was horribly mangled, portions of the remains being scattered along the track a distance of fully one hundred years from where the engine struck Custer.
An employee of the Pennsylvania Railroad notified Coroner Charles H. Drewes, of Darby, who took charge of the remains. By the light of lanterns, the Coroner and his assistants managed to recover what was left of the body and remove it to the morgue.
Custer is survived by a widow and two children, Samuel and Mabel. He was well known in Darby and vicinity, where he resided practically all his life and was well liked by all who knew him. His death comes as a great shock to his friends.
The railroad accident is the third to occur is that section of the county in a little over two days. Two of them resulted fatally, the first being the case of eleven-year-old Frederick Duprius, of Norwood, who was killed by a train at Holmes station on the B. & O. road last Thursday night. The other victim had a narrow escape from death under a train at Sharon Hill, Saturday.
|Custer, Samuel C Sr. (I1787)
|47||Diana Elisabeth Coffey Halda, age 93, of Washington, Iowa died Monday, June 20, 2011 at the Halcyon House in Washington following a an enduring illness.|
Mass of the Resurrection will be held 11:00 a.m. Friday, June 24, 2011 at St. James Catholic Church in Washington with Father Troy Richmond officiating. Visitation will be held from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. Friday in Tobin Hall at St. James Catholic Church, prior to the mass. Interment will take place at the Elm Grove Cemetery in Washington, Iowa. Memorials have been established for "Diana's Place" at Halcyon House. Online condolences may be sent for Diana's family through the web at www.jonesfh.com.
Diana Elisabeth Halda was born March 22, 1918 in Wellman, Iowa the daughter of Elmer Ivan and Lola (Oldaker) Coffey. She attended school in Wellman until her senior year when she moved with her family to Iowa City and transferred to Iowa City High School where she graduated in 1935. She worked at the Wellman Advance the next two years before entering Coe College in 1937. She graduated from Coe College in 1941. Diana taught vocal music and English in Ainsworth Consolidated Schools for the next two years.
On December 23, 1942, Diana was united in marriage to Ensign Francis Halda, USNR, of Cedar Rapids at Immaculate Conception Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. When she was in her forties, she attended Richmond Professional Institute (now Commonwealth University) in Richmond, Virginia and Rosary College (now Dominican University) in River Forest, Illinois where she received her M.A. in Library Science in 1968. She was named to Beta Phi Mu, international honorary library science fraternity. Diana was a librarian at Highland Park Elementary School in Richmond, Virginia, librarian at Maine South High School in Park Ridge, Illinios, head librarian at Prospect High School in Mount Prospect, Illinois and was supervisor of Library Technical Services for High School District 214 in Illinois.
Upon retirement in 1981, she and her husband moved to Halcyon House in Washington, Iowa. When Lillian Dehne, administrator of Halcyon House, learned that Diana had librarian experience, she asked Diana to be the librarian a Halcyon. Diana's husband, Francis, was interested in the library too. He helped shelve the books and gave much financial help to buy the books. The library was designated "Diana's Place" in 2008.
During her lifetime, Diana was a member of St. James Catholic Church, DAR, DAC, and AAUW and was active in PTA, Delta Delta Delta sorority, Questers, Fortnightly and Chapter J PEO. She was named to Who's Who of American Women in the 1970's. In 2008, Diana received the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Iowa Association of Homes and Services for the Aging.
She is survived by her daughter Mary Diana Simpson of Hackettstown, New Jersey; son Anthony Halda and wife Jodi of Klamath Falls, Oregon; six grandchildren including: Rob Simpson and wife Kim of Carlstadt, New Jersey; Mike Simpson and wife Julia of Camp Red Cloud, South Korea; Jim Simpson and wife Melanie Lynskey of Los Angeles, California; Shannon Halda Wipf of Portland, Oregon; Jennie Lee and husband Jack of Klamath Falls, Oregon; Anthony Halda and wife Shannan of Klamath Falls, Oregon; great grandchildren: Hannah and Logan Lee; Katie and Andrew Halda of Klamath Falls, Oregon; Zoe Christine Fernandez of Portland, Oregon; Nicholas Simpson of Camp Red Cloud, South Korea; and Francis Raymond Simpson of Carlstadt, New Jersey; as well as many nieces and nephews including Jean Morrison Macenski and husband Dan of Washington, Iowa.
Diana was preceded in death by her parents, her husband in 2006, brothers, Max Coffey, Hubert Coffey, Francis Coffey and Dr. Jim Coffey and sisters Marcia Morgan, Helen Grass, Kathleen Morrison and Jean Gray, as well as many nieces and nephews.
|Coffey, Diana Elisabeth (I1064)
|48||Died at the Battle of Chancellorsville.||Taylor, Captain Archibald (I2001)
|49||Died on the Frigate "President".||Biddle, Edward (I407)
|50||Died on the ship "Randolph".||Biddle, Nicholas (I348)