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Tallman, Caroline M.
January 22, 1864
TALLMAN - At Lee Corners, New York, January 11, 1864, of congestion of the lungs, CAROLINE M. TALLMAN, aged 37 years, 8 months and 11 days.
Tanner, Amelia Burt
February 21, 1927
Funeral services for Mrs. Amelia Burt Tanner were conducted Wednesday at the home of her son, Arbie Tanner, two miles south of Mannsville, Rev. F. N. Churchill, pastor of the Mannsville Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. The body was placed in Mannsville vault to await burial in Sandy Creek Cemetery in the spring. Mrs. Tanner died Monday, Feb. 21, at the home of Arbie Tanner, after being confined to her bed nearly one year. She had received the best of care. Mrs. Tanner was born in Lee, Oneida county, August 18, 1848, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Josiah Burt. She was left motherless when four years of age. At the age of seventeen she married Reuben R. Tanner who died about fifteen years ago. Mrs. Tanner was a resident of Sandy Creek for more than forty years. Two years ago she came to make her home with her son. She is survived by one daughter, who resides in Pulaski, and three sons, Arbie of Mannsville, Everett who is in a soldier's hospital near Buffalo, and a son who lives in North Dakota. She also leaves several grandchildren.
Ten Eycke, Bessie M. Bostwick
Rome, Nov. 1, (1918) - Mrs. Walter I. Ten Eycke, of 613 Ashland avenue, died Monday at the Rome Hospital of pneumonia following influenza from which her husband also died on Tuesday of last week. Her maiden name was Bessie M. Bostwick and she was born in the village of Delta October 8, 1891. When 5 years old she came here with her parents, Mrs. and the late John Bostwick. In Westchester, Pa., Oct. 21, 1912, she married Mr. Ten Eycke and they lived for a time in Portland Maine and in Denver, Col. returning here three years ago. Besides her mother in this city she is survived by three brothers, Walter F. Bostwick, who is at the Slocum, and Charles and Franke Bostwick of Rome, She was a young woman of pleasing personality, kind and gentle and full of sympathy and on the death of her husband she suffered a complete collapse. Many friends deeply regretted to hear of her passing.
contributed by Karen Marsh
Died Aug 14, 1960
MISS TEUSCHER SUCCUMBS AT AGE OF 89
Miss Alice Teuscher, 89, formerly of the Rome-Oriskany Rd., died Sunday night in the Rome Hospital, where she had been a patient the past month. Miss Teuscher had been ill since 1953 and before entering the hospital had been a patient at the Edgewater Nursing Home, Utica, and the Ideal Nursing Home, Rome. A native of Berne Switzerland, she was born Dec 6, 1871, a daughter of David and Katherine Leuenberger Teuscher. She came to this country with her family around 1890, and lived on farms with her brothers and sisters in the village of Delta and on the property now occupied by Griffiss AFB. The family moved to the Rome-Oriskany Road when the Air Force took over their property. Miss Teuscher, a member of the Trinity United Church of Christ, is survived by a brother, Christian, Rome-Oriskany Rd., several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at the Waldo Wiggins Prince Home for Funerals at 2 Wednesday, with interment in Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica. Friends may call at the Home for Funerals from 7 to 9 tonight and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Tuesday. Bearers were Mr. John E. Abel, Sr., Mr. Arthur G. DeSEve, Mr. Gilbert Fike, Mr. Louis E. Rieben, Mr. David W. Teuscher, Jr. and Mr. Don Arol Teuscher.contributed by Bea Lastowicka
TEUSCHER, Mrs. David (Catharina)
January 7, 1911
WRIGHT SETTLEMENT -- Jan 7 - Mrs. David Teuscher died at 8:05 P.M. yesterday at her home in this place, after an illness of two days with acute stomach trouble. She was born in Switzerland on Jan. 23, 1832, and was married in that country in 1858. The family came to this country in 1890 and located in Western, whence a year later they moved to Stanwix, where Mr. Teuscher died 14 years ago. After 12 years residence in Stanwix, Mrs. Teuscher moved to Delta, where with her sons, Jacob and John F., she resided till the barge canal requirement caused them to move to Wright Settlement last spring. The surviving members of the family are: five sons, Jacob and John living at home, David, Christian and Godfrey Teuscher of Stanwix, and three daughters, Mrs. John Emhof of Vernon, Mrs. John Abel of Steuben and Miss Alice Teuscher, living here. There are also a brother and sister in Switzerland.contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Died Sept 6, 1943
JACOB TEUSCHER 77, a Rome - Oriskany Rd. farmer, died at his home Sunday after an illness of six weeks. Born in Berne, Switzerland, May 13, 1866, he came to this country with his parents, Jacob and Katherine Teuscher in 1890. They lived in Western, Delta and Wright Settlement. Mr. Teuscher was one of the many farmers who sold his Farm to the government for the Rome Air Depot. It was the second time he had given up his home for government use. He was a member of the Trinity Church. Surviving are three sisters and three brothers: Mrs. Jacob Emhof, Madison; Mrs. Katherine Abel, Rome-Oriskany Rd., Miss Alice Teuscher, with whom he lived; and David, John and Christian Teuscher, also of the Rome-Oriskany Rd. Burial is in Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica, New York. Bearers were Roser Abel, John Abel, Charles Emhof, Edward Emhof, David Teuscher, and Howard Teuscher.contributed by Bea Lastowicka
TEUSCHER, John Fred
Died Nov 13, 1946
J. F. TEUSCHER, FARMER DIES AT AGE OF 73 TWICE DIRECTED BY GOVERNMENT TO LEAVE LAND
John Fred Teuscher, 73, R. D. 2, died last night at his home after a month's illness. Born in Berne, Switzerland, March 1, 1873, he came to this country in 1889 and had since engaged in farming in this area. Twice during his long career as a farmer he was directed to move by the government. In 1909 the State of New York ordered the Teuscher family to leave their land in Delta to make way for the reservoir. At that time they owned 150 acres between Delta Village and Westernville. The Teuschers then purchased a 193 acre farm in Wright Settlement. which they operated until 1941, when the federal government acquired the property as a part of the Rome Army Air Field site. On the farm were several buildings, including a cheese factory leased to a national manufacturer. Upon arrival in the United States when he was 16 years of age, Mr. Teuscher first lived in North Western and later on a farm on Stanwix road. From there he moved to Delta where he resided for eight years before the state purchased the land. For the past five years he had operated a small farm on the Stanwix-Oriskany road. Mr. Teuscher never married. He attended Trinity Evangelical Church, Rome. He leaves three sisters, Alice, who made her home with him; Mrs. Louise Emhof, Utica; Mrs. Catherine Abel, Stanwix; two brothers, David and Chris, Stanwix, and several nieces and nephews. Burial was in forest Hill Cemetery, Utica, New York. Bearers were Mr. Arthur DeSeve, Mr. Maynard Emhof, Mr. Donald Jackson, Mr. William Lauber, Mr. Donald Nelson and Mr. David Teuscher.contributed by Bea Lastowicka
Thomas, George B.
October 20, 1910
George B. Thomas died on Wednesday evening at 9 o’clock at his home, 409 W. Dominick street, from a complication of diseases from which he had been a sufferer for some time. He had been confined to his bed for three weeks. Mr. Thomas was born in Canajoharie and had he lived until next month would have been 50 years old. Practically all of his life had been spent in this city. For a number of years he conducted a bicycle shop on W. Dominic street. Twenty-four years ago in this city he was united in marriage with Miss Lulu Wright of Point Rock, who survives with an adopted daughter, Mary. When health permitted, Mr. Thomas was an attendant at the Wesleyan Methodist Church. He was a member of the Rome Tert, ROTM, and had been a member of the volunteer fire department. Mr. Thomas was the son of a civil war veteran and was a very patriotic man. He was the leader of the Fort Stanwix Drum Corps in which he was a snare drummer. Besides his wife and adopted daughter, he leaves one sister, Mrs. Thomas Fleming of Rome, three half sisters, Mrs. James Taylor of Utica, Mrs. Ella Packard of Stittville, and Mrs. William Thomas of Little Falls, also a half brother Peter Ryan of Utica. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery.
October 25, 1872
THOMAS - At his residence in Fox Township, Black Hawk county, Iowa, on Friday, September 27, 1872, of consumption, Gilbert Thomas, aged 51 years, 8 months and 13 days. The deceased was formerly a resident of Lee, Oneida county, NY.
November 30, 1903
West Branch - Mrs. Alzina Thornton died at the home of her son, H. E. Thornton, Saturday morning at the advanced age of 96 years 6 months and 28 days. She was a native of Western and had always resided in this vicinity. Mrs. Thornton was the mother of ten children, nine of whom are still living. Her eldest son is now 77 years old. She leaves one sister in Osceola. She was confined to her bed eight weeks and bore her last suffering with the same patience that she manifested through all her life. Her funeral will be held from the Friends Church Tuesday.
September 12, 1910
Byron Thornton died on Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Addison Vandewalker, four miles north of this city, just off Turin road on the highway leading to Lee Line. For some time he had been ailing with a complication of diseases, but was confined to his bed only a few days. He was born in the northern part of the town of Western August 24, 1831, and was therefore just past his 79th birthday For many years he was a farmer and also conducted a saw mill and oar manufactory, the first establishment of the kind in the vicinity where he was born and reared. The most of his life was spent in Western. Five or six years ago he went to live in Verona, and about two years ago came to live with the daughter at whose home he died. He was a man of many excellent qualities. He had a wide acquaintance in the northern part of Oneida county and was universally esteemed. Besides his daughter, Mrs. Vandewalker, he leaves a grandson, Willis Vandewalker of Rome, four brothers, Halstead of Ava, John, Timothy and James of Western and William of Wisconsin, and one sister, Mrs. Squire Keyes of Wisconsin. His wife, who was Samantha Burch of Western, died four years ago. Mr. Thornton's funeral took place this afternoon at the Friends Church at West Branch, with interment in the Friend's Cemetery there.
Thornton, J. Halstead
April 15, 1914
Ava - Early Monday morning occurred the death of J. Halstead Thornton at his home in East Ava.
Mr. Thornton had been ill for a long time and his death, while not unexpected, brings sorrow to this whole community, where he was well and favorably known.
Mr. Thornton was born in the town of Western December 29, 1825, son of the late Julius B. and Alzina Haynes Thornton. He was united in marriage July 3, 1848 with Ann Humphrey in this town by the Rev. G. A. Eades. He settled in the town of Western about 60 years ago. He had moved to this town, where he had since resided on the same farm.
Mr. Thornton is survived by two children, Julius Thornton of Ava and Mrs. Peter Fox of North Western, also four grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at his late home at noon today. Interment was made in Thornton Cemetery.
Thorton, Julius B.
October 17, 1929
Ava - Julius B. Thornton died at his home in East Ava, at the advanced age of 80 years, yesterday morning after an illness of several weeks.
Mr. Thornton had lived in the town of Ava for the past 73 years and enjoyed a large acquaintance throughout northern Oneida county. He was a citizen of sterling character. While he never sought political office, he always took an active interest for the betterment of his community and town.
He was the center of an unusually happy family circle and was always ready to do an act of kindness to those around him. He will be greatly missed in the community where he had lived so many years. He attended the Hilltop M. E. Church at Ava as long as his health permitted.
Julius B. Thornton was the son of the late J. Halstead and Ann Humphrey Thornton and was born in the town of Western April 5, 1849. He came to the town of Ava at the age of seven years with his parents. On December 24, 1874, he was united in marriage with Miss Susannah Van Dyke at the family home in Ava, by the Rev. R. P. Beebe, pastor of the North Western Church. Last December 24 was the 54th anniversary of their marriage. this anniversary has been observed for several years by a family gathering
On the same date Mr. Thornton's only sister, Lillie M. Thornton, was united in marriage with Peter Fox at the Thornton homestead, only a short distance away, by the same minister.
Surviving beside his wife are one son, Earl H. Thornton of Ava, two grandchildren, Ervin T. Thornton and Miss Vera A. Thornton, of Ava, one sister, Mrs. Peter Fox of North Western, two great-grandchildren, Vilda E. Thornton and Ernest R. Thornton, of Ava.
Funeral services will be held at his late home on Saturday.
Thornton, Samantha Burch
September 15, 1906
Samantha, wife of Abiron Thornton, in her 66th year, died from a complication of diseases at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Addison Vandewalker, on the Oswego road near New London on Friday at 7:30 pm. She was a daughter of the late Darius Burch and was born in the town of Western where most of her life had been spent. Three years ago she went to live with her daughter. Mrs. Thornton had a wide circle of friends who will be saddened by her death. Besides her husband and daughter, Mrs. Vandewalker, she leaves three brothers, Herbert and Jeremiah Burch of Ridge Mills, and William Burch of Western.
THORNTON - Entered into rest Friday evening, September 14, 1906, Samantha Burch, wife of Abiron Thornton, age 65 years 2 months and 12 days. Prayer at the house Monday and funeral at the Friend's Church, West Branch. Interment in the Friends Cemetery, West Branch.
March 24, 1927
In a local hospital Wednesday afternoon occurred the death of Timothy Thornton, 86, of the town of Western. He had been in failing health for the past two years and his fatal illness was of three weeks duration.
He was born in the town of Western and spent most of his life there. Since the death of this wife some years ago he had lived at the home of several nephews and nieces in Westernville, Lee Center and in this city who are his nearest relatives.
He was visiting the home of his great-nephews, Lloyd and Glen Wyman in this city when he was taken ill.
March 30 - Lee Center - The late Timothy Thornton was survived by two sisters, Mrs. Obiah Vandewalker of Lansing, Michigan, and Mrs. Sarah Kees of Wisconsin. Julius Thornton of Ava was a nephew and Mrs. Lillie Fox of North Western, and Mrs. Rosella Turner of this village, nieces of the deceased. Besides these relatives there is a number of grand-nieces and nephews. Mr. Thornton was one of a family of ten children born to Julius and Alzina Thornton. The latter was one of three sisters whose combined ages numbered 306 years, one passing away at the ripe old age of 106 years, another was 104 years old, and the youngest lived to be 96 years of age. Timothy Thornton was a nephew of the late Hiram Cronk, the last survivor of the War of 1812 who passed away several years ago at the age of 104.
Thurston, Daniel B.
December 19, 1927
Osceola - Daniel B. Thurston, Osceola, died Sunday at his home, after an illness of about three weeks.
He was born in Ava April 22, 1853, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Thurston, and was well known in this locality where he followed the trade of millwright. His wife, Sarah Lewis Thurston, passed away last summer.
He leaves four children, Mrs. Charles Aloan, Mrs. Rea Hall and Miss Mary Thurston, all of Osceola, and James of Redfield.
Thurston, Sarah Jane Lewis
April 28, 1927
Osceola - The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Jane Thurston was held from her late home Tuesday. The Rev. F. G. Webster of Redfield officiated.
Mrs. Thurston was born in Champion, Jefferson Co., April 30, 1854, a daughter of the late John N. and Celia Smith Lewis. She was married to Daniel B. Thurston in May 1881, She was a very devoted wife and mother.
She leaves to mourn her loss besides her husband, one son, James A. Thurston of Redfield, and three daughters, Mrs. Charles E. Aloan, Mrs. Reo N. Hall and Miss Mary Thurston, who lived at home with her parents. She also leaves seven grandchildren besides nieces and nephews, one brother, Smith Lewis of Swancott Mills, two sisters, Mrs. Alice Reigler of Point Rock and Mrs. Addie C. Worden of Rome.
April 17 1888
Lee Center, Apr 16 - The funeral of Mrs. Abigail Toomey, mother of G. W. Toomey of this place, occurred at Taberg Modnay. Mrs. Toomey was 61 years of age, and had been a great sufferer with cancer. Besides her invalid husband, she leaves three daughters, Mrs. Ora J. Evans, Mary and Libbie Toomey, of Rome, Edward of Bradford, Pa, and George W. of this place.
Tracy, Amia S.
May 6, 1864
TRACY - At Delta, New York, April 27, 1864, Mrs. AMIA S. TRACY, wife of Frederick Tracy, Esq., in the 79th year of her age.
March 24, 1865
TRACY - On Sunday, March 19, 1865, at the residence of his son-in-law, E. Brewster, Rome, New York, Frederick Tracy, Esq., of Delta, New York, in the 73d year of his age.
April 29, 1864
TRACY - In Lee, New York, April 27, 1864, Mrs. HANNAH TRACY in the 79th year of her age.
Tracy. Martha Johnson
May 29, 1928
Mrs. Martha Johnson Tracy, aged 75, died last night at her home on South Street. She was born April 8, 1853, a daughter of the late William and Charlotte Ferguson Johnson, who came to this community in 1830 from Connecticut by ox team and settled on the Johnson homestead on the lower Taberg Road. January 1, 1872 Martha Johnson was united in marriage with Fred Tracy who died nine years ago. Mrs. Tracy was a charter member of Lake Delta chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, an attendant at the Community church and a respected and beloved resident. She is survived by one son, Charles W. Tracy of Rome, four grandchildren, and one brother, Squire Johnson of Rome and several nieces and nephews. Funeral will be held at her late home Thursday at 2 pm. Burial a Lee Valley Cemetery.
July 8, 1898
Lee Center - Mrs. Rosena Traxel, aged 65 years, died of consumption ath the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Jacob Ruegsegger, at West Lee, Monday. The deceased was a native of Switzerland and had lived in this country but six years. Her husband died very soon after reaching this place. She leaves three sons and two daughters, John and Jacob of Switzerland, Ulrich of Buffalo, Mrs. Magdelena Stokes of Oriskany and mrs. Jacob Ruegsegger of Lee.
Trenham, Mary Shepard
May 3, 1898
Mrs. Mary M. Shepard Trenham died at her home, 303 North Madison street, Saturday night, of paralysis, aged 68. She was able to be about the house until Saturday, when she suffered a second shock. Mary M. Shpeard was born in Turin, Lewis county, August 30, 1829 and came to Rome in 1840 with her parents. In May 1849 she married Octavius F. Trenham who survives. One year after her marriage she moved with her husband to Lee, where they resided for 17 years. She then returned to this city and lived here up to the time of her death. Mrs. Trenham was a member of the Wesleyan Methodist church. Others surviving are three sons, Noble of Artesian, Dakota, John of Leyden, and Octavius Trenham Jr. of Rome.
January 18, 1884
TRIPP - Near Stokes in the town of Lee, New York, Seth Tripp, January 11, 1884Sudden Death
Seth Tripp, a farmer living near Stokes, in the town of Lee, was stricken with paralysis or apoplexy last Friday morning and fell out of his sleight into the snow. as he was driving up to Wentworth's store in Stokes. He was carried into the store in an unconscious condition, and died almost immediately. He was the uncle of Charles S. Griffin and Mrs. William Holtby, of this city and was about 68 years old. He leaves a wife, son and daughter.
Tripp, Charles A.
June 24, 1864
TRIPP - In Frederick City Hospital, July 8, 1863, of Fever, Charles A. Tripp, of Lee, Oneida county, member of Co. F, 146th Regiment, aged 25 years and 6 months.
Tripp, Allie L.
June 24, 1864
TRIPP - In Lee, New York, on Saturday, October 10, 1863, of Diphtheria, Allie L., youngest son of Seth and Sarah Tripp, aged 8 years, two months and 10 days.
August 8, 1910
David J. Tulloh, one of the best known and most highly esteemed residents of this city, died at 3 am today at his home, 105 E. Liberty Street, after a lingering illness. Last February he was stricken with pneumonia and complications followed which caused his death. David J. Tulloh was born in the town of Lee, on what is known as the Belcher road, halfway between Point Rock and West Branch, 63 years ago, a son of James and Margaret Tulloh. He attended the district school and finished his education at Whitestown Seminary at Whitesboro, then one of the leading institutions of learning in central New York. He came to Rome when a young man and his first employment here was with the Wardwell Brothers, hardware dealers. From there about 38 years ago, he went with S. Adams & Sons, iron founders and machinists, taking charge of their books. He remained with them until seized by his last illness. Some twenty years ago he purchased a livery business on W. Willett street, conducting it in connection with his other business. A few weeks ago he sold the livery to Adam Alder & Co. Mr. Tulloh was a member of the Presbyterian Church. He also was a member of Roman Lodge No. 223, F & AM, Zeba Grotto No. 3, M.O.V.P.E.R., Marub Lodge, No. 288, K.P. and Rome Council No. 15, R.A. In politics he was a Republican. From Jan. 1, 1905 until May 1, 1909 he was a member of the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners, retiring from this office by resignation. He was a man of very fine qualities, and a sterling citizen. Every trust reposed in him he carried out to the best of his ability, which was of a high order. A man of very kindly disposition, he counted every acquaintance a friend. Quiet and unassuming, he spoke no ill of any one. If he could not conscientiously speak well of another he held his peace. He had a high appreciation of humor, and always saw the amusing side of things. The death of David J. Tulloh will be sincerely regretted by a wide circle of friends. Mr. Tulloh was married in Lee 38 years ago to Miss Helen Smith, who died March 27, last Easter Sunday. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Harry W. Barnard, and one brother, Daniel Tulloh, both of this city.
Tulloh, Frances Smith
June 4, 1917
After five weeks of illness with acute diabetes, Mrs. Daniel Tulloh, who was in her 75th year, died at her home, 204 Kossuth Street, on Saturday evening at 6:50 pm. Her maiden name was Frances Clarissa Smith, and she was a daughter of the late John Smith and Fannie Root. She was born in Remsen. Her mother died when she was a child and the family removed to the town of Lee. Fifty-one years ago she came to Rome to reside. july 4, 1865, she was married to mr. Tulloh and on that date in 1915 they celebrated their golden wedding. During her long residence in Rome, by her kindly manner and pleasing personality Mrs. Tulloh made a wide circle of friends who esteemed her very highly. She was an attendant of the Presbyterian Church. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Helen Record and Mrs.Lynn J. Williams, one son, George Herbert Tulloh, four brothers, George, D. Clinton, Frank and Jerome Smith and two grandchildren, Miss Frances Helene Record and Miss Ruth Elizabeth Williams, all of Rome. Also two sisters, Mrs.Marian Bushnell and Mrs. Louis Hartson of Lee Center.
Tulloh, Helen Smith
March 28, 1910
Mrs. David J. Tulloh died at her home, 105 E. Liberty Street, at 8:40 am Sunday. She had been out of health for a year or more and for two months had been confined to her bed. While her death was not unexpected the end came very suddenly. She was sitting up in bed, partaking of breakfast, when she fell back and expired. Mrs. Tulloh's maiden name was Helen Smith. She was born in Trenton on April 6, 1852, a daughter of the late John H. and Martha Smith. She was married to Mr. Tulloh in this city about 34 years ago and practically all her married life had been passed here. She is survived by her husband, who is just recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia and is able to sit up only three or four hours a day, and a daughter, Mrs. Harry W. Barnard of Rome. There are also surviving three sisters, Mrs. Daniel Tulloh and Mrs. W. S. Bushnell of this city and Mrs. Louis Hartson of Lee Center, and five brothers, George W. and Jay W. of West Branch, DeWitt C. of Rome, Frank H., superintendent of Rome Cemetery, and Jerome B. Smith also of Rome. Mrs. Tulloh was an earnest member of the Presbyterian Church and was highly esteemed by all who knew her.
March 18, 1886
On Thursday evening at 7:30 at the home of his son, David Tulloh, 139 Dominick Street, this city, James Tulloh died, aged 70 years. He had been ailing for about two years but for only three weeks was he confined to his bed. His trouble was stomach difficulty and a general wearing out of the system. He was born in Cawdor, Nairnshire, Scotland and came to this country about 1830, taking up residence at North Bay, in this county, where he conducted a farm for many years. Later he removed to the town of Lee. About two years ago, shortly after the death of his wife, Mr. Tulloh came to this city and took up his residence with his son David. He was a man of excellent character and had the respect of all his acquaintances. Four sisters, Mrs. James Watt, New York Mills, and three in Scotland, a brother in Scotland, and three children, Daniel and David Tulloh of Rome, and Mrs. William Ramsby of Augusta survive.
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Little Maggie Tulloh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tulloh, whose dangerous illness we chronicled last week, died last Saturday evening. She was a bright child of 6 years and 5 months, and was a ray of sunshine not only in her own home but among all the children of her neighborhood. Funeral services were held at Mr. Tulloh's residence on North James St. Monday morning by Rev.C. W. Parsons of the First M. E. Church. The remains were taken for interment to Mr. Tulloh's former home in the town of Lee.
Tupper, Maria Barnard
February 1, 1887
On Saturday at 8 pm after months of wasting disease and patient suffering, Mrs. Maria Barnard Tupper, wife of Edward B. Tupper, died at her home, 113 Liberty Street, in her 43rd year. About eighteen months ago the deceased underwent a severe attack of pneumonia, and for days hovered between life and death. This terrible disease left the patient in a weakened and debilitated condition and she drifted into consumption. Possessed of a strong constitution and great vitality, she made a determined battle against the inroad of disease. Nothing that loving friends and relatives could do was left undone. All was vain, however. The dread disease slowly but surely sapped her life away. She was not wholly confined to her bed until a short time before her death. During her last few weeks on earth she suffered severe and excruciating pain. She was very patient through her long illness and no complaint escaped her lips. She desired much to live for her husband and two little children, but when she came to know that she must go she was calm and resigned, praying in her moments of pain that death might soon come to her relief. Her last day was peaceful and free from suffering, and when she died her spirit took its departure so quietly that the friends about her bedside hardly realized that the end had come and that the one they loved so well was at rest. Mrs. Tupper was born at Lee (State Road) and was a daughter of the late John Barnard. About twenty years ago she came to this city with her mother and family and remained here till he death. For about eleven years she, with her sister, formerly Miss Etta Barnard, now Mrs. James L. Keith, was employed in the furnishing store of H. Hannahs. Possessed of a very genial and sunny disposition, she made friends rapidly and kept them easily. In October 1880 she was married to Edward B. Tupper of this city. Her husband, a daughter aged five years and a son aged one and one-half years survive; also her aged mother, Mrs. Mary Barnard of this city, four brothers, John Barnard of Lee and Henry, Edward and Jay Barnard of Rome, and three sisters, Mrs. C. F. Keith, and Mrs. James Elwell of Rome and Mrs. James L. Keith of Rockford, Ill. The family of eight children is first broken by the death of Mrs. Tupper. She was a member and communicant of Zion Church and a true Christian.
Tupper, Prudence Bronson
July 17, 1905
Taberg - Prudence Maria Bronson, widow of Col. James Tupper, died at the home of her son, John Tupper, at 12:15 am today after an illness of a year and a half from dropsy and heart failure. Mrs. Tupper was born in the town of Floyd on Jan. 8, 1821, daughter of Eli Bronson and Lucy Sizer, old settlers in the town. She is the last of a family of nine children. After the death of her mother Mrs. Tupper for a number of years made her home with her uncle, Samuel Hubbard. She was married to Col. James Tupper in Rome by Elder Vogel. For a number of years Mr. & Mrs. Tupper resided in Lee Center and also in Rome, where the former was employed by James Merrill, leather dealer. Eight children were born of the union, of whom five survive, John of this place, Homer of Lee Center and E. B. Tupper, Mrs. H. S. Wetherbee and Mrs. James Downing of Rome. Mrs. Tupper also leaves one half brother, Charles Bronson of Boonville, and four half-sisters, Mrs. Harriet Bork of Delta, Mrs. J. B. Hitchcock of Lee Center, Mrs. Christopher Dorn of Vernon Center and Mrs. Emily Bellinger of Brooklyn. The funeral will be held at the home of her son, John, here at 11 am on Wednesday. The interment will be made in Evergreen Cemetery, Stokes. Mrs. Tupper was held in high esteem by all who knew her.
Tuthill, Abram Gulielmus D.
December 28, 1897
Abram Gulielmus D. Tuthill died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ezra Barden, 78 Miller Street, Utica, at 8:20 o'clock on Monday evening, aged 92 years. Mr. Tuthill was born in Montpelier, Vt. December 6, 1805. In 1817 his parents came to Lee, Oneida County, where most of his life was spent. First he went to farming and then did business as a contractor, building plank roads. He worked on the Rome and Oswego plank road, and a road from New London to Pine Plains, and afterward worked on the road between Rome and Taberg, at repairing for 12 years. Later he kept a toll gate between Rome and Taberg. He returned to Lee in 1865 and worked on his farm about ten years. Since 1865 he has lived mostly in Utica with his daughter.. He was constable in Lee two years, but held no other office. He was first sergeant of his company in the old militia when company trainings were held at Lee and general trainings at Rome. He was a member of the Methodist Church in Lee and served it as steward for a number of years. In 1830 Mr. Tuthill married Dina Ballard, who died in 1866. Two of the sons, Squire M. and Chester B., enlisted in the 81st New York Infantry and were killed during the late war. His surviving children are Elmus of North Bay and Mary M., wife of Mr. Barden of Utica.
January 23, 1909
The death of George Tuthill, a highly respected resident of the town of Lee, occurred from pneumonia at his home in Lorena a 4:45 pm on Friday, after an illness of about three weeks duration. Mr. Tuthill, who was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tuttle, was born in the town of Lee 87 years ago and practically all his life had been spent in the vicinity of Lee Center and Lee Valley. Sixty five years ago the 8th of next February he was married at Taberg to Miss Hannah Rogers of Lee. She survives with the following children: George Tuthill of Stokes, Mrs. Willard Agans of Lorena, and Mrs. William Grossman of Syracuse. Mr. Tuthill was the last of a family of nine children. He attended the Methodist Church at Lee Valley. He had a great many friends in this vicinity who will regret to learn of his death.
Tuthill, Hannah Rogers
April 17, 1916
Lee - Mrs. Hannah Rogers Tuthill, 91, died yesterday morning following a somewhat protracted period of ill health.
Mrs. Tuthill was born in this town and had always lived here. Her husband, who was George Tuthill, died in 1909, and since then Mrs. Tuthill had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Willard Agans. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Agans and Mrs. William Grossman and one son, George Tuthill.
Tuthill, John E.
January 2, 1899
Stokes - John E. Tuthill, a bright and promising young man of this place, died at the home of his father, George E. Tuthill, Tuesday morning, in his 29th year. Deceased was born in the town of Lee, and always resided here. For a number of years he had been employed with his father in the buying and selling of cattle. On December 19, he drove to Rome to meet his father, who came from Buffalo on a late train, and the two drove home in the rain and cold. Both caught severe cold and pneumonia set in, causing the death of John, the father at the time being critically ill. Deceased was a young man of splendid nature and had a host of friends in this vicinity. Besides his parents he is survived by three sisters and five brothers, Mrs. Frank Potter of Western, George I., Clarence W., William B., Frank W., Edith M., Ellis J. and Bertha I., all of this place.
Tuthill, Mrs. Silas
March 28, 1876
Lee Center - One week ago last Friday, Mrs. Silas Tuthill, sister of the late Job Barnard, died at her home near Point Rock. Her illness was very brief and painful, her death unexpected.
Tyler, Louisa York
July 26, 1971
Mrs. Jacob E. Tyler Sr., 74, of RD 3, Rome-Taberg Road, died Sunday in Rome Nursing Home after a six year illness. The former Louisa May York, she was the daughter of Friend C. and Mattie L. Stedman York. She was born in Lee Center Dec. 30, 1896. She was a graduate of Rome Free Academy, Class of 1919, and had lived in the Rome area her entire life. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church. She and Mr. Tyler were married June 4, 1927, in Rome. Surviving are her husband, a son, Jacob E. Tyler Jr., at home, several nieces and nephews, and cousins. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 at the Strong Funeral Home with interment in Evergreen Cemetery.