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Ufford, Andrew W.
September 8, 1908
In Fayette county, Iowa, on August 21, occurred the death of Andrew Ufford. Mr. Ufford was the oldest son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ufford and was born in the town of Lee, Oneida county on August 8, 1836, and will be well remembered by the older residents. He went west when quite a young man and there married and leaves to mourn his death, besides his wife, six children, and the following brothers and sisters: Julian of Oberlin, Ia., Alfred of Cedar Falls, Ia., and Gustavus Ufford of Chelan, Wash., Mrs. Marva Stevens of Pittsfield, Mass., and Mrs. Ellen Graves of San Francisco, Cal. Mrs. George Williams of Camden is a cousin.
March 1, 1878
Lee Center Items - A very sudden death occurred in this town on Wednesday evening, the 20th. Inst. Mr. Charles Ufford died about 8 o'clock at the age of 67 years and 11 months. He had just returned from the Western States where he had been visiting for several months among his children, and up to the hour of his death he was feeling as well as usual. Several of his neighbors were in visiting him, and he was feeling very lively and enjoying their visit, when suddenly he fell back and almost immediately expired. His funeral was held in the Union Church, on Saturday at noon, Rev. Daniel Ballard of Utica, preaching on the occasion. Deceased was a member of Baron Steuben Lodge F. & A. M., and his remains were interred by the Masonic Order in the Fish Creek Cemetery. A large concourse of citizens assembled to join in the obsequies. Mr. John Ufford of Williamstown, a brother of the deceased, and his daughter, were present, but the children of the deceased are scattered so widely in distant states that none were present. He leaves a wife in Lee to mourn, who has the sympathy of the community.
May 26, 1865
UFFORD - Daniel Ufford, resident of Belcher in town of Lee, New York, instantly killed by lightening, Wednesday of last week
Ufford, Floretta A. Gue
February 11, 1873
In Lima, Pepin Co., Wisconsin, January 26, 1873, Floretta A., daughter of David and Lucina Gue, and wife of Gustavus Ufford, all former residents of Lee.
Ufford, Harriet Wentworth
August 19, 1914
Mrs. Harriet Ufford, for many years a resident of Lee, and for the last 23 years an inmate of the Masonic Home in Utica, died on Tuesday afternoon in that institution after a very short illness. She was in her 96th year and death was due to a sudden breaking down of the system. She was born in Lee 95 years ago the 10th of last June and all her life was spent there until going to Utica. She was nearly 50 years old when she married Charles Ufford. Her maiden name was Wentworth. Mr. Ufford died nearly 40 years ago and the widow remained in Lee until her advancing years necessitated some one looking after her. As she never had any children and having no near realitves a good home was provided (illegible) and her life there was a contented and happy one, despite the great afflication that came to her about 20 years ago when she lost her sight. She had been totally blind since.
Notwithstanding the loss of her sight she was able to do good sewing, mending and darning and took great pleasure in the use of her needles. Her memory and all her faculties except her sight remained almost perfect to the end and she was looked upon as one of the most remarkable women in the institution. Always in good spirits and with unusual ability for one of her years she was happy in doing for others and was greatly beloved by all who knew her and she kept abreast of the times and she knew of the things going on in the world through the kindness of those who had their sight. Mrs. Ufford is survived by two nephews, Mason N. Wentworth and Mr. N. B. Rockwell, all of this city. The remains will be interred in Evergreen Cemetery, Lee.
Underhill, Jemima Pease
October 12, 1877
Lee Center Notes - Through Western advices I learn that Mrs. Jemima, wife of Mr. Samuel Underhill of Seward, Illinois, died on the 22nd. Of September, of apoplexy, aged 65 years. Mrs. Underhill was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pease, and was born in Lee, was married in 1831, removed to Illinois in 1861, where they have a daughter, Mrs. Emily, wife of Dr. Tubbs, now living. She, years ago, united with the M. E. Church at Seward, and died in that faith in full hope of a glorious immortality beyond the grave. She leaves aged parents here, and a wide circle of friends to mourn her loss, and the bereaved husband and children have out sympathy.
Utley, Mrs. George
April 18, 1884
UTLEY - Lee Center, New York. Mrs. George Utley died at the residence of her son, Fillmore Utley, near Blossvale, at 10:30 o'clock Wednesdy night (April 16, 1884). A short funeral service will be held at the house at 10am Saturday, and at 1pm a funeral sermon will be preached at the Valley Church near her home in Lee.