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Valentine, Albert J.
March 17, 1958
Point Rock - Word has been received here of the death on Saturday at his home in Syracuse of Albert J. Valentine, 51, of 206 Clifton Place.
Mr. Valentine, a World War II veteran, was the husband of the former Irene Crispin of this place. The couple spent part of their summers at their home here.
Surviving in addtion to his wife are two brothers, Frederick and Joseph, and a sister, Miss Dora Valentine.
January 8, 1897
Lee Center - Harmon Vedder, who had a shock a short time ago, died Wednesday morning, aged 73 years. He is survivied by his widow and two children, Mrs. M. Pfluke of Rochester and Frank of Lee
July 11, 1893
Lee Center - Clinton Vizor, son of William Vizor, shot himself at the village of Redfield on July 4. He lived about 2 hours after the deed was done. He was 19 years old and was well known in this place. The funeral was held in the M. E. Church on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. W. J. Hancock officiating, assisted by Rev. George Merritt of Taberg. The interment was made in Sand Flats Cemetery.
Vizor, William J.
March 2, 1912
William J. Vizor dropped dead on Thursday at the dinner table at the home of his son, William W. Vizor, of Providence, RI, with whom he was staying. He was born in the town of Lee, 2-1/2 miles east of Lee Center, on Jan. 19, 1843, and lived there until about 15 years ago when he came to Rome. He also lived in Bouckville and other places here about before going to Providence. His body will be brought here and funeral services will be held at 2 pm Tuesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas P. Williams, 806 W. Liberty Street. Interment will be made in Evergreen Cemetery, Stokes. Besides his widow, Mr. Vizor is survived by five children, William W. & Ether Vizor of Providence, RI, Mrs. M. A. Shaughnessy of Memphis, Tenn, Mrs. T. B. Williams and Joel Vizor of Rome, also one brother, Joel Vizor of New Hartford, and one sister, Mrs. Lydia V. Wells of Oneida.
Vizor, William S.
March 28, 1894
Stokes - William S. Vizor died on Tuesday, aged 87 years.
November 21, 1871
DIED: Vroman - At the residence of his son-in-law, Christian P. Bork, in Lee, on Sunday, Nov. 19, 1871, Rudolph Vroman, aged 82 yrs 9 mos 14 dys. Deceased was one of the oldest residents of the town of Lee having lived there upwards of fifty years. He reared a large family of children among whom are John Vroman of Rome, Jacob Vroman of Lee and three sons now in Minnesota. His funeral will take place today at the house of C. Bork.
October 2, 1903
John Vroman, of 414 West Court Street, died Wednesday evening after having been confined to his bed for three weeks. He had been in failing health all summer. Mr. Vroman was born in the town of Lee and was 81 years old last Friday. He lived on his father's farm there until he married 57 years ago, when he purchased a farm on the State Road, in the town of Rome, and there he lived until he moved into the city 29 years ago, into the house where he died. Mr. Vroman was a man who had a wide acquaintance and all who knew him respected him, Besides his wife he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. S. B. Hall of Rochester, Minn., who was with her father at the time of his death, and Mrs. T. H. Betts of this city, also one brother, Chauncey Vroman of Rochester, Minn. and six grandchildren.
December 23, 1887
John W. Vroman of this city has received intelligence from Rochester, Minn. of the death in that city of his brother, Jacob Vroman, formerly of Rome. The deceased was born in the town of Lee, in this county, and resided there until a few years ago, when he removed to Minnesota. About three years ago he removed his family to this city, and remained here for some time. A little over a year ago they went to Minnesota again. The deceased leaves his wife, a son, Eugene Vroman of Dakota, and two daughters, Mrs. George Spink of Lee and Miss Belle Vroman of Rochester, Minn., also three brothers, Chauncey and Rudolph Vroman of the latter place, and John W. Vroman of this city.
Vroman, William H.
September 26, 1876
DIED: At Decatur, Ill, Sept. 13, 1876, of typhoid pneumonia, William H. Vroman, aged 50 yrs 11 mos 1 dy. He was formerly a resident of Lee and was a honored and respected citizen. He leaves a wife and three children.
February 24, 1893
Rudolph Vroman, a native and long resident of the town of Lee, died in Rochester, Minn. last Friday, aged 62 years. Thirty-eight years ago he removed to Rochester. He leaves two brothers, John of Rome and Chauncy of Rochester, Minn.
Vroman, Christiana S.
November 1, 1870
DIED: Vroman - In Rome, on Monday, Oct. 24, 1870, at the house of John Vroman, Christiana S. Vroman, aged 71 yrs 5 mos.
Vroman, Chloe Perry
December 2, 1878
Lee Centre - Mrs. Chloe Vroman, wife of the late William Vroman, formerly of this town, and a daughter of the late Robert Perry, died of consumption at Decatur, Ill. recently.
Vroman, Sarah Savery
May 28, 1908
Friends here have received word of the death in Mound City, SD of Mrs. Sarah Savery, wife of Eugene Vroman, formerly a resident of this section, leaving for the West about 30 years ago. Mrs. Vroman was about 55 years old and a daughter of the late Henry Savery of Quaker Hill and a sister of Mrs. Arabelle Graves of West Branch.