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Note for:   Julia Ann Patrick,   18 Aug 1845 - 18 Jul 1920         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Highland Cemetery, Sidney Center, Delaware, NY


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Note for:   Orson Jay Patrick,   16 May 1847 - 17 Dec 1914         Index

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      THROUGH THE YEARS (TTY):
        1880 Federal census lists Orsen as page 13 dwelling 124 family 135 in Sidney, Delaware, NY.
        p143: "Nov. 29, 1883 (WWC)-O. Patrick (Orson or Orsen?) has engaged rooms in the basement of Gerowe and Whitman's store and will open a meat market."
        p144: "April 25, 1885 (WR)-George E. Manzer has sold his interest in the Central Market to his partner, O.J. Patrick, who will continue the business."
        p144: "Sept. 26, 1885 (WR)-O.J. Patrick has sold his interest in the meat market to his partner, Jay Benedict."
        p144: "Jan. 23, 1886 (WR)-O.J. Patrick has bought the interest of E.J. Benedict in the meat market."
        p145-6: "Nov. 23, 1889 (WR)-O.J. Patrick has leased George Huyck's building, formerly used as a harness shop, and will open a meat market and grocery and provisions store."



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Note for:   John A. Youngs,   1872 -          Index

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     John died in infancy and is buried next to brother Leslie and parents.



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Note for:   Leslie O. Youngs,   1874 -          Index

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     Leslie died in infancy and is buried next to brother John and parents.



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Note for:   Olin Lavelle Benedict,   12 Aug 1867 -          Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Highland Cemetery, Sidney Center, Delaware, NY


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Note for:   G.W. Goodrich,   Jan 1835 - 30 Aug 1889         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Highland Cemetery, Sidney Center, Delaware, NY


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Note for:   Hattie Alberta Williams,   25 Nov 1877 - 2 Oct 1976         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla, OR

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      OBITUARY - MILTON-FREEWATER: Hattie A. Beardsley, 98, Route 3, Milton-Freewater, died Saturday at Elzora Manor in Milton-Freewater. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Munselle-Rhodes Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Edward Morrison, Pastor of the Wesley Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Milton-Freewater Cemetery. Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to the Wesley Methodist Church memorial fund through Munselle-Rhodes Funeral Home. Mrs. Beardsley was born Nov 25, in Cole Camp, Mo. and came to this valley with her father, Lafayette Williams, at an early age. She married Lewis T. Beardsley in Walla Walla Dec. 25, 1910. He died Nov 12, 1944. She has been in ill health for a number of years and a resident in a nursing home for seven years. She is survived by her daughter, Gwendolen Ring, Pendleton; three grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.



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Note for:   Gwendolen Theodora Beardsley,   26 Nov 1913 - 11 Oct 1991         Index

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      The class of 1931 announces the commencement exercises McLoughlin Union High School, Thursday, May 21st, 8:15 p.m.
        WEDDING: Newspaper wedding announcement on March 21, 1943 said: "Miss Gwen Beardsley became the bride of Pvt. Francis Peter Ring Sunday at 2:00 o'clock at the home of Judge Timothy A. Paul in Walla Walla. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson. "The bride was attired in soldier blue with red accessories and a red carnation corsage. Mrs. Wilson wore navy blue with old rose and her flowers were cream and rose carnations. Mrs. Ring has taught school in this locality several years, while Mr. Ring was a telegraph operator for the Union Pacific railway before being inducted into the army. He is now stationed at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, and is in the Engineers' division. Fourteen persons honored Mr. and Mrs. Ring with a surprise party Monday night. The evening began with a charivari, after which a social time was enjoyed. At eleven, a buffet supper was served from a table decorated with pink and white sweet peas. A white wedding cake was presented by the bride's mother. A guest of honor was Francis Leroy Walden, who is home on furlough after serving his country on foreign soil."
        In January of 1960, Gwendolen lived at R.1 Box 148A, Hermiston, OR.