Jeanne Marie (Saxbury) Scranton – 1940-1997

February 14th, 2009 by Barbara

Town of Corning (New York) Unknown Burials

SCRANTON, Jeanne Marie , Spouse of  Jack R. Scranton, Sr. , Born  1940 , Died  1997   d/o Jesse Jellison Sr & Fannie Saxbury

Source: http://www.paintedhills.org/STEUBEN/CorningUnknown.html

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Karen R. (Edwards) Saxburry – 2005

February 14th, 2009 by Barbara

St. Louis Obituary Index 2005 S – Z
This index of names was obtained from the Death Notice listing and Obituaries in the St Louis Post Dispatch.

Saxburry, Karen R. (nee Edwards) 8/28 pC10

Source: http://www.slpl.lib.mo.us/libsrc/obit2005c.htm

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Ella M. Saxbury – 1996

February 14th, 2009 by Barbara

This index of names was ….. found in the St. Louis Post Dispatch.
St. Louis Obituary Index 1996

SAXBURY, ELLA M. (nee Mc Kean) 9/29

Note: Need to search again for this obituary. Unable to find it on the first search of this microfilmed newspaper.

Source: http://www.slpl.lib.mo.us/libsrc/obit96c.htm

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Nancy L. (Berger) Saxbury – 1959-2008

February 14th, 2009 by Barbara

Nancy L. (Berger) Saxbury

Nancy L. (Berger) Saxbury, a Grand Island resident, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008. She was the wife of Mickey J. Saxbury; the mother of Jessica and Louie McIntyre, Nicole and Steven Saxbury; the grandmother of Anthony Reitler; the sister of Eric (Sue) and Dale (Lynn) Berger; the aunt of Tori, Kyle, John and April; and the daughter of the late William and Doris Berger.

Visitation will be held Saturday, Feb. 2, from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Kaiser Funeral Home, 1950 Whitehaven Road. A brief prayer service will take place there at 8:45 p.m. on Saturday.

Memorials may be made to the SPCA.

Source: http://www.wnypapers.com/obituaries/obits-2008-01.htm#020108_02

and: http://www.isledegrande.com/deaths/deaths2008.htm

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Social Security Death Index
Name: Nancy L. Saxbury
Date of Birth: Tuesday December 22, 1959
Date of Death: Tuesday January 29, 2008
Est. Age at death: 48 years, 1 months, 7 days
State of Issue: New York
Number: 096-50-9467

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Robert J. Saxbury

February 14th, 2009 by Barbara

U.S.S. Allen M. Sumner DD-692
1949 – 1950

Enlisted
ENFA Robert J. Saxbury

Source: http://www.dd-692.com/crew4950.htm

U.S.S. Allen M. Sumner DD-692
Alpha Crew Muster

Rank or Rate / Name / Years Aboard

ENFA Robert J. Saxbury 1949

Source: http://www.dd-692.com/alpha.htm

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Jackson County (Oregon) Obituary Indexes

February 14th, 2009 by Barbara
Name Date Vol Page
SAXBURY, DAVID L. SONNY 1998 32 74
SAXBURY, WILLIAM FREDERICK 1998 32 357, 360

Source: http://www.rvgslibrary.org/Obituaries/Obit4(1990-1999)/obit4S.html

SAXBURY, MARY JO 2002 36 406, 411, 414
SAXBURY, STELLA MAE 2001 35 209

Source: http://www.rvgslibrary.org/Obituaries/Obit5(2000-2002)/obit5S.html

and: http://www.rvgslibrary.org/Obituaries.html

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Robert Melvin Saxbury – 1961 – 2009

February 14th, 2009 by Barbara

Robert M. Saxbury, Jr., age 47, of Beaver Dams, NY died unexpectedly on Friday, January 16, 2009 in Florence, South Carolina.

Born in Corning, NY on September 25, 1961, Bob was the son of Robert and Janet (Hilligus) Saxbury, Sr. He married Amy Osatchuck in 1987 in Hornby, NY. He loved to spend time with his family and friends for cookouts and card games. His great passion and whole life revolved around driving his eighteen-wheeler over the road. His traveling companions were Cain” and “Missy, his lovable pets.

He leaves behind his wife, Amy; two sons, Eric Saxbury of Corning, and Steven Saxbury of Beaver Dams; parents, Robert and Janet Saxbury of Corning; one brother, Dennis (Lisa) Saxbury of Addison; six sisters, Phyllis (Robert) Bixby of Campbell, Jeanette (Dave Smith) Saxbury Painted Post, Amy (Gina) Saxbury of Bath, Bea (Duane Wilson) Saxbury of Corning, Florence Saxbury of Corning, and Heidi (Butch Scuteri) Saxbury of Corning; mother-in-law, Nancy Osatchuck of Corning; two brothers-in-law, Doug (Betty) Osatchuck and Peter (Deb Allen) Osatchuck; a sister-in-law, Brenda (Scott Ayers) Kolbe; several nieces, nephews, aunt, uncles, and cousins.

Friends may call on Monday, January 26, 2009 from 1 until 3 PM at Phillips Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 17 W. Pulteney Street in Corning where funeral services will follow the calling hours at 3:00 PM. A reception for family and friends will take place at Grace Lee Weslyan Church, Rte 414 Beaver Dams after the services.

Source: http://phillipsfuneralhome.com/?p=obituary_view&id=59569

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George Elihu Kinnamon – 1856-1923

January 14th, 2009 by Barbara

(b 02/08/1856-d 08/22/1923) Nebo Banner, Nebo, IL, 1923 08 27 p6 c1

George Elihu Kinnamon prominent farmer and land owner of Pleasant Hill township passed away at his home near Nebo, Ill. Wednesday Aug. 22 failing at 2:30 p.m. after an illness of several weeks. He had been failing in health for a year past but was not, considered in a serious condition until three weeks before his death.

Deceased was born in Harrisonville, Mo. Feb. 8. 1856. His mother died from exposure taking care of the farm while the father was in army leaving him and his two small sisters alone in the house for several days before they were discovered by neighbors. He was adopted by a neighbor named Wm. Hutton who later came to Pike County and settled near Nebo where he grew to manhood.

In Mar. 1877 he was married to Martha Wilson daughter of Austin Wilson one of the pioneers of the county. Four children were born to this union Cleon who lives on the adjoining farm, Ida who became the wife of Alva Pearson, Nelle who married Luther Armentrout and Claud who died when a child. Mrs. Kinnamon passed away Feb. 22, 1900. She was soon followed by the two daughters this leaving only the father and Cleon. Mr. Kinnamon was married the second time to Mrs. Anna Sitton Mason in 1902 who died in Jan. 1915. On May ?th 1916 he was again united in marriage to Mrs. ???? Underwood of Pittsfield, Ill. who survives him. He also leaves to mourn their loss one son Cleon, Leavenworth, Kans.

Funeral services were held at the Christian Church at Pittsfield, he being a member of that body at Nebo ???? early manhood. ??Reaves ??????????????????????? Mrs. Clyde ???? and Mrs. C. P. Steinmerz sang “He sleeps in the valley sweetly sleeps.” Miss Vida Neighbert sang “Shadows”, Mr. Ralph W. P?th??? sang “There will be no burdens over yonder”. Burial was in West Cemetery, Pittsfield.

“A good man has gone to his reward” “For me to live is christ to die is gain.”

CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank the friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness and their sympathy in our late bereavement in the loss of our husband and father. We wish also to thank those who sent so many lovely flowers
-Mrs. G. E. Kinnamon
Cleon Kinnamon and family.

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John Saxberry c. 1724

December 18th, 2008 by Barbara

“The Burghers of New Amsterdam and The Freemen of New York”, 1675 – 1866

Collections of the New York Historical Society for the year 1885

Freemen made in the Fourth Year of the Mayorality of Robert Walter Esq., and in the Fifth Year of his Mayorality.

1724     July 14th    John Saxberry, Joyner, R[egistered]

Source:

Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year …

By New-York Historical Society

Published by Printed for the Society, 1886

Item notes: v.18 (1885)

Original from the University of California

Digitized Aug 8, 2007

http://books.google.com/books?id=nSM8AAAAIAAJ&client=internal-uds

Define: Freemen. A man who was free of trade taxes and who shared in the profits of the borough in which he lived and traded, or, a tenant who was free of feudal service, and/or, a man who had served his apprenticeship and who could then work at his trade in his own right.

Define: Joyner. Carpenter

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Edson Saxberry House bill No. 6193

December 17th, 2008 by Barbara

EXECUTIVE MANSION, August 10, 1888

To the House of Representatives:

I return without approval House bill No. 6193, entitled “An act for the relief of Edson Saxberry.”

The beneficiary named in this bill filed a declaration for a pension in 1879, alleging that in 1863 he bruised his leg, which became very sore, and when it began to heal his eyes became sore.

The evidence taken upon a careful examination of this application seems to establish, by the admission of the applicant and by other evidence, the correctness of the position taken by the Pension Bureau in rejecting the claim, that whatever disability was incurred existed before enlistment and was in no manner attributable to military service.

GROVER CLEVELAND

Source:

Page 707

A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents 1789-1897

Published by , 1898

http://books.google.com/books?id=WZFOwapcHL4C&client=internal-uds

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