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Lemuel Sackett, Mary Miller, and Mary Frances Sackett
Lemuel Sackett, Mary Miller, and Mary Frances Sackett
Lemuel Sackett
Died Jan 16 1882
Aged 77 yrs 2 mos 8 dys
Mary M Sackett
1807-1892
M. Frances Campbell
1828-1914 
 
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Lester P Bliss WWI Draft Registration Card
Lester P Bliss WWI Draft Registration Card
Age 43, DOB February 14 1875
Farmer
Ada Ester Bliss, wife
Height Tall
Build Slender
Blue Eyes
Brown Hair 
 
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Lester Philenzo Bliss
Lester Philenzo Bliss
 
 
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Lester Philenzo Bliss
Lester Philenzo Bliss
 
 
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Lester Philenzo Bliss Family
Lester Philenzo Bliss Family
Standing: Lester Kenneth Bliss Jr, Helen Louise Bliss
Sitting: Harlan Philenzo Bliss, Lester Philenzo Bliss, Ada Esther Fisher, Ruth Catherine Bliss 
 
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Lester Philenzo Bliss Family
Lester Philenzo Bliss Family
Lester Kenneth Bliss, Helen Louise Bliss, (Aunt) Marian Ella Virginia Fisher, Ruth Catherine Bliss 
 
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Lester Philenzo Bliss Obituary
Lester Philenzo Bliss Obituary
The Daily Messenger
Tuesday July 31, 1951
Page 3 Col 3

Deaths
Lester P Bliss
Lester P Bliss, 76, of Bliss Road, retired Canandaigua farmer, died in Thompson Hospital this morning, July 31, 1951, of a heart ailment following an operation. He had been hospitalized since July 18.

Son of Philenzo P and Kate Totman Bliss, he was born February 4, 1875, in Audrain County, Missouri, then unsettled country, but returned to Ontario County with his parents when a year old.

52 years ago in December he was married to Miss Ada FIsher, and they have resided in the town of Canandiagua 45 years. Mr. Bliss served as a Canandaigua tax collector for 12 years, was a Canandaigua Grange representative on soil conservation board at the time of his death, and was a member of the Congregational Church of Bristol Valley.

Besides his wife he leaves three sons and two daughters, L. Kenneth Bliss, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Elton G. Bliss, Peoria, Il, Harlan P Bliss, Mrs. John Purdy, and Mrs. Stuart Purdy, all Canandaigua, two sisters and a brother, Mrs. Mabel Henish, Bristol, Mrs. Alice Wilder, Cleveland, Oh, and Gooding Bliss, Naples, 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
 
 
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Lorenzo Purdy and Emma Ottley Headstone
Lorenzo Purdy and Emma Ottley Headstone
Purdy
Lorenzo H
1873-1962

Emma L.
1880-1967 
 
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Lydia Lucretia Hudson
Lydia Lucretia Hudson
 
 
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Mabel Janette Bliss
Mabel Janette Bliss
 
 
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Mabel Janette Bliss
Mabel Janette Bliss
 
 
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Macomb County Early Pioneers
Macomb County Early Pioneers
Lemuel Sackett
Born in Massachusetts in 1808, Lemuel Sackett moved to Clinton Township in 1829 where he cleared land to farm until his death in 1882.

http://www.ole.net/~maggie/macomb/pionpz.htm 
 
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Marian and Rex Fisher
Marian and Rex Fisher
Marian Ella Virginia Fisher and Rex Fisher, siblings 
 
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Marian Ella Virginia Fisher
Marian Ella Virginia Fisher
 
 
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Mark C Gourlay Children
Mark C Gourlay Children
Back: Orrene Relief Gourley, Howard Mark Gourlay, Bessie Jennie Gourley Front: Ethel Gourley 
 
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Marriage Record of Samuel Johnson and Nancy Godfrey
Marriage Record of Samuel Johnson and Nancy Godfrey
Marriage solemnised at Bellaghy in the Parish of Ballyscullion in the County of Londonderry

Samuel Johnston, Full age, Bachelor, Clerk, Resident of Magherafelt, Father's name Samuel Johnston, Farmer

Nancy Godfrey, Full age, Spinster, resident of Ballynease, Father's name Thomas Godfrey, Farmer

Pres. Church Bellaghy according to the form and discipline of the Presbyterian Church by Robert Templeton

Signed Samuel Johnston and Nancy Godfrey
in the presence of James Steele and Robert Johnston

Copied from the certified Copies of Entries of Marriage in the General Register Office, Dublin 9th day of December 1969 
 
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Martha Matilda Johnson
Martha Matilda Johnson
 
 
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Martha Matilda Johnson and James S Purdy
Martha Matilda Johnson and James S Purdy
 
 
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Martha Matilda Johnson and Sisters
Martha Matilda Johnson and Sisters
Martha Matilda Johnson, Martha's sister (?), Mary Jane Purdy, Martha's sister (?) 
 
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Martha Matilda Johnson Headstone
Martha Matilda Johnson Headstone
Matilda
His Wife
1862-1945 
 
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Mary Jane Purdy
Mary Jane Purdy
 
 
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Mary Jane Purdy Headstone
Mary Jane Purdy Headstone
Mary J Brooks
1860 - 1927 
 
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Mary Miller
Mary Miller
 
 
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Message from Harlan Morton Fisher
Message from Harlan Morton Fisher
Data concerning The Gooding Family, obtained by Harlan M Fisher for the purpose of arranging or compiling in such manner as to show to the present time the descendants of George Gooding and Deborah Walker and the relation of Gooding, Walker, adn Fisher-Phillips Families to each other. Data secured in 1915.

Feb 10 1916

If he fails to carry the work along to completion, take up the work and finish it. There will never be as much data secured by 1 person again. He has more clues and intends to follow them to a finish, but he has little aid in the word from some that of right ought, it seems, to be thoroughly interested. The work is for Posterity not for $.  
 
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Nancy Godfrey Death Notice
Nancy Godfrey Death Notice
18 April 1913

DIED At Farmington, April 15, Mrs. Nancy Johnson, aged 85 years.

http://ontario.nygenweb.net/ocjmarriagedeath49.htm 
 
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Nancy Godfrey Death Verification
Nancy Godfrey Death Verification
Nancy Johnson
Date of death: April 15 1913
Farmington New York
Female
Widowed
85 years 2 months
Housekeeper
Birthplace: Ireland
Father's name: Thomas Godfrey, Ireland
Mother's maiden name: Mary Sampson, Ireland
Cause of Death: Fracture of hip (injury from being thrown from wagon)
Interval between onset and death: 14 days
Medical attendance: F.P Warner
Place of Burial: Canandaigua, NY
Registered in Town of Farmington, Ontario NY
26 July 1993 
 
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Nancy Godfrey Obituary
Nancy Godfrey Obituary
From Ontario County Journal 18 April 1913The death of Mrs. Nancy Johnson, aged 85 years, occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Magary, on Tuesday evening. She is survived by four daughters and two sons, Mrs. Magary and Mrs. E. J. Bloomfield of Farmington, Thomas, John, Mary and Mrs. James Purdy of Canandaigua. Rev. Guy L. Morrill will officiate at the funeral services this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.

http://ontario.nygenweb.net/JotoJohobituaries.htm 
 
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Orrin Outhouse
Orrin Outhouse
 
 
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Philenzo Payne Bliss and Catherine Louise Totman
Philenzo Payne Bliss and Catherine Louise Totman
 
 
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Philenzo Payne Bliss Family
Philenzo Payne Bliss Family
Back: Winifred Catherine Bliss (daughter), Lester Philenzo Bliss (son), Irene Carolyn Bliss (daughter), Gooding Herbert Bliss (son)

Middle: “Harry” Hendry Ward Bliss, Catherine Louise Totman (wife), Philenzo Payne Bliss Jr (husband), Edith Sophia Bliss (daughter)

Front: Alice Cary Bliss (daughter), Mabel Janette Bliss (daughter) 
 
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Philenzo Payne Bliss Jr
Philenzo Payne Bliss Jr
 
 
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Philenzo Payne Bliss Jr
Philenzo Payne Bliss Jr
 
 
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Philenzo Payne Bliss Jr and Catherine Louise Totman Headstone
Philenzo Payne Bliss Jr and Catherine Louise Totman Headstone
Philenzo P 1839- 1923
Catherine L Totman His wife 1839-1921 
 
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Philenzo Payne Bliss Jr Sketch
Philenzo Payne Bliss Jr Sketch
From the HISTORY OF ONTARIO COUNTY; compiled by Lewis Cass Aldrich; edited by George S. Conover; 1893;

Philenzo P. Bliss, Bristol, was born in Kankakee county, Ill., June 16, 1839. He is a son of Philenzo P. Bliss, whose father was James Bliss, of Genesee county, N. Y., where he spent most of his life. He died in Illinois in 1839. Philenzo P. Bliss, father of subject, was born in Genesee county, October 22, 1813, and died in Kankakee county, Ill., August 30 1839. He went to Illinois when a young man, and married Caroline A. Gooding, who was born October 10, 1816, in Bristol, a daughter of James Gooding, who was born in Bristol, July 6, 1791. He was the third male white child born in the town of Bristol; his father was James Gooding, one of the pioneers of the county. The subject of this sketch was reared on a farm, and educated in Rockford Academy. He married Catherine L. Totman, of Bristol, born in Jefferson county, N. Y., September 21, 1839. Her father, Ward Totman, removed from Jefferson county to Bristol in 1840. Mr. Bliss and wife have had the following children: Irene C., Winifred K., Henry W., Mabel J., Edith S., Alice C., Lester P., Gooding H., and Esther (deceased). He removed to Bristol in 1876, and in 1882 he purchased the farm on which he now resides. He is a Republican, and is a member of the Farmer's Alliance of Bristol. He and his wife are members of the Congregational church of that place.

http://ontario.nygenweb.net/BLtoBZsurnamefamilysketch.htm 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Purdy Farm
Purdy Farm
 
 
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Purdy Farm
Purdy Farm
 
 
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Purdy Farm
Purdy Farm
 
 
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Purdy Men
Purdy Men
Back: Richard Purdy and James S Purdy, and Lorenzo Hathaway Purdy
Front: Unknown 
 
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Rex Phillips Fisher
Rex Phillips Fisher
 
 
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Richard Purdy
Richard Purdy
 
 
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Richard Purdy Civil War Registration
Richard Purdy Civil War Registration
Purdy, Richard
Age 39, White, Farmer, Ireland 
 
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Richard Purdy Family Sketch
Richard Purdy Family Sketch
From the HISTORY OF ONTARIO COUNTY; compiled by Lewis Cass Aldrich; edited by George S. Conover; 1893;

Richard Purdy, Canandaigua, was born in Ireland May 12, 1819, and came to this country in 1846. He first located in Farmington where he lived four years with Isaac Hathaway, then went to Canandaigua, spending eleven years with Mrs. Jackson. In 1861 he bought a farm in Penfield, Monroe county, where he spent five years and then bought his present farm, consisting of 123 acres with a beautiful residence. He has never taken an active interest in politics. He married, in 1859, Anna, daughter of Guy McGowan, a native of Scotland. Mr. and Mrs. Purdy have seven children. Mary J., widow of Henry F. Brooks,resides with her son, Henry F., at home; her oldest son, George E., lives with his grandfather, Henry Brooks. James and William are farmers and live on a farm of 147 acres joining their father's. James married a Miss Matilda Johnson in 1888. John E., a farmer, lives at home; George R., a postal clerk, runs from Syracuse to New York; Lorenzo H., is a student at Canandaigua Academy. Ellsworth is at home, a school boy.

http://ontario.nygenweb.net/Psurnamefamilysketch2.htm 
 
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Richard Purdy Headstone
Richard Purdy Headstone
Richard Purdy
1820 - 1908 
 
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Robert Lemuel Sackett
Robert Lemuel Sackett
Notes for Prof. Robert Lemuel Sackett:

He graduated from the Mount Clemens High School; taught school for a year and then went to the University of Michigan, and graduated from the engineering course in 1891. Immediately thereafter he took a position with the U. S. Government on river and harbor surveying. Later he resigned and accepted an appointment as Professor of Mathematics at Earlham College, and there developed the department of civil engineering, of which he was made head. He resigned this position and was elected Professor of Sanitary Engineering and Hydraulics at Pardue[sic]* University, Lafayette, Ind. He took his Master's degree at University of Michigan in 1896. Has made special investigations for the U. S. Geological Survey, and is consulting engineer to the Indiana State Board of Health, and to several hospital commissions. His special work is designing of sewage disposal works and water supply engineering. [Weygant, p. 412]
*Purdue

La Vie; The Annual Publication of the Senior Class of the Pennsylvania State College; Fiftieth Volume; State College, Pennsylvania; 1937; Page 8; Dedication

Robert L. Sackett is one of Penn State's truly great men. His work at Penn State in educational and recreational activities has given him many national honors and much fame. His reputation as a leader in education and athletic guidance is nation-wide. The responsivilities which the nation has placed upon him have been well fulfilled as evidenced by the many honors given him during recent years.

As Dean of the School of Engineering for many years he has gained the respect and admiration of many generations of Penn State men. He has taught them well. They remember his long, patient hours of help with problems during undergraduate days, and constantly return to him for advice.

His work in education does not tell all, because he has served for many years as a leader of various committees on athletics at Penn State. The honor and quality of Penn State sports have been greatly advanced by his guidance.

Dean Sackett has become a part of Penn State, and the class of 1937 desires to express its admiration by dedicating this fiftieth volume of La Vie to Robert L. Sackett, who has displayed his Penn State Spirit through long years of constant work with the educational and recreational life of thousands of students 
 
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Robert Lemuel Sackett, Emily Lucinda Cole, and Lemuel Miller Sackett
Robert Lemuel Sackett, Emily Lucinda Cole, and Lemuel Miller Sackett
 
 
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Russell Belden Goodwin
Russell Belden Goodwin
 
 
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Ruth Catherine Bliss and Helen Louise Bliss
Ruth Catherine Bliss and Helen Louise Bliss
 
 
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Ruth Catherine Bliss and Helen Louise Bliss
Ruth Catherine Bliss and Helen Louise Bliss
 
 
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Sackett Men
Sackett Men
Someone else has this photo and identified the man on the far right as Lemuel Miller Sackett.
Left to right: ?, Robert Lemuel Sackett, Ralph Lemuel Sackett, Lemuel Miller Sackett 
 

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