Miscellaneous New York Obituaries

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LUSS - In Springville, April 10, 1942, Frederick L. LUSS, husband of the late Ella ALDROW LUSS; father of Arthur LUSS of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Clayton and Claude LUSS of Springville.  Prayer was held from his late home, 61 1/2 Buffalo Street, at 2:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon and funeral services were held from the Salem Lutheran Church at 2:30.  Interment at Maplewood Cemetery, Springville. Rev. Daniel J. KNUEPPEL officiated.

LUSS-At Savannah, Georgia, March 26, 1941, Ella ALDROW LUSS, wife of Frederick L. LUSS; mother of Arthur J. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Claude F. and Clayton J. of Springville. Prayer was held from the family residence and funeral services were held from the Salem Lutheran Church.  Burial at Maplewod Cemetery, Springville.  Rev. John NEEB officiating.

Mrs. Ella LUSS, wife of Frederick L. LUSS, Buffalo street, Springville, died Wednesday evening, March 26, in Savannah, Georgia, while returning with her husband from Florida where they spent part of the winter.
Mrs. LUSS, daughter of the late John ALDROW and his wife Mary, nee WILKINS, was born on the 18th day of March, 1874, at West Valley.  On the 7th day of March, 1893, she was united in marriage to Frederick L. LUSS of West Valley.  The Rev. W. HANEWINKEL, pastor of St. Peter's Lutheran Church of Plato, performed the ceremony.  After their marriage they lived 30 years on a farm near West Valley. In 1923 they made Springville their home.
Mrs. LUSS was a kind and devoted wife, a loving mother, with a kind and charitable disposition.  She was dearly loved by all who knew her.  Her departure will leave a vacancy in the community that will be keenly felt.  She had been an active and life-long member of the Lutheran Church and took much interest in the activities of the Ladies Aid Society of which she was a member.
The many beautiful floral pieces and the large crowd in attendance showed in what esteem Mrs. LUSS was held.
Those surving to mourn her death are her husband, three sons, Arthur J. of Pittsburgh, Pa., Claude and Clayton LUSS of Springvile, one brother, William ALDROWof West Valley; three sisters, Loleta, wife of Henry HINTZ, Emma, wife of John WULFF of Springville, and Clara, wife of August HINTZ of Ellicottville, her aged mother, Mrs. Henrietta ALDROW of Springvile, also four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sunday afternon at the family residnce on Buffalo street at 2:00 o'clock, and from the Lutheran Church at 2:30, Rev. J. NEEB officiating.
She was laid at rest in Maplewood Cemetery, Springville.


Adam C. BISHOP of Marilla died Jan. 25, 2002.  He was the father of Ashley and Chelsie, son of Larry and Sandra BISHOP, brother of Jeffrey (Susan) BISHOP and Dawn CERMAK, uncle of Ryan and Mackenzie BISHOP, and grandson of Franklin and Margaret (BISHOP) BORSCHEL.
Funeral services at St. Nicodemus Church, Marilla were private with interment in Marilla Cemetery.  Arrangements by Curtin Funeral Home, Inc., West Seneca.


ELDERMAYER - Louis ELDERMAYER, suddenly, at Gardenville, N.Y., July 28, 1941, beloved husband of Lena C. ELDERMAYER (nee KELLER); father of Mrs. Earl EVENDEN and Raymond L. ELDERMAYER.  Funeral from his home, 2125 Union Road, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.  Friends are invited.  Deceased was a member of W.S.S. and .A.A. and Union Fire Company.
Rites to Be Held Tomorrow for School Custodian
Funeral services will be held in the home, 2125 Union Rd., Gardenville, at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon for Louis ELDERMAYER, 73, for the last 18 years custodian at Gardenville High School, who died late Monday.  Burial will be in St. Matthew's Cemetery, Gardenville.
Mr. ELDERMAYER was known to the thousands of children who have gone through the school.  He leaves his wife, the former Lena C. KELLER, and two children, Raymond L. ELDERMAYER and Mrs. Earl EVENDEN.  He was a member of the Union Fire Company in Gardenville and of the West Seneca Sick & Accident Association.
*Transcriber's Note - It is believed that the family name was originally EDELMAYER and that the family was French. 

HEUKRATH - Conrad H.A., suddenly in Buffalo, N.Y., July 27, 1941, of Glendale, L.I., beloved husband of Rebecca COSGROVE; father of Bruce HEUKRATH, Mrs. Norman SCHROK and George DICKENSON; brother of Oscar and Fred HEUKRATH.  Remains may be viewed at the family home, 256 Stanton street, until 4 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral services Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the H.C. EHLERS Company Funeral Home, 39 West Fourth Street, Dunkirk, N.Y.  Burial in Forest Hill Cemetery, Fredonia, N.Y.  Deceased was a member of Lithographers Union, Local No. 1.  ? City, Glendale, L.I. and Dunkirk, N.Y. papers please copy. 

FEASLEY - Anna M., July 18, 1941, wife of the late Henry W. FEASLEY; beloved mother of Mrs. Harduin SCHULZE, Mrs. Norma TROST, Mrs. Walter ROGGON, Mrs. Vincent SMITH and the late Olin H. and Willard M.  Funeral from her late home, 18 Onondaga Avnue (end of Dundee Street), Thursday at 2:30 p.m. and from Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, Abbott Road and Salem, at 3 o'clock.  Friends invited.

CRIST - Alvin J. CRIST, July 28, 1941, husband of Bettie HARDING; father of Mrs. R.P. LAVERY.  Funeral from the Buffalo Crematory Chapel, 901 West Delavan Avenue, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Friends may call at the O'GORMAN Funeral Home, 2554 Main Street, until Wednesday noon.

BUTLER - In this city, July 28, 1941, Charles B., husband of the late Sarah TURNER BUTLER; father of Mrs. Elmer SWART, Alfred C., Harold T., George E. and Arthur E. BUTLER; brother of Mrs. William GODFREY and Rebecca BUTLER. Funeral services from the Forest Lawn Chapel, Thursday afternon at 2:30 o'clock.  Friends may call at the family residence, 98 Riley Street, until Thursday noon.  Deceased was a charter member of Crescent Lodge No. 55? I.O.O.F., under whose auspices services will be held.  Members please assemble at Forest Lawn Chapel at 2:30 o'clock.

BROWNSON - W. Stuart BROWNSON, suddenly, July 28, 1941, son of Janet ant the late Burns BROWNSON, brother of Kenneth, James and Le' Noir BROWNSON.  Funeral from the family residence, 88 Austin Street, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.  Friends invited.  Batavia, N.Y. papers please copy.

BROWN - July 28, 1941, David, of 1?0 East Tupper Street, husband of Lillian; brother of the late Edward and John BROWN.  Funeral from the Thomas V. RAY Funeral Home, 465 Franklin Street, Wednesday morning at 8:30 and from St. Michael's Church at 9 o'clock.  Friends are invited to attend.

BARTLETT - Mary E., July 27, 1941, of Ripley, N.Y., daughter of the late Marquis and Fanny BARTLETT; sister of Lucias E. BARTLETT.  Services Tuesday at 3 o'clock at Forest Lawn Chapel.

BIALKE - Julia, July 28, 1941, beloved wife of Alexander (nee KREIGER); mother of Mrs. Clarence NOLL and the late Mrs. Agnes STAEBELLand Mrs. Mary KLES?R.  Funeral from the family residence, 47 Bardol Street, Thursday morning at 8:30 and from St. Mary Magdalene Church at 9 o'clock.  Friends are invited.  Deceased was a member of the Christian Mothers Society.

SCHERRER - In this city, April 10, 1942, Carrie, beloved wife of the late William, (nee GABEL); mother of Mrs. L.J. McCARTHY, Allen, Godon, and Gertrude; sister of Mrs. Kate SLOCUM, Mrs. Sophia LaFORGE of Port Huron, Mich.  Funeral from the family residence, 918 Prospect Avenue, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock   Friends invited to attend.

Last Rites Held For Philip BOMMER
Funeral services for Philip BOMMER, retired wholesale paper salesman, were held yesterday at St. Mark's Church.  Mr. BOMMER, 79, died Tuesday after a short illness.
Mr. BOMMER, who resided at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. Keith BAILLIE, 51 Russell Avenue, lost his sight about ten years ago and then regained part of it through a major operation.  For many years he was active in fraternal organizations.
Surviving besides Mrs. BAILLIE are two brothers, Ferdinand J. and William J. BOMMER; three sisters, Miss Louise and Miss Emma BOMMER and Mrs. Frederick J. SCHAEFER, and a granddaughter, Marie BAILLIE.

RYAN - April 10, 1942, Anna, formerly of 109 Mariner Street, daughter of the late John and Ann MacDONNELL RYAN; sister of James, the late Mrs. John D. YOUNG, John J., Mathias, Martin P. and Michael J. RYAN.  Funeral from the residence of her niece, Mrs. Peter J. SENN, 567 Highgate Avenue, Monday moring at 8:15 and at St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church at 9 o'clock.  Friends are invited. 

REESE - Inez BROCK REESE, in Buffalo, N.Y. April 9, 1942, wife of the late Wright H. REESE; mother of Mrs. Frederick ADAMS, Mrs. Vincent O'BRIEN, of Batavia, N.Y., S. Robert REESE of Canadian Army; grandmother of Constance O'BRIEN of Rochester, N.Y.  Funeral from the family residence, 191 Dearborn Street, Sunday at 2 p.m.  Friends are invited.  Burial at Pavilion, N.Y.

MICHAEL - Jacob J. MICHAEL of 133 Geary Street, suddenly, April 9, 1942, husband of Carrie RUSS MICHAEL; father of Raymond G. MICHAEL and Mrs. Seiden P. DAILY.  Funeral from Loomis, Offers & Loomis Funeral Home, 1820 Seneca Street, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.  Friends are invited to attend.  Deceased was a member of Fidelity Lodge No. 550, I.O.O.F.; Faith Rebekah Lodge No. 162, I.O.O.F., and Electric City Division No. 382, B. of L.E.

McCLINCY - Curtis S. McCLINCY, in this city, April 9, 1942, husband of M. Blanche McCLINCY.  Funeral from John C. McGinnis' Funeral Home, 274 East Utica Street, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.  Friends are invited.

BUFFALO EVENING NEWS, Buffalo, Erie Co,, NY, Fri., May 17, 1918

YUCKSTOCK-In this city, May 14, 1918, Augusta, beloved wife of Charles and sister of Mrs. Wm. JERGE and Mrs. August HAMEISTER, aged 63 years, 3 months,12 days.  Funeral from the family residence, No. 215 Strauss street, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock and from the Reformed Salems church on Sherman street, at 2:30 o'clock.  Friends invited to attend,  Deceased was a member of the Ladies Aid Society of Salems church.