Miscellaneous New York Obituaries

First Name:
Last Name:
SHUMACHER - At Pleasant View Drive, Lancaster, N.Y., March 1, 1936, Mary (nee KLEHS), beloved wife of August; mother of John, Fred and Elizabeth; sister of Mrs. Anna PAPLOW of Buffalo, Carrie SHUMACHER of Clarence, N.Y., and Kathrine ELFIELD of Buffalo.  Funeral from the family residence, Pleasant View Drive, Lancaster, N.Y., Wednesday at 2 o'clock.  Friends invited to attend.
*Note:  I believe her maiden name was actually KLUEHS.

BUFFALO EVENING NEWS, Saturday, February 1, 1941
HANRAHAN - Helen SCANLON HANRAHAN, Jan. 31, 1941; wife of Thomas J. HANRAHAN; mother of John J., Marion E., Helen C. HANRAHAN; sister of Mrs. Thomas KELLY, Mrs. George RATHVON and Daniel SCANLON of Detroit, Mich. and the late Michael SCANLON.  Funeral from the family residence, 26 Melrose st., Monday morning at 8:15 o'clock and from St. Thomas Aquinas Church at 9 o'clock.  Friends are invited to attend.

ILLIG - Ernest C. ILLIG, Jan. 31, 1941, son of the late Frank J. and Frances BENSLER; brother of Sanna ILLIG and Mrs, Walter J. BRYAN and the late Arthur P. ILLIG and Mrs. John F. ROCHE.  Funeral from his late residence, 372 Hedley pl., Monday morning at 8:30, and from St. Vincent's Church at 9 o'clock.  Friends invited.

JANKOWSKI - Vincent JANKOWSKI, Jan. 30, husband of the late Josephine (nee CIESIELSKI); father of Mrs. Frances OSTERMAN, Rose MILLER, Mrs. Sopie DARUSZKI, Peter and Paul; brother of Mrs. Catherine MILEWSKI and Mrs. Mary SWIATKOWSKI.  Funeral from the late residence, 894 Smith st., Monday morning at 9:30.  Mass at St. Stanislaus Church at 10 o'clock.  Interment at St. Stanislaus Cemetery.  Friends are invited to attend.

KINDEL - Alois KINDEL, Jan. 31, 1941, beloved husband of Frances M. KINDEL (nee DAYCOCK); father of James C. and Marie C. KINDEL.  Funeral from his home on the Northrup Road, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Friends are invited.

MASON - Thomas H. MASON, in Albion, N.Y., Jan. 31, 1941, beloved husband of Catherine DALE MASON; brother of Mrs. Sarah SMITH, Mrs. Mary EATON and Emery MASON of Tillsonburg, Ont., Mrs. Maggie TREMBLEY of Delhi, Ont. and Mrs. Susie TROLL of Brantford, Ont.  Funeral and interment at Vanessa, Ont., Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Friends may call at the H.R. Potts Funeral Hiome, 1361 Hertel ave., Buffalo until Monday morning.  Mr. MASON was a member of Parish Lodge No. 292,, F. & A. M., International Encampment, I. O. O. F., and Waterford Lodge, I. O. O. F.

MILLER - Charles MILLER, Jan. 30, 1941, husband of the late Rose BRECKER and Emma LINSMAN; father of Carl Miller; brother of Otto, Fred, Conrad and Frieda MILLER and the late Alois MILLER.  Funeral Monday at 8:15 A.M., from the family residence, 55 Rich st. and at 9 A.M. at St. Mary of Sorrows Church.  Friends invited.  Deceased was a member of Men's Sodality of St. Mary of Sorrows Church.

MILNOR - Alvin F. MILNOR, at West Seneca, Jan. 30, 1941, beloved husband of Clara E. MILNOR (nee SENGBUSCH).  Funeral from William J. Yox & Son Funeral Home, 2390 Seneca st. Sunday afternoon at 2 (the rest is missing).

Buffalo Evening News, Buffalo, Erie Co., NY, 2/26/1947,  P 36
LASSO - Joseph LASSO, Feb. 24, 1947, husband of Nellie COLLINS LASSO; father of Livingston, Mrs. Harry BRENNAN, James, Mrs. Robert SWANICK and Mrs. Earl LANGDON; brother of Edward and Frank LASSO of Cleveland, O.  Funeral from his late residence, 242 Gorton St., Friday at 8:15 and from the Church of St. John the Baptist at 9 o'clock.  Friends invited.

Buffalo Evening News, Buffalo, Erie Co., NY, 3/24/1959, p 24
WINSLOW - Allen Norman WINSLOW, March 23, 1959 of 114 Richlawn Ave., husband of Dorothy TAYLOR WINSLOW, father of Dorothy and Marilyn MOLESKI of Akron, N.Y., brother of Clarence WINSLOW of Caledonia, N.Y., Mrs. Donald LYTTLE of Mumford, N.Y., Mrs. Genevieve ABBOTT of Geneseo, N.Y., and Mrs. Hubert STEINBAUGH of Floral Park, N.Y.; also survived by six grandchildren.  Funeral Thursday at 2 o'clock at the family residence, 114 Richlawn Ave.  Mr. WINSLOW was a railroad postal clerk 40 years and a member of the American Legion Kensington Post.

WIEDER - Frederick T., Of Royal Ave., December 2, 1970, husband of the late Beatrice; father of Mrs. Shirley H. BARTLETT and Frederick T. WIEDER of Hialeah, Fla.; brother of Louis WIEDER and the late Paul and Walter WIEDER and Mrs. Rosetta GASSMAN.  Friends may call at the James E. Grace Funeral Home, 335 Ontario St., at Crowley, where services wil be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.  Friends invited.  Mr. WIEDER was a member and Past President of the Kiwanis Club of Riverside, Inc., Occidental Lodge No. 766 F.& A.M. and the DuPont Pioneer Club.  Masonic services Thursday evening at 7:30.  Those desiring may contribute to St. Mark's Episcopal Church Memorial Fund.  Family will be present 2-5 and 7-10 P.M.

PAPLOW - John C., Of Lancaster, N.Y., March 24, 1971, husband of the late Viloa A. (MERCKEL) PAPLOW; father of Mrs. Frederick (Mildred) DOMNICK and Wilbert PAPLOW; brother of Edward of Ohio, Frances, Mrs. Martha CARLSON, Mrs. Florence LANGWORTHY, Mrs. Elizabeth WIEDER and the late Anna LEFFLER, Frederick, William and Mary PAPLOW; also survived by five grandchildren and four great-granchildren.  Funeral from the Stutzman-Zurbrick Funeral Home, Inc. 5615 Broadway, Lancaster, N.Y., Saturday afternoon at  1 o'clock.  Friends invited.  Family wil be in attendance from 2-4 and 7-9 PM.  Interment Lancaster Rural Cemetery.

BUFFALO EVENING NEWS, Monday, May 10, 1982
LEAVY - James Joseph, - May 9, 1982, father of James; brother of Steven, Edward (Harriet) and the late John, Jennie ANDERSON, William, Mary McLEOD and Madeline RUCK; also survived by nieces and nephews.  Friends may call Mon. from 2-4 and 7-9 PM at Loomis, Offers & Loomis Inc. Memorial Chapel, 1820 Seneca St., where funeral will be held Tues. morning at 9:30 o'clock and at St. William's Church at 10 o'clock.

BUFFALO NEWS, Sun., Dec. 27, 1992
DOSTER - Freda B. HEITMAN, December 26, 1992 of Java, NY, formerly of South Wales, NY, wife of the late Harold A., dearest mother of Wallace A., Laura B. RIVAS (Manuel), Linda M. DOSTER and the late David, sister of William (Orell), Louis (Eleanor), Marian McINTOSH and the late Beulah, Leland and Alfred, grandmother of Patricia Ann SHIELDS and great-grandmother of William R. SHIELDS, also survived by nieces and nephews.  The family will receive friends at the WOOD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 784 Main St., East Aurora, NY on Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM where funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11:00 AM.  Those desiring may make memorials to the Stykersville Fire Department Rescue Squad.

Robert M. KENNEY, lifelong resident of Elma, born April 15, 1927, died Feb. 26, 2002.  He was the husband of Ruth L. YOUNG KENNEY, father of Carolyn (Randy) VOGEL, Corinne KENNEY, Sandra (Robert) MARKS, and Patricia (Christopher RAMSEY) KENNEY; grandfather of six grandchildren and two great grandchildren; brother of Jeanette (Robert) BLAIR; uncle of David and Bruce BLAIR; and preceded in death by brother George KENNEY and niece Jeannie BLAIR.
Mr. KENNEY was a graduate of East Aurora High School, he retired from South Buffalo Railrod after 36 years of service.  He was a former partner of RonKen Construction Co. and a past member of the Elma Conservation Club, American Legion, and the National Guard, after serving in the U.S. Army.
Services were held at Paul A. Kloc Blossom Chapel and burial at Elma Cemetery.

BUFFALO NEWS-03/29/2002
WEINHEIMER - Elsie M. (MARTIN), Of Orchard Park, NY, March 27, 2002, beloved wife of the late Harry WEINHEIMER; cousin of Robert (Margaret) EBINGER and Shirley A. (Mel) KOCH.  No prior visitation.  A Memorial Service will be held Mondy at 1 PM from the F.E. Brown Sons Funeral Home Inc., E. Quaker St., Orchard Park.  Friends invited.

Elsie WEINHEIMER (nee MARTIN) of Ochard Park, formerly of East Aurora, died March 27, 2002 after a long illness.  She was the wife of the late Harry and the daughter of the late Gusta and William MARTIN.  She is survived by two cousins, Shirley KOCH of West Valley and Robert EBINGER of Orchard Park and many in-laws and friends.
Mrs. WEINHEIMER had been a Telephone Company employee for almost 30 years.
A memorial service was held April 1, 2002 at Brown's Funeral Home, Orchard Park with the Rev. Amos Acree of East Aurora Christian Church officiating.  Burial was in Woodlawn Cmetery, Orchard Park.

Daily News
Batavia, Genesee County, New York State
July 5, 1893
Death of Mrs. Hattie Williams Burt.
Mrs. Hattie Williams BURT, wife of Marvin BURT, Superintendent of the Registered Letter Department in the Buffalo Postoffice, died of consumption at her home, No. 70 Vernon street, Buffalo, yesterday, aged 30 years. 
Mrs. BURT was a native of Batavia, a daughter of Mrs. Mary WILLIAMS, and a niece of Mrs. J.M. SHOWERMAN.  She had resided in Buffalo about nine years.   Besides her husband she is survived by a daughter and her mother and brother, who also reside in Buffalo.  The funeral will be held from the family residence at 12:30 o'clock tomorrow and the remains will be interred at Honeoye Falls.

Special to The New York Times
Nov. 24 [1964]- Mrs. Grace Senkel Huggins, executive secretary of the American Hotel and Motel Association and secretary of the American Hotel Directory Corporation, publisher of the Hotel & Motel Red Book, died
today in her home. 1609 Falmouth Avenue. She was 57 years old.   Mrs. Huggins was the widow of Robert Huggins, a salesman in the construction industry. She was born in New York and began in business in the advertising department of The Daily Mirror. She joined the American Hotel Association as a stenographer in 1941. She became director of allied membership in 1947 and executive secretary in 1956.   Surviving are a son, William; a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Eickmeyer of Westminster, Colo.; two brothers, Alfred and Harold Senkel, and a sister, Mrs. Joseph N. Aprigliano..