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Published in The Patriot and Free Press, Cuba, N.Y., October 9, 1925
Rush Creek. — Riley Lafferty, a life long resident of this place, died very suddenly last week Monday morning of heart trouble. His wife returned home from the factory and found him dead in his chair.
He was born in East Bradford, April 18, 1850. In 188s he married Miss Belle Dunlap. To them five children were born. Theron died at the age of four years, Hartley at the age of six. His wife and three children survive: Mrs. James Milage of Portville, Mrs. Charley Swain of this place, Fred of East Rushford, also one sister Mrs. John Berry of New Hudson.
He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him. He always had a pleasant word for everyone. The funeral was held at Belleville church at 2 o’clock Wednesday. Burial in Belleville cemetery. He is gone but not forgotten.
already sent to memorial for upload.
Added by donna on Jul 17, 2016 3:28 PM
I saw your photo request, although there is no way I can take a photo, I did find some family info, and set it off to the memorial for updates.
ps - not related.
Added by donna on Jul 17, 2016 3:23 PM
|Mr. Maplewood||RE: Poole|
I am Doug Poole's wife and he never told me about doing this part of the find a grave section. I received your e-mail today and I do not reconize your e-mail address. Would you please tell me who you are. I am not going to send any information until I know who you are and what kind of information on Volney and Joan Poole you are looking for. Doug passed away a little over 2 years ago so that is all I can tell you.
|Clytie Somers||RE: Jane Ladue|
Jane IS in the North Nassau Cemetery, the person who told me that was wrong. She is listed under Jane Vickery, when we clean up I will photograph as much as i can, there is another request for North Nassau.
|Clytie Somers||Jane Ladue & Hannah Vickery|
Jane Vickery Ladue is in the North Nassau Cemetery. I stand corrected, upon researching more thoroughly I found her under her maiden name. will get photo if a stone is available.
Hannah on the other hand is not in the Rensselaer, Nassau or Stephentown indexes nor is her Husband Benjamin. I looked under her maiden name as well no luck.
|Clytie Somers||RE: Jane Ladue|
don't forget the cows!!!!!!
|Clytie Somers||Jane Ladue|
This person is in "OLD" East Nassau Cemetery, I have visited this cemetery on sunday, and it is in very bad shape the cows have taken it over, the owner is recovering from food surgery and hopefully we can get some clean up volunteers. It is only 1/2 mi from my house so I will try to revisit it and photograph the stones there.
|Deanne Knapp||RE: Vanderlinder|
|Kathy ||RE: Lafferty|
No problem at all. I just finally got the chance to get up there to clean the stones and rephoto them. Your welcome, Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jul 22, 2014 8:50 PM
|Karen Sutton||RE: Lafferty|
No problem, I have family in the same cemetery so I figured if I can help while i'm there. I will try to take the other 3 next time I go there
some of the stones are so weathered. I a census for NYS in 1875, they have my great great grandfather and Eber Lafferty in the same household. Riley abd Homer are there also.
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