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 Cora Sawyer
Newspaper Clipping from
the Historical Association of South Jefferson
Adams, New York
Dated: January 31, 1934

Mrs. Cora M. Lawton
Mrs. Cora Sawyer Lawton, 70, widow of Charles W. Lawton, died at her home in the town of Rodman at 3:40 friday morning an illness of several months as the result of a stroke.
She was the youngest daughter and the last servivor of the family of nine children of Ormond Sawyer and Mariette Sawyer Sawyer and was born June 24, 1863, at Sawyer's Corners and resided there until the time of her marriage.
She was a descendant of Thomas Sawyer, who came to this country from Lincolnshire, England, and settled in in Rowley, Mass., in 1839. Later his family removed to Vermont. Thomas Sawyer, 3d, who was was the maternal great-grandfather of Mrs. Lawton, came on horseback from Vermont to the Black river country in the fall of 1800 and selected a plot of ground in the southeastern part of what is now the town of Watertown and then returned to get his family. Although his friends said he was "tempting providence' he made the trip back safely, arriving in March, 1801, and settling on his chosen farm.
Mr. Sawyer was distinguised for his unobtrusive piety and his house was a home for visiting missionaries. He and his wife were two of the nine persons in the organization of the first Congregational church of the town of Watertown which was organized at Burrs Mills in 1803, and its early meetings were held in his wagon-shop. His wife supplied the place of a woman physician, with a practice extending into several adjoining towns. One of their sons was Joseph Sawyer and his daughter, Mariette, was the mother of Mrs. Lawton.
Charles W. Lawton of Rodman and Cora M. sawyer were married at her parents home Jan. 19, 1887 and soon afterward they purchased the Lawton homestead in the town of Rodman where they always resided. Mr. Lawton died on June 25, 1933.
She is survived by twelve nieces and nephews, one of whom, Mrs. Hazel DeMarse, resided with her; a cousin, W.H. Sawyer of Watertown and by three sisters-in-law, Mrs. O.D. Sawyer of Watertown, Mrs. Charles Sawyer of Los Angeles, California, and Mrs. C.C. Williams of Adams Center.
Funeral sevices were held at 2, Sunday afternoon at the home. rev. A.G. Todd of the Rodman Congregational church officiated, and burial was made Fairview cemetery in Rodman.

Rachel Elizabeth Saxton
The Eagle (Cambridge, New York)
July 2, 1997

Rachel Elizabeth Waters, 98, died Sunday, June 29, 1997, at the Bethel United Methodist Home in Ossining, N.Y., where she had been a resident for twenty years. she was the widow of Barber L. Waters who died in 1965.
Born April 18, 1899, in Cooperstown, she was the daughter of LaVern and Pearl (Ackerman) Saxton. Mrs. Waters graduated in 1922 from Syrcuse University with a degree in Bible Studies and English. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society. While at the University she met her husband and they married shorly after graduation. Mr. Waters was a clergyman of the United Methodist Church. The family lived in Ellisburg, Mexico City, NY, Massena, Watertown and Syracuse. Rev. & Mrs. Waters also lived in Coila for a short time.
While raising her family of four boys, Mrs. Waters was very active in the church and related organizations. She was the Conference President of the Women's Society of Christian Service in Norther New York. with her husband, Mrs. Waters wrote, directed and presented dramas in the various communities in which they lived.
Mrs. Waters was also very active in the Women's Christian Temperance Union. She was the New York State President and held offices in the national and world organizations.
Mrs. waters remained in Syrcuse after her husband's death until 1978 when she moved to the Bethel Home in Ossining. At the Bethel Home, she was in charge of presenting a monthly program of music and entertainment for the residents and their guests. She also wrote poetry and remained active in church affairs. She was a member of the Croton United Methodist Church.
Survivers include: three sons, Rev. Baber L. waters of North andover, MA., Rev. William H. Waters and Rev. Raoul J. Waters, both of Cambridge, NY; a brother, Dr. Stanley Saxton of Saratoga Springs; 16 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. A son, Stanley O. waters of Batavia, died in 1996.
Burial will be at the Stump Church Cemetery, Cambridge. There will be a Memorial Service at a later time. The family requests memorial donations be made to: Bethel Home, 19 Narragansette Avenue, Ossining, NY, 10562.
Arrangements are under the direction of Ackley & Ross Funeral Home, 73 West Main Street, Cambridge.
Family contact: Rev. Bill Waters (***) ***-****

Roman K. Schickler
Unknown Rochester, New York Newspaper
BROCKPORT: On Friday, November 15, 1991. He is survived by 3 sons, Charles (Patricia) of OK, Donald (Gloria) of VA, Alan (Susan) of Brockport; 2 daughters, Marilyn (Ed) Hopkins of FL and Joan (Gene) Spangenburg of Kendell; several grand and great-grandchildren.
Friends may call Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 at the Fowler Funeral Home Inc., 52 State St., Brockport. A Funeral Mass will be said on Monday, November 18, at 10AM from the Church of the Nativity, Brockport. Interment, Mt. Olivet Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends may contibute to the Alzheimers Disease Association.

George Jacob Schneck
Rochester (New York) Union Advertiser
February 3, 1891 p.5; col.6

Jacob Schneck died yesterday afternoon at the residence of his daughter, Mrs John Staudenmayer at the Rifle Range, aged 90 years. Funeral services at 9 a.m. Thursday from St. Michaels Church.

Marianna Schneck
Rochester Union & Advertiser (Rochester, New York)
November 25, 1912 p.9; Column 3

Mrs. Mary Staudenmaier died last night at the family home at Rifle Range, aged 80 years. Besides a brother, Frank Schneck she leaves eight children, Mrs Jacob Johnson, Mrs. Louis List, Mrs. Frank Titus, Mrs. Bert Crosby, Mrs. M.C. Magin, William, Louis and George Serth, and 42 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held Thursday morning at 9 o,clock from the house and at 10 o,clock from St. Michael's Church.

Freida M. Schudt
Unknown Rochester, New York Newspaper
List, Freida M. (Schudt)
Friday, September 20, 1996. Born August 7, 1904 in Darmstadt, Germany. She was a long time resident of Greece and Irondequoit. Predeceased by her husband William A. List, her daughter, Gloria Laird and her son, David List. Survived by 5 daughters and sons-in-law, Doris and William Downs, Jean and Clifford Henson, Audrey and Jack Smith, Carol and Leo Wielgos of IN, Mary P. and August Giannavola of NV; 3 sons and daughters-in-law, Paul and Myrna List, Vincent and Rose List,William and Beverly List; 30 beloved grandchildren and 54 great-grandchildren; her sister Emily Haidt; her son-in-law Arthur Laird; her daughter-in-law Jean List; sevral nieces and nephews.
Friends may call SUNDAY 2-4 and 7-9 at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home Inc. 1075 LONG POND ROAD (north of Maiden Lane). On Monday friends are requested to go directly to Christ the King Church, 445 King Highway, Irondequoit where her Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Interment Falls Cemetery. Friends wishing may make contributions to the Sunset House, 3764 St. Paul Blvd. Rochester, NY 14617 in her memory.

Dorothy J. Seaman
Unknown Rochester, New York Newspaper
Yaeger, Dorothy J.
Sept. 20, 1990. Widow of Elston G. Yaeger, survived by her son, John A. Yaeger of Fairport; her daughter, Mrs. Catherine Zukosky; 4 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild; her brother, Paul Seaman of Hornell; several nieces and nephews.
Friends are invited to attend her memorial service at New Life Presbyterian Church, 243 Rosedale St. on Tuesday Sept.25th at 11:00 am. Contributions may be directed to the church memorial fund. Arrangements: Frederick W. Frear Funeral Services

 Sarah Sears
Orleans Republic (Albion, New York)
September 3, 1924

Mrs. Sarah Curran, Widow of Geo. Curran, died Saturday at the home of her son, Thos. Curran, aged 82 years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Lester Stirk and Mrs. Maude Burch; one son, Thos. Curran.


Katherine M. Serth
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
September 12, 1944 page18; column 1

LIST - Katherine M. List, aged 86 years, Sunday Sept. 10, 1944 at the home of her daughter, Mrs William Brennan, 2 Riverbank Pl.
She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Louis Bleier, Mrs. Fred Bleir, Mrs. George Heil, Mrs. Charles Barnett and Mrs. William Brennan; four sons, John Albert, Ferdinande and William List; 38 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Barbara Johnson, Mrs. Tracy Crosby and Mrs. Michael Magin; one brother, William Serth. Deceased was a member of Daughters of Mary.
_Friends may call at Mattle's, 300 Cumberland St. where services will be held Thursday morning at 8:30 and at 9 o'clock at St. Michaels Church.

 Sarah Sowden
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
transcribed death notices

Funeral services were held at 2p.m. Tuesday for Mrs. Sarah Stirk, 82, who died Saturday in the home of her daughter, Miss Lillian Stirk, East Park Street. Services were held in the Park Street residence with burial in Mt. Albion Cemetery. Survivors include another daughter,Mrs. Alice Burt, Buffalo, two grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

 John Staudenmaier
Rocheter (New York) Union & Advertiser
December 7, 1886

Capt. John Staudenmayer died this morning at his home, Rifle Range, Irondequoit, age 48 years. Deceased was well known through out this section and was a member of the following various organizations in Rochester: G.A.R., Germania and the Schwabes singing societies, Schuetzenguelde and several other oganizations. Deceased leaves a wife and several children.

Rochester Union & Advertiser, December 8, 1886. Staudenmeier - At the Rifle Range, on the morning of Dec. 7, 1886, John Staudenmaier, aged 48years and 6 months. Funeral from the Rifle Range, to-morrow, at 12 o'clock, and from Germania Hall at 1:30 p.m.

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A. John Stirk
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
transcribed death notices

A. John "Jack" Stirk, age 72, of Gaines Road in the Town of Gaines, died Nov. 8, 1996 in Lakeside Memorial Hospital in Brockport following a long illness.
He was born in Albion, N.Y. and had lived in this area his entire lifetime.
He was a retired corrections officer with the Orleans County Department of Corrections.
He was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Albion, Nutri-fair Board member, B.P.O.Elks Lodge #1006.
He was predeceased by his wife, Betty Stirk.
He is survived by his brother, Robert (Elaine) Stirk of Barre; niece, Patricia (Michael) Youngson; great- nephew, Alexander, and a cousin.
The family received friends at Merrill-Grinnell Inc. Funeral Home, 12 Ingersoll St., Albion where an Elks memorial service was held. A funeral service was held Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church of Albion, the Rev. Gary Saunders officiating. Interment was in Mt. Albion Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers memorial donation may be made to the American Heart Association or Nutri-fair.

 Alice Stirk
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
transcribed death notices

Mrs. Alice Stirk Burt, 81, 20 East Ave., died Saturday night, July 6, in Rose Villa Nursing Home after a long illness. A native of Yorkshire, Eng., she was the widow of Edward Burt. She leaves a son, Carl Hopkins of Buffalo and a nephew, Donald Stirk , Albion. Service was held at Christopher Funeral Home, Tuesday afternoon. Interment in Mt. Albion Cemetery.

 Andrew J. Stirk
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
transcribed death notices

Andrew J. Stirk, 68, of 349 W. State St., died April 13, in Arnold Gregory Hospital, Following a long illness.
Born in Albion, he had resided here all his life. He formerly was employed by the Orleans Repuplican and the Eddy Printing Co. He was a member of the Prebyterian Church and the Albion Lodge, IOOF, and a past member of the Albion Fire Department.
Survivors are his wife, Alice; two sons, John and Robert, both of Albion; two sisters, Mrs. Jane Britton and Mrs Nina Miller, both of Buffalo, and several nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held at the Merrill-Grinnell, Inc. Funeral Home, E.State and Ingersoll Sts., Albion, Saturday April 23, at 2 p.m. Anyone who wishes may make a memorial in his name to the American Cancer Society or to the First Presbyterian Church of Albion.

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Charlotte Stirk
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
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Mrs. Charlotte Marquis, resident of Albion for the past fifty years,died in her home, Clarendon Street, early this morning. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Frank Ameeley of Lockport; one son , William Marquis; a sister, Mrs Mary Ellen Paget, both of Albion, and two grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held from her late home Friday at 2:30 p.m. with burial in Mt. Albion Cemetery. Rev. Mark Shenton officiating.

 Donald H. Stirk
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
transcribed death notice
Albion - Donald H. Stirk, 76, of Orchard Street, died Feb. 27 at Lakeside Memorial Hospital.
He was Born in Chassel, Mich. and lived most of his life in Albion.
He was a member of St. Josephs Church,the Active Hose Co. of the Albion Fire Department and a pension member of the I.B.E.W.
Mr. Stirk served in the United States Navy Seabees during World War II and was a member of Lincoln Post #1483 V.F.W., Medina. He was a life member of the B.P.O.E. #1006 Albion Lodge.
Mr. Stirk was a 40 year employee of Niagara Mohawk, retiring Oct. 1, 1980. He was predeceased by his son, Thomas Walter Stirk. Mr. Stirk is survived by his wife, Jean(Macgowan)Stirk; two children, Lawrence (Rebecca) Stirk of San Diego, Calif. and Kathie Stirk of Albion; five grandchildren, Christopher,Michael, Jennifer, Jonathan, and Morgan; a brother, Thomas (Doris) Stirk of Albion; as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins.
The family will receive friends at the Christopher Mithchell Funeral Homes Inc., 21 West Ave., Albion, today from 2-4 and 7-9p.m.
The B.P.O.E. will hold a memorial service tonight at 7 p.m. at the funeral home.
Family and friends are welcome to attend Mr. Stirk's Mass of Christian Burial in St. Josephs Church on Thursday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Mt. Albion Cemetery.
Memorial gifts may be made to C.O.V.A., Hospice of Orleans County or St. Josephs Church.

 Donald L. Stirk
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
transcribed death notice
Albion: Age 74, April 22, 1993. He was born in Albion and lived there all his life. He was a member of St. Josephs Church, he served in the U.S. Army Engineer Corp. during WWII, and was wounded at Normandy. He then served another 3 1/2 years in combat and was awarded the Purple Heart. He was a life member of the V.F.W. Post# 202 of Holley. He was a former Scout Master in Albion and was a Red Cross Life Saving instructor and has worked extensively with Polio victims. He was also a member of Renovation Lodge #97 F.&A.M., B.P.O.Elks Lodge #1006, and a life member of the Hart Hose Co. of the Albion Fire Dept. He was a retiree of Delco Products.
Survived by his wife, Yolanda; 3 children, Donald (Mary) Stirk of Albion, Eileen Frederick of Brockport, Gloria (Peter) Monacelli of Rochester; grandchildren, Kelly and Donald Stirk, Kristine and Ray Frederick, Christian (Pat) Snell, Philip and Donald Monacelli; 2 sisters-in-law, Aila Mullen of Albion, Lavrina (Leon) Verhamme of IN.; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
The family will receive friends at the Christopher Mitchell Funeral Homes Inc. 21 West Ave. Albion TODAY 2-4, 7-9, where prayers will be said Sat, at 10AM, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Josephs Church at 10:30. Interment Mt. Albion Cemetery. In lieu of flowers Memorials to the BSA Lewiston Trail Council, The Masonic Brotherhood Fund, The V.F.W. National Home or a charity of ones choice.

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Eugene Alfred Stirk
Unknown Rochester(New York) Newspaper
Brockport: On Saturday, April 10,1982. He is Survived by his wife, Elfreide; 4 daughters, Mrs Raymond (Kay) Campbell of Clarendon, Mrs. Larry (Jean) Noble of Brockport, Mrs. John (Pat) Noble of Rochester, Doris Stirk of Brockport; 2 sons, Gary of Rochester, and Lyell of Brockport; 6 grandchildren; his mother, Nellie Hutchinson of Morton; 2 brothers, James of Brockport, and John Hutchinson of Rochester; 2 sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Colburn of Morton, and Mrs. Kay Jones of LeRoy; sveral nieces and nephews. Friends may call Monday, 3-5 and 7-9, at the Fowler Funeral Home Inc. 52 State St. Brockport. A V.F.W. service will be held at 8:30 Monday. A prayer service will be held at the funeral home Tuesday April 13 at 9:30, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10a.m. from the Church of the Nativity in Brockport. Interment at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, friends wishing may make contibutions to the Hamlin V.F.W. Memorial Fund, or the Brockport Ambulance Corp.

 Fred Stirk
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
transcribed death notices

A funeral service is being arranged to take place at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in the home of Miss Lillian Stirk, a sister, at 302 E. Park St. for Fred Stirk, cold stoage engineer who died today. The Rev. Mark Shenton, pastor of Albion Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be made in Mt. Albion Cemetery. Born 52 years ago on Sept. 16, 1888, he was a son of Fred and Sarah Sandar Stirk, both of whom originated in England. Surviving also are his mother, who resides in Albion: another sister, Mrs. Alice Burt of Buffalo, and two nephews.

 James Francis Stirk
Orleans Republic (Albion, New York)
May 21, 1930 p. 1; col. 6

James Francis Stirk, 32, died late Monday at his home at Brown and Caroline Streets after a two year period of ill health. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Nellie F. Stirk and three young children, Dorothy, James And Eugene. He was a member of the Elks, Knights of Columbus and of the Young America Hook and Ladder Company. The funeral services will be held at St. Mary's Church at 9 o'clock Thursday with Rev. Pitass officiating. Burial will be at Saint Josephs Cemetery.

 James F. Stirk
Unknown Rochester Newspaper
Stirk, James F. Brockport: On Saturday, August 15, 1987. He is survived by his wife,Jessie; 3 sons, James Jr., Ft. Myers FL, John and Jan of Brockport; 1 daughter, Joanne Jordain of Brockport; his mother, Nellie Huthinson of Morton; 1 sister, Dorothy Colburn of Morton; 1 brother, John Huthinson of Williamsville; 7 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Tuesday 7-9 only at the Fowler Funeral Home, Inc., 52 State St., Brockport. A Mass of Christian Burial will be said Wednesday, August 19th at 10a.m. from the Church of the Nativity, Brockport. Interment, Garland Cemetery. Friends wishing may make contributions to the Brockport Ambulance Corp.

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Lawrence Donald Stirk
The San Diego Union - Tribune; San Diego, Calif.
Feb 9, 2002;

STIRK, LAWRENCE D. Lawrence D. Stirk, 55, Commander USN (Ret). In December, 2000, CDR. Larry Stirk was diagnosed with an incurable form of brain cancer. He chose an aggressive treatment option that gave him 14 more months of life with those he dearly loved. Larry was born in Albion, New York--the son of Donald Stirk and Jean Macgowan Stirk. He became a Registered Nurse in 1967 then joined the United States Navy and was assigned to the Philadelphia Naval Hospital during the Vietnam war. He became a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) at Montgomery Hospital in Norristown, PA and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from New York State Regents. Later, he was assigned to the Naval Hospital in Guam where he served as Senior Nurse Anesthetist. Larry completed his naval career at the Naval Medical Center San Diego (1982-1993). During that time he divided his duties with tours of duty on the USS Constellation, USS Okinawa, USS Iowa, USS Belleau Wood, and the USS Kitty Hawk. At NMCSD he functioned as Chief Nurse Anesthetist and Clinical Coordinator for the Navy Nurse Corps Anesthesia Program in the Naval School of Health Sciences. After his naval career, he practiced as an independent CRNA for doctors offices throughout San Diego County. Larry had been elected to the Board of Trustees for CANA (CA Assoc. . of Nurse Anesthetist), a position he held with great pride until his death. On February 3, 2002, Larry passed away at the Naval Medical Center where he received the highest quality care from the staff during his illness. His family extends deepest thanks to that staff for their loving care. Larry is survived by his wife Becky, his children - Christopher, Michael, Jennifer, and Jonathan, his mother, Jean; his sister, Kathy. Services will be at Queen of Angels Catholic Church 2569 W. Victoria Dr., Alpine, CA 91901. A Memorial service February 11 Monday at 7 p.m. and a Funeral Mass February 12 Tuesday at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family wishes for donations to Queen of Angels Building Fund in his memory. Larry served on the pastoral council and was an active member of the choir.

Lillian Stirk
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
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Mrs. Lillian Stirk, 73, died Aug.15, in the Arnold Gregory Hospital following a long illness. A resident of Albion all of her life, she was a labeling clerk for more than 30 years at the Birds Eye-Snider plant.
She leaves a son, Donald L. Stirk, three grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Alice Burt, all of Albion.
Funeral services will be held at the Christopher Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Thursday. The Rev. William H. Jessop will conduct the service and burial will be in Mt. Albion Cemetery.

 Lister Stirk
Orleans Republic (Albion New York)
January 1, 1930 p.1;col.2

Lester Stirk, 67, died Tuesday, December 24th at his home in this village. He was born in England and had lived here for 45 years. He leaves his brother, Fred Stirk; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Paget and Mrs. Charlotte Marquis, his widow, Mrs. Alice Curran Stirk and two sons, Thomas and James Stirk of Albion. Funeral services were held at Christ Episcopal Church Friday, at 2:30 o'clock.

 Mary Ellen Stirk
Mt.Albion Cemetery; Albion, New York
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Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at three o'clock for Mrs. Mary Ellen Paget, 73, who died last Thursday at the home of her son, Harry in Syracuse.The Rev. Mark shenton, Albion Methodist Church pastor, officiated and burial was in Mt. Albion Cemetery
Bearers were: Harry Lane, Sam Watt, Joseph Driesel, William Shapland, Joseph Bently, and John Batt.Born in Yorkshire, England, Mrs. Paget came to this country 54 years ago. For the past two years, she has been making her home with her son in Syracuse.
Surviving are another son, Walter of Rochester and three grandchildren, Mary Ellen, Richard and Walter all of Syracuse.

Patricia Anne Stirk
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, New York
April 11, 2004 - page 2B; column 6

Noble, Patricia A. (Stirk): BROCKPORT: Called home on Friday, April 9, 2004, at the age of 49, after a battle with cancer. Surviving Pat is her husband, John; her children, John, Benjamin (Tracy) of Brockport, Catherine (Travis) Tisa of KS; her grandchildren, Nicholas, Hannah, Julian and Elizabeth; her mother, Elfie Adam of Brockport; brothers, Gary Stirk of Rochester and Lyle; sisters, Kay (Ray) Campbell of Kent, Jean (Mike) Noble of Brockport and Dori Sorce of LeRoy; brother and sisters-in-law, Shirl (Mike) Cowan, Sue (Allen) Schickler, Julie (Duane) Stymus, Rob (Barb) Noble, Bonnie Hugelmaier, Kathy (Bob) Wysocky and Jim (Lisa) Noble; several aunts, uncles, cousins; nieces, nephews and many dear people that she touched throughout her life.

No prior calling. Family and friends may attend her Funeral Mass Tues. 10a.m. at the Church of the Nativity BVM, Main St., Brockport. Interment will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Wilmot Cancer Center at Strong Memorial Hospital, 601 Elmwood Ave., Rochester, NY 14642. Arrangements by Fowler Funeral Home, Inc.

 Thomas Stirk
Rochester (New York) Union Advertiser
August 27, 1896 p.2; col. 3

Thomas Stirk died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas Paget, on Monday, aged 69 years.


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