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Biographical Sketch of Joseph Sherman Van De Boe

Van De Boe, Joseph Sherman; real estate; born, Jan. 20, 1859, Cooperstown, N. Y.; son of John Leeland Van De Boe; common school education; married in December, 1881, Miss Mary A. Wood, of Lebanon; issue, one son, Hugh Robert, born Oct. 14, 1885; Mrs. Van De Boe died in December, 1909, while visiting her son, in Hong Kong, China; business career, began to work when 12 years of age; worked on a farm; mgr. Drug Co. in Andover, N. Y.; realizing the need of further education, worked in country store in Ulysses, Pa., and attended Academy there; then went to Eastman Business College, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; worked in store in country, and later taught school; studied more, and graduated from Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Mass.; lived in Sanford, Fla., for four years; bookkeeper and gen. mgr. of dry goods and grocery store; went into business for himself, continuing until 1887, when store was destroyed by fire; went to Chicago, and did a brokerage business; then with Boston real estate firm; began on small salary, but in ten months made gen. mgr., with salary of $100 per week and expenses; in 1893, located in Buffalo, N. Y.; in 1895, formed partnership with W. M. Hagar; came to Cleveland, and started present business; pres. of the company; has laid out thirteen subdivisions in Cleveland; has a branch office in Columbus, O.; member Chamber of Commerce and Credit Men’s Ass’n, Athletic and Automobile Clubs; Republican; Episcopalian; prominent in...

Curteman, Beatrice A. – Obituary

Beatrice A. Curteman, 81, of Baker, died Friday at St. Elizabeth Health Care Center, Baker. Her funeral was today at Daniels Valley Funeral Chapel, La Grande, with the Rev. James Wenger-Monroe officiating. Interment followed at the Grandview Cemetery, La Grande. Mrs. Curteman was born July 22, 1906 in Roulette, PA., to Otto and Bessie Touscher Hunter. She was reared in Wallowa County area and attended and graduated from Enterprise High School. From Wallowa County she moved to Island City and then on to Union and Cove, where her family ranched. She married Carl Curteman in La Grande on Oct. 19, 1929. He died in 1970. She had lived in Baker with her daughter and son-in-law for the past nine years. She was a member of the Cove Methodist Church, the Cherry Chapter of the Eastern Star and the Cove Farm Bureau. She enjoyed making crafts and cards. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Norma Lee and Bill Childers of Baker; stepchildren, Marjorie Curteman of Boise, and William H. Curteman of West Germany; grandchildren, Vicki Fite of Hermiston, and John Childers of Klamath Falls; great-grandchildren, Michelle and Danielle Fite, both of Hermiston and Shawn, Beau and Alicia Childers, all of Grants Pass; and four nieces. A brother and sister died, earlier. Friends may contribute in her memory to the American Heart Association or to a charity of their choice. That may be done through Gray’s West & Co. Pioneer Chapel, 1500 Dewey Ave. The Observer Monday, January 4, 1988 Page 6 Contributed by: Tom...

Biographical Sketch of John Rowlee Fausey

JOHN ROWLEE FAUSEY – To the general advancement of the interests of the public schools of Massachusetts, and particularly of Springfield and West Springfield, Mr. Fausey has devoted the larger part of his career as a teacher and superintendent, and with results that are recorded as having enlarged the bounds and increased the value of the educational institutions in those communities where he has taught and held official position. John Rowlee Fausey, son of James Seldon and Caroline Helen (Blauvelt) Fausey, was born March 19, 1870, in Elmira, New York, where he attended the public school, and he afterwards graduated at Genessee Wesleyan Seminary at Lima, New York, in the class of 1893, In 1893-1895 and 1896-1897, he was a student at Syracuse University, where he later received his degree of Bachelor of Arts. Mr. Fausey at once entered upon his career as an educator, and during 1898-1899 he was both teacher and principal at Galeton, Pennsylvania; at Norwalk, Connecticut, in 1899-1902; and at Norwich, Connecticut, in 1902-1905. Mr. Fausey went to Springfield as principal of the Howard Street School of that city in 1906, and he continued in that position until 1912, when he went to West Springfield as superintendent, so continuing to 1918. From 1918 to 1923, he served as superintendent at Winchester, Massachusetts. In 1923 he was recalled to the West Springfield superintendency, which he has held to the present. John Rowlee Fausey married, December 26, 1899. in Syracuse, New York, Lena May...

Potter County, Pennsylvania Census Records

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Potter County, Pennsylvania Cemetery Records

Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Cemeteries hosted at Painted Hills Genealogy Society Andrews Settlement Cemetery Austin/Goodyear Hill Cemetery Ayers Hill Cemetery Briggs Cemetery Brookland/All Saints Cemetery Brooks or Root Cemetery Brownlee/Young Cemetery Burrous Cemetery Button Hill Cemetery Byam Cemetery Card Creek Cemetery Carter Camp Cemetery Cemetery near Carter Camp Cemetery Clara Cemetery Corsaw Cemetery Costello Cemetery Crippen/Wetmore Cemetery Cross Fork Cemetery Crystal Cemetery Daniel’s Cemetery Dennis Hill Cemetery Douglass & Redner Cemetery Dunham Cemetery Durward or Fishing Creek Cemetery East Sharon Cemetery Ellis Cemetery English Family Cemetery Eulalia Cemetery Fishing Creek or Durward Cemetery Five Corners or Woodland Cemetery Ford Hill Cemetery Forest Hill Cemetery Fox Hill Cemetery Genesee Cemetery Germania Cemetery Glenn Dibble Cemetery Goodyear Hill/Austin Cemetery Hallock Burying Grounds Hebron Cemetery Henry Clark Farm Cemetery Hill Cemetery Hill aka Riverview Cemetery Hollenbeck Cemetery Hull, Conrad or McFall Cemetery Hurd Cemetery Hurlburt Family Ianson Cemetery Inez (Homer) Cemetery John Lyman Cemetery Keating Summit Cemetery Kinney/St Mary’s Cemetery Loucks Mills Cemetery Lone Grave Cemetery Lymansville Cemetery Maple Grove Cemetery New Maple Grove Cemetery Old McFall, Conrad Cemetery or Hull Cemetery Mead Cemetery Mills Cemetery Moore’s City Cemetery Nelson Farm Cemetery North Bingham Cemetery Odin Cemetery Old Brizzee Farm Old Knickerbocker Farm Old Lewisville Cemetery Old Wells Cemetery Oleona Cemetery Parker Hill Cemetery Potter Cemetery Old Quackenbush Farm Rathbone Cemetery Raymond Cemetery Redner & Douglas Cemetery Reed Cemetery Reesville Cemetery Riverview aka Hill Cemetery Root or Brooks Cemetery Sartwell Creek Cemetery Schofield Cemetery Sharon Center Cemetery St. Augustine-St. Paul...

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