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Re: Looking for Obit of Mabel (Phillips) Stilwell, b 1880 NY., d 1948 CA.
Posted by: Leona MacDonald (ID *****0589) Date: March 24, 2010 at 17:22:25
In Reply to: Re: Looking for Obit of Mabel (Phillips) Stilwell, b 1880 NY., d 1948 CA. by Leona MacDonald of 1334

also..marrage record:

Stillwell Hal J Phillips Mabel B 1902 Belleville NY

mabel was also a student at union acadamy belleville
Phillips Mabel B Belleville 1900 Preliminary Year (Literary)

Hal's mother mary:

Mary M Lee Maiden Name Stilwell
Nickname
Date of Birth ** 1845
Date of Death ** 1909
Age
Spouse
Date of Marriage **
Veteran
Inscription
Cemetery (name/alt/alt) Ellisburg Cemetery
Section
Village Ellisburg
Town / County Ellisburg, Jefferson County
Burial ID


mary's union grange membership

http://jefferson.nygenweb.net/05bel5.htm

Unless I'm confused here's more.

Ozias Lee was born in Connecticut in 1777 and died in Ellisburgh in 1833, where he had located, on road 77, about 1812. He married Lucy Lee, and their children were Philetus, Philander, and Alonzo. The latter was born in Ellisburgh in 1814. He married Susan Sarah, daughter of John and Sally (Cook) Hildreth, of Ellisburgh, in 1840, who bore him the following children, viz.: Julia A., William H., Sarah, Daniel W., John Q., Alden S., Chester L., Frank L., A. Eugene, and Minnie A. Daniel W. Lee, who was born in 1845, married Mary M., daughter of William and Hannah (Kibling) Stillwell, in 1868, and they have an adopted son, Eugene S., born in 1867. Mr. Lee owns the James Rogers farm on road 85. John Q. Lee was born in 1847. He married Mary E., daughter of Elon R. and Maria (Hill) Downer, in 1870, and their children are Arthur E., Alma N., Alonzo J., and Manford C. Alden S. Lee was born in 1849. He married Frank J., daughter of William Sheldon, in 1874, by whom he has a son, Floyd. Chester L. was born in 1855, was reared upon a farm, and educated at the Union Academy, in Belleville. He taught school several terms. In 1886 he married Addie E., daughter of James K. and Mary (Garside) Johnston, and now occupies the old homestead of 100 acres on road 87. Frank L. was born in 1858. He married Alta Julia, daughter of Martin E. and Amelia A. (Hall) Wood, in 1883, by whom he has a son, Ralph M. A. Eugene was born in 1860, and now owns and occupies a farm on road 96.

also:
DANIEL W. LEE was born in 1845, married Mary M., daughter of William and Hannah (Kibling) Stillwell, in 1868, and they have an adopted son, Eugene S., born in 1867. Mr. Lee owns the James Rogers farm, on road 85. John Q. Lee was born in 1847. He married Mary E., daughter of Elon R. and Maria (Hill) Downer, in 1870, and their children are Arthur E., Alma N., Alonzo J., and Manford C. Alden S. Lee was born in 1849. He married Frank J., daughter of William Sheldon, in 1874, by whom he has a son, Floyd. Chester L. was born in 1855, was reared upon a farm, and educated at the Union Academy, in Belleville. He taught school several terms. In 1886 he married Addie E., daughter of James K. and Mary (Garside) Johnston, and now occupies the old homestead of 100 acres on road 87. Frank L. was born in 1858. He married Alta Julia, daughter of Martin E. and Amelia A. (Hall) Wood, in 1883, by whom he has a son, Ralph M. A. Eugene was born in 1860, and now owns and occupies a farm on road 96.



mabel's father's obit :
http://www.fultonhistory.com/Newspapers%20Disk3/Watertown%20Times/Watertown%20NY%20Daily%20Times%201920.pdf/Newspaper%20Watertown%20NY%20Daily%20Times%201920%20B%20-%201057.PDF#xml=http://www.fultonhistory.com/dtSearch/dtisapi6.dll?cmd=getpdfhits&u=273b1ce8&DocId=5957505&Index=Z%3a%2fFulton%20Historical&HitCount=2&hits=be2+be3+&SearchForm=c%3a%5cinetpub%5cwwwroot%5cFulton%5fNew%5fform%2ehtml&.pdf

few more tidbits:
—Mrs. Dick of Canada is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Millard Phillips.

—Lavinna Phillips Farmer was born
in Middletown, Vt., Feb. 26, 1614, and
died July 90, 1895. Sue moved into this
ste-te with her parents when three years
of age. At the age of 15 she was converted
and joined the M. E. church at
Belleville, being baptised by Rev. Mr.
Cook. She was a great Bible student.
At the age of 17 years she was married
to Alonzo Phillips, of Rural Hill, with
whom she lived until his death in 1859.
She was the mother of ten children from
this union, ail of wnom lived to adult
age, except one. Four of the children
survive her—Mrs. N. B. Squires. Martin
and Millard Phillips and Mrs. Mik> Tifft
In 1800 she was again married to Silas
Farmer, of Lorraine, and bved therewith
him until 1&$4, when the came to live
with her daughter, Mrs. TifJt, where she
remained until death. Ber funeral was
largely attended by her neighbors and
friends. She lived a consistent Christian
life, and her life was spent where she
could do the most good, comforting the
sad and lonely, sympathizing with the
afflicted and smoothing the pillow of the
sick and dying, always pleasant and
patient. She wan buried at Woodside.
Thus a sweet and noble life has gone out.
She leves a host of friends to mourn her

-----

—AtNiles, Mich., March 21st, Silas s.
Farmer, aged 87 years, died of pneumonia
from the effects of a grippe after a brief
illness of only one week at the home of his
son, W. F. Farmer. "Uncle SUef," as he
was commonly called, was a kind hearted
father, a good neighbor and an exemplary
christian man and had many warm friends.
He was well known throughout this section
of country. He came with his family from
New Hampshire many years ago and located
tn Lorraine. About* four years ago he went
to live with his son, W. F. Farmer, who removed
from Adams September last to Niles.
Mich. His family .consisted of three sons
and one daughter. Two sons only survive
him —James P. Farmer, of Shirborn. Minn.,
and W. F. Farmer, of Niles, Mich., and his
second wife, who now lives with her son,
Millard Phillips, at Rural Hill. The funeral
services were held from the home of his son,
W. F. Farmer, Sunday afternoon, March
23d. The remains were laid to rest at Niles
in the Silver Brook cem
James P. Farmer,of Shirborn, Minn.,
who was called to Niles MIchigan by the sickness and death of his father has since been visiting his brother,
they had not met before in 20 years.


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