Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Obituaries (St)
 MHD Collection
 
Lucinda Furman, wife of Charles P. Stevens, died at her home on Church street, Otego [Otsego Co., NY], on Saturday morning about 10:30 o'clock, of an affection of the heart.  She had been in poor health for some time and was taken suddenly worse early Tuesday morning, when her physician was summoned.  A consultation of doctors was had later but medical skill and tender nursing could not avail, and she passed peacefully away.  She was born in the town of Morris, N.Y., April 11th, 1852, and was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Furman.  In her girlhood days she moved to Harpursville [Broome Co., NY] and was married to Charles P. Stevens Sept. 8th, 1869.  About three years ago they moved to Otego.  For many years Mrs. Stevens had been a constant and devout member of the Baptist church, and the church and community have sustained a great loss in the death of this estimable woman.  She is survived by her husband who, for a number of years, has been a great sufferer and is much of the time confined to his bed; one daughter, Mrs. Tilley Blakely, of Otego, and one son, Charles Guy Stevens of Passaic, N.J., and two granddaughters, Misses Ruth and Miriam Blakely, who have the sympathy of their many friends in the loss they have sustained.  The funeral was held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Revs. W.H. Alger and W.H. Thompson officiating.  The interment was made in Evergreen cemetery at that place.  [MHD notation:  March 1912]
 
Mrs. Grace Green Stevens was born in Afton [Chenango Co., NY] July 17th, 1898, and has spent her entire life in this place of her birth.  She was a graduate of the Afton High School and of the Oneonta Normal.  During the World War she served on the War Trade Board in Washington, D.C.  She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary.  On January 7th, 1921, she married Frederick J. Stevens, in Brooklyn, N.Y.  Her only child is a son, Richard J. Stevens.  She is survived by her husband, son and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin J. Green, lifelong residents of Afton.  Mrs. Stevens had been in usual good health until about three weeks ago when she was taken seriously ill.  She was removed to Binghamton and died at the home of F.J. Stevens, Sr., Sunday morning one thirty o'clock, September 13.  The remains was brought to her parents' home in Afton where a brief service was held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m., then were taken to the Methodist Episcopal Church where the funeral was conducted by the pastor, Rev. W.D. Lathrop, assisted by the Rev. Harry J. Rines, pastor of the Ogden Methodist Episcopal Church of Binghamton.  The "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" was rendered as a solo by George L. Chamberlain, and "Nearer My God to Thee" by a quartet composed of John Dimorier, George Chamberlain, Mrs. Harry Carr and Mrs. Harry Horton.  The large audience present bore tribute to the high esteem in which the deceased was held.  The floral tributes were unusually beautiful and abundant.  Mrs. Stevens was a devoted and loving wife, mother and daughter, so ingratiating in her manner that she will be missed by all that knew her.  Interment was made in Glenwood Cemetery [Afton, Chenango Co., NY].  The pallbearers were:  Glen Morgan, Corbin D. Lewis, W.Y. McHugh, L.G. Farnsworth, A.A. Mudge and Frank Todd, who rendered heroic service owing to the inclement weather.  [published in  Afton Enterprise, Sept. 17, 1925]
 
J. Glenn Stevens, 77, of Tunnel [Broome Co., NY] died Wednesday at Wilson Memorial Hospital.  He is survived by his wife Mrs. Georgena Stevens of Tunnel, two brothers, Earl and Charles Stevens, both of Harpursville; three nieces, one nephew and several cousins.  He was a resident of Tunnel for the past 39 years and a member of the Tunnel Methodist Church.  He was employed by the Borden Milk Co., for 49 years as superintendent of Tunnel and Harpursville plants.  Funeral services will be held at the Osterhoudt Funeral Home, Harpursville, N.Y., Friday at 2:00 p.m.  The Rev. William E. Bartz will officiate.  Burial will be in Harpursville Cemetery [Broome Co., NY].  [MHD notation:  April 3, 1957]
 
John R. Stevens, 83, husband of the late Liva Clendening Stevens, of Windsor [Broome Co., NY], died at 9:50 am Monday at the Runney Convalescent Home, 495 Court St.  He is survived by a sister, Mrs. A.E. Nichols; a son, Charles G. Stevens; two grandsons Marshall Stevens of Claremont, NH, and Barry Lee Stevens of Binghamton; several nieces and nephews.  The body was removed to the Clinton E. Wood Memory Chapel, Chapel St., Windsor, where the family will receive friends today from 7 to 9 pm.  [MHD notation:  d. Dec. 25, 1950]

STEVENS--The funeral of John R. Stevens, formerly of Windsor [Broome Co., NY], will be held at Clinton E. Wood Memory Chapel, Chapel Street, Windsor, Thursday at 3:30 o'clock.  The Rev. Charles J. Sabin of Ouaquaga will officiate.  Burial will be in Knox Cemetery, Ouaquaga [Broome Co., NY] at the convenience of the family.  [published in Binghamton Press, Dec. 26, 1950]

Paige Stillwell, 62 years old, of North Afton [Chenango Co., NY], died of a heart attack on last Monday, Feb. 23.  [MHD notation:  1948]

The funeral of Charles Henry Stimpson was held from Colwell Brothers' Funeral Chapel, Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Rev. R. B. Whitman pastor of the Baptist church, officiating.  The deceased was born in Oxford [Chenango Co., NY] 73 years ago.  34 years ago he married Miss Rose E. Tuckey of Coventry.  For quite a few years they were residents of Bainbridge [Chenango Co., NY].  He was employed for several years by the D.&H. shops in Oneonta, but following an operation a year ago he has been confined to his home, at 199 Chestnut street, Oneonta [Otsego Co., NY].  He passed away Saturday night, June 13.  Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters and five sons, Leon Stimpson and Mrs. Horace Seaman of Binghamton; Guy Stimpson and Ernest Stimpson of Middletown; and Mrs. Howard Hinman and three younger children, Amos, Virgil and Ralph of Oneonta.  Burial was in Greenlawn cemetery, Bainbridge.  [MHD notation:  Jan. 13, 1931]

Leon H. Stimpson, 50, of 201 Chestnut street, Oneonta [Otsego Co., NY], died Monday morning at Fox Memorial Hospital, in Oneonta.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edna (Silvey) Stimpson, of Oneonta; a sister, Mrs. Horace Seaman of Binghamton; five brothers, Ernest, Virgil and Amos Stimpson, of Oneonta, Guy Stimpson, of Middletown, and Ralph Stimpson, with the U.S. Army stationed in Japan; several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.  The body was removed to the Harold Sherman Funeral Chapel, of Bainbridge, where the funeral was held Wednesday at 2 p.m.  The Rev. C. Duane Butler officiated.  Burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery, Bainbridge [Chenango Co., NY].  [MHD notation:  Nov. 10, 1952]

Rose Emogene Stimpson, of Oneonta [Otsego Co., NY], sister of Amos Tuckey, of this village, died at her home Thursday morning after a prolonged illness.  Born in the Town of Coventry [Chenango Co., NY], July 5, 1882, she was the daughter of James and Julia (Garrison) Tuckey.  About 50 years ago, she was married to Charles Stimpson, of Coventry, who died about 16 years ago.  After her marriage she lived in Binghamton, Bainbridge, Sidney and Oneonta.  She is survived by seven children, Mrs. Lena Seaman, of Binghamton; Guy Stimpson, of Middletown; Leon, Ernest, Amos, Virgil and Ralph Stimpson, all of Oneonta; a brother, Will Tuckey, of Sidney; a number of grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Fisher and Sherman Chapel, Bainbridge, with the Rev. Henry Stammer officiating.  Burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery [Bainbridge, Chenango Co., NY].  [MHD notation:  Aug. 14, 1947]



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