Articles (Byrne branch)

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Byrne-Doyle, Catherine - Funeral
17 SEPTEMBER 1928 - THE UTICA OBSERVER DISPATCH - UTICA, NY

Funeral of Mrs. Doyle
  The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Byrne Doyle was held from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. John G. Emdin, 617 Parkway East, this morning and from St. John's Church where a solemn requiem high Mass was celebrated. The Rev. James Bannon was celebrant, the Rev. D. J. Dooling, deacon, and the Rev. Aubrey R. Seller, subdeacon.
  The Rev. Edward P. Buttimer of Polaski was present in the chancel during the services.
  The bearers were Raymond Hines, James Ludlow, Frank Ludlow, George Byrne, William Byrne, and Lionel Emdin.
  During the services, St. John's male quartet sang the Mass. Internment was in the family plot in St. Agnes Cemetery where final resolution at the grave was pronounced by the Rev. Father Seller ??.


Byrne, George F. - Death
30 JULY 1975 - THE FULTON PATRIOT - FULTON, NY
  
GEORGE F. BYRNE
  George F. Byrne, retired Fulton Postmaster, died recently at Lee Memorial Hospital after a short illness.
  Mr. Byrne was born at Clayville, son of the late Thomas and Mary Devereaux Byrne, and had resided at 413 Park Ave. in Fulton most of his life.
  He had been affiliated with the Fulton Post Office for many years and served as rural mail carrier, superintendent of mails and received his appointment as postmaster in 1950. Mr Byrne served in that capacity for 14 years.
  He was a communicant of Holy Family Church, a member of the National Assn. of Postmasters, The National Assn. of Retired Federal Employees, and was a 50-year member of the Fulton Lodge of Elk.
  Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Irene Becker, a neice Miss Mary Becker, both of Fulton, and a cousin, Mrs. Helen Osterhoudt of Venice, Fla.
  Services were held at the Young and Son Funeral Home and in Holy Family Church. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery.
 Byrne-Black, Hanna - Death
26 MARCH 1931 - UTICA DAILY PRESS

MRS. HENRY BLACK
  Mrs. Henry Black, formerly of Clayville and Utica, died at her home in Buffalo yesterday morning after a long illness.
  Born in Clayville, daughter of the later Thomas and Mary Whalen Byrne, she spent her early life there and was married to Mr. Black in ??. They came to Utica in ?? but had spent the last 27 years in Buffalo.
  Besides her husband, Mrs. Black leaves two sisters, Mrs. James Farrar, Clayville, Mrs. Henry Stillman, Birmingham, Mich, and several nieces and nephews.
Byrne-Becker, Irene - Death
29 OCTOBER 1977 - THE PALLADIUM TIMES - OSWEGO, NY

MRS. IRENE BYRNE BECKER
  FULTON - Mrs. Irene Byrne Becker of 413 Park Ave. died Friday at Lee Memorial Hospital after a brief illness.
  Born in Clayville, she had resided in Fulton most of her life. She had retired as an employee of Black Clawson Co. She was a communicant of Holy Family Church and a member of the church's Altar-Rosary Society.
  Surviving are a daughter, Miss Mary Becker of Fulton, and a cousin, Mrs. Helen Osterhoudt of Venice, Fla.
   Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Young and Son Funeral Home and at 11 a.m. in Holy Family Church. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
Byrne-Ludlow-Farrar, Margaret - Death
19 NOVEMBER 1936 - WATERVILLE TIMES - WATERVILLE, NY
  
MRS. MARGARET FARRAR
  Mrs. Margaret Ludlow Farrar of Clayville, died at the home of her son, Frank T. Ludlow at 178 East Bacon Street, Waterville, Thursday, Nov. 12, 1934, after an illness of several months.
  She was born in Clayville, the daughter of the late Thomas and Catherine Whalen Byrnes. All of her life was spent in Clayville. She was united in marriage to William Ludlow and her second marriage was with James E. Farrar, who died three years ago.
  She leaves two sons, James P. Ludlow, Clayville, and Frank T. Ludlow, Waterville, and three grandchildren.
  She was a member of St. Patrick's Church, Clayville.
  Her funeral was held Saturday morning from the home of her son, James P. Ludlow of Clayville, and later at St. Patrick's Church, Clayville.
  A requiem high mass was celebrated by the Rev. Raymond Hines, nephew of Mrs. Farrar, of Albany. The bearers were: William McElbinney, Thomas Petrie, Thomas Nolan, Ray Kirley, John Fleming, and Thomas Clark.
  Interment was in the family plot in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Clayville, where final absolution was pronounced by Father Hines.
Byrne, Mary A. - Death
2 NOVEMBER 1967 - OSWEGO VALLEY NEWS
  
MRS. MARY BYRNE DIES AFTER ILLNESS
  Mrs. Mary A. Byrne, 96 widow of Thomas M. Byrne, of 413 Park Avenue, died last Wednesday at her home after an illness of several months.
  Born in Clayville, she had resided in Fulton most of her life. She was a communicant of Holy Family Church.
  Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Irene Becker of Fulton; a son, former postmaster George F. Byrne; a granddaughter, Miss Mary F. Becker of Fulton, nieces and nephews.
  Services were held Saturday at 9 a.m. in the Young and Son funeral home and at 9:30 a.m. in Holy Family Church. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery.
Byrne-Ball, Maria - Death  (click for original image)
1 JUNE 1905 - THE FULTON EVENING NEWS - FULTON, NY

MRS. MARIA BALL
  Maria Burns, widow of Bartholomew Ball of Clayville, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. William Ludlow, 165 Court street, yesterday afternoon. Last Sunday evening in Columbia square, while enroute to the home of her sister, she suffered a stroke of paralysis which resulted in her demise.
  Mrs. Ball was born in Clayville 46 years ago last September. She was the daughter of Thomas and the late Catharine Burns. The greater part of her life was spent in Clayville. May 24, 1881, she married Bartholomew Ball. They made their home there after their marriage. After the death of her husband ten days ago, she came to this city to make her home with her sister. She was a member of St. Patrick's Church of Clayville and the League of the Sacred Heart connected with it.
  Besides her father she is survived by one brother, Thomas Burns of Oswego Falls; five sisters, Mrs. John Doyle of this city, Mrs. Henry Black of Buffalo, Mrs. William Ludlow of this city, Mrs. Clarence Hindes of Frankfort and Mrs. Harry Stillman of Bridgeport, Conn.
Byrne, Nellie - Wedding
2 MAY 1900 - ROME DAILY SENTINEL - ROME NY

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Byrne, Thomas - Death
15 OCTOBER 1915 - THE FULTON EVENING NEWS - FULTON, NY

THOMAS BYRNE
  Thomas Byrne, 74, died yesterday at the home of his son, No. 413 Park avenue.
  The deceased is a native of Ireland and came to this country when 27 years of age. He settled in Clayville and there married Mrs. Catherine Whelan, who died about twenty-five years ago.
  He is survived by one son, Thomas, of this city and five daughters, Mrs. Henry Black, of Buffalo, Mrs. Catherine Doyle of Utica, Mrs. Clarence Hines of Frankfort, Mrs. Harry Stillman of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Charles Fraer of Clayville.
  Friends will call at the home tomorrow afternoon and evening. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Clayville. Young & Hill are in charge of arrangements.
Byrne, Thomas Jr. - Death
5 DECEMBER 1928 - THE FULTON PATRIOT - FULTON, NY

THOS. BYRNE DIED SUDDENLY ON SATURDAY
  Another sudden death occurred in Fulton Saturday evening, about 7 o'clock, when Thomas Byrne, 58, of 419 Park avenue, after returning from his work and partaking of his evening meal, was stricken and died almost instantly.
  Mr. Byrne came to Fulton from Clayville about 35 years ago and obtained a position with the American Woolen company and for some time had held the position of cloth examiner for the company. He was at work during the day and appeared in his usual good health when he left the plant at 5 p.m. on Saturday. He did not complain and ate his supper as usual; shortly afterwards he was stricken and death followed in a few moments.
  During his many years' residence here he had made many friends, who were shocked at his sudden demise.
  He is survived by his widow, two sons, George and William Byrne; a daughter, Miss Irene Byrne, and four sisters, Mrs. Clarence Hines, Frankfort; Mrs. Harry Stillman, Chicago; Mrs. Henry Black, Buffalo, and Mrs. James Farrier, Clayville.
Byrne, T. William - Death
28 NOVEMBER 1962 - THE PALLADIUM TIMES - OSWEGO, NY

T. WILLIAM BYRNE
  FULTON - T. William Byrne, 601 West First St., former Republican supervisor of the Second Ward, died Sunday in Lee Memorial Hospital after a long illness.
  Mr. Byrne was born in Clayville and had resided in Fulton most of his life. He was retired from the Precision Sheet Metal Co. in Syracuse and formerly operated a sheet metal business in Oswego.
  Byrne served as the supervisor of the Second Ward for a long period. We was a member of the St. Joseph's Council Knights of Columbus and the Fulton Lodge of Elks. We was a communicant of Holy Family Church.
  Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Mary A. Byrne of Fulton, a brother, Postmaster George F. Byrne of Fulton; a sister, Mrs. Irene Becker of Fulton; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
  Services will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m. in the Springer funeral home and at 9:30 a.m. in the Holy Family Church. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Doyle, John - Death (Husband of Catherine Byrne-Doyle)
21 AUGUST 1905 - UTICA DAILY PRESS - UTICA, NY

John Doyle
  At his home, No. 77 Stark street, at 8:15 last evening, died John Doyle after an illness of four months. Mr. Doyle was born in Streetsville, Canada, April 3. 1863, and was educated in that country, where he also was employed in a woolen mill. 
  As a young man he came to the states and for seven years was employed in the Empire woolen mill at Clayville. Eighteen years ago he came to this city and has since been employed here in the carding department of the Globe woolen mill. He was a very industrious man and was well thought of by his associates. 
  He was greatly devoted to his family and his death will be deeply regretted by all. Mr. Doyle was a member of St. Patrick's Church and of the Holy Name Society connected with it.
  While living in Clayville he married Miss Catherine Byrnes of that place, who survives with four children. They are Miss Minnie, John, William, and Miss Helen, all of this city. He leaves also three sisters, Mrs. McLeister and Mrs. Robertson of Buffalo and Mrs. O'Connor of Toronto, and two brothers, Michael and James, who live in Canada.