Articles (Shake Branch)
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Herbold-Loughlin-Shake, Mina - Death
24 JULY 1953 - UTICA DAILY PRESS
Mrs. Mina Shake
Sherrill - Mrs. Mina Loughlin Shake, 80, of 129 Chapel St. died July 21, 1953 in Oneida City Hospital, where she had been a patient eight days.
Born in Stacy Basin May 28, 1873, she had resided in Sherrill 25 years. She was a communicant of St. Helena's Church and a member of the Altar-Rosary Society.
She leaves a daughter Miss Ellen Loughlin at home; two sons, Eugene Loughlin, Stockbridge, and Albert Shake, Sherrill; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Herbold, Mrs. Bertha Britt, both of Verona, and Mrs. Ada Dodtrell, McConneisville; and two brothers, Charles Herbold, Rome and Herbert Herbold, Brentwood, L.I.
The funeral will be at 9 a.m. today from the Charles H. Williams Funeral Home, and at 9:30 from St. Helen's Church, with the Rev. Raymond Foley officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Irish Ridge.
Loughlin, Eugene - Death
17 JULY 1959 - UTICA DAILY PRESS
Verona - Eugene (Spike) Loughlin, 54, of Verona RD 2, died Wednesday at his home.
Born in Brooklyn, Mr. Loughlin was a life resident of the Oneida area and was employed at the Oneida Ltd, 14 years.
He then became sexton of the Stockbridge Cemetery several years. He was recently employed at the Vibro-Cass Vault of Chittenango.
He is survived by his wife and a daughter, Abby, at home; a half-brother, Albertus Shake of Rome; two aunts, Mrs. Bertha Britt and Miss Emma Herbold of Verona and an uncle, Herbert Herbold of Verona.
The funeral will be at 2 today from the Fiore Funeral Home, 303 Main St., the Rev. E. F. Mellott, First Congregational Church, officiating.
The body will be taken to the Waterville Crematory.
Shake-Allen, Mary - Death
08 DECEMBER 1899 - ILION CITIZEN
Dec 4 - Mrs. Mary K. Allen died at her home in this place Tuesday morning last of consumption, aged 38 years, 2 months and 25 days. Deceased was born in Rome, Oneida county, where she resided until about 14 years ago. She leaves to mourn her departure a husband, Geo. W. Allen, and eight children from 3 to 16 years of age, also a father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Shake, five brothers and two sisters of Rome, N.Y. The funeral was held Friday, Dec 1 at the family residence. Rev. Mr. Hyde of Norway, officiating. Interment is Sliproad cemetery. The bearers were three brothers and a cousin.
Shake-Hoffert, Carrie - Death
09 FEBRUARY 1961 - UTICA OBSERVER DISPATCH
MRS. FRANK HOFFERT
Mrs. Carrie Hoffert, 79, of 132 Louisa St. Utica died Tuesday evening in St. Luke's Memorial Hospital Center after a three week illness.
She was born April 30, 1881 in New London, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shake.
She was married to Frank Hoffert in Rome. The couple purchased the John Rhinebeck farm in Prussian Settlement near West Leyden when they resided for several years. They later sold this farm and bought the Joseph Stabb farm at Sunset Corners near West Leyden. They operated this farm until Mr. Hoffert died on March 20, 1927.
For the past eight years, Mrs. Hoffert had resided in Utica.
She was a member of SS Peter and Paul's Church, Fish Creek.
She leaves eight daughters, Mrs. Raymond Hinds, Lynn, Mass; Miss Mary Hoffert, Caselton; Mrs. Leo Olney, Rome; Miss Bertha Hoffert, Utica; Mrs. Henry Rimiller, West Leydon; Mrs. Earl Parsons, Syracuse; Miss Theresa Hoffert, Utica, and Miss Margaret Hoffert, Rome; two sons, Raymond A., Mohawk Hill, and Ervin J., West Leyden; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be at 9:15 Saturday from the Trainor Funeral Home, Boonville, and at 10 from St. Mary's Church, West Leyden, with the Rev. John W. Canning, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in SS Peter and Paul's Cemetery, Fish Creek.
Shake-Hoffert, Carrie - Funeral Card
07 FEBRUARY 1961
Mrs. Carrie Hoffert
West Leyden, N.Y.
Born April 30, 1881
Died February 7, 1961
Shake-Russi, Catherine - Death
25 JUNE 1954 - UTICA OBSERVER DISPATCH
MRS. CATHERINE RUSSI
Rome - Mrs. Catherine Russi, 79, of 131 W. Liberty, died June 24, 1954, in a local hospital where she had been a patient for six weeks.
She was born in Greenway, Aug. 14, 1874, the daughter of Sebastian and Harrient Woltzmuth Shake.
Mrs. Russi, who was the widow of William Russi, resided in Rome most of her life.
She leaves a daughter, Miss Viola Russi, Utica; a son, Marvin Russi; a sister, Mrs. Cecelia Barnes, a brother, Michael Shake, all of Rome, and several nieces and nephews.
The funeral will be at 2 tomorrow from the Griffin & Aldridge Funeral Home. Burial will be in Churchville.
Shake-Barnes, Cecelia - Death
26 OCTOBER 1967
Mrs. Barnes Dies at Home At Age of 91
Mrs. Cecelia Barnes, 91, of 519 Millbrook Road, died today at home after a long illness.
She was born Aug 24, 1876, in Rome, the daughter of Sebastian and Henrietta Wolzmuth Shake, and was educated in Rome schools. In 1906 she was married to Lewis Austin, who died in 1900. Her second marriage, in 1914 was to Charles Barnes, who died Dec 13, 1935.
Mrs. Barnes was a member of St. Mary's Church.
Surviving are two daughters, Miss Lula Austin, Rome and Mrs. Mae Guernsey, Fulton; two sons Henry and Charles Barnes, both of Rome. Another son, Bernard Austin died June 1, 1961. Also surviving are six grandchildren and 30 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at the Martin J. Nunn Funeral Home, Saturday at 8:45 am and at 9:15 in St. Mary's Church.
Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9 and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9.
Shake, David - Death
7 JANUARY 1914
Rome, Jan. 7 - David Shake died Monday night at this home at Plains., west of Rome, aged 44 years. He was born at Blackman's Corners an had always lived in this vicinity. Surviving are four brothers and two sisters. Frank of ??, Michael who lives at home, Joseph of Verona, and George of Oneida, and Mrs. Celia Austin and Mrs. Kate Russi of Rome. Mr. Shake was a member of St. Mary's Church of this city.
Shake, Frank - Wedding
1 MARCH 1910
SHAKE - LOUGHLIN
Rome, Feb. 28 - Frank Shake and Miss Minnie Loughlin of the Willet House Block were married at 5:30 this afternoon at the parsonage of the Baptist Church 400 North George street by Rev. Alfred E. Alton. The attending couple was Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Blitt. The bride and groom will continue their residence here.
Shake, Frank - Death
7 JULY 1950
Sherrill - Frank Shake, 129 Chappel St., died July 6, 1950 in a Rome Hospital.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Mina Herbold Shake; a son, Albertus, Sherrill; a stepson, Eugene Loughlin, Stockbridge; a step-daughter, Ellen Loughlin, Sherrill; two sisters, Mrs. Gerald Barnes and Mrs. Katherine Russi, Rome; three brothers, Michael, Rome, Joseph, Durhamville, and George, Syracuse.
The funeral will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow from the Charles H. Williams Funeral Home, Sherrill and at 9:30 from St. Helena's Church. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Irish Ridge.
Shake-Baltzer, Josephine - Death
24 JANUARY 1896 - ROME (Semi-Weekly) CITIZEN - ROME, NY
MRS. JOSEPH BALTZER
Josephine, wife of Joseph Baltzer, died at her home, 715 Calvert street, Wednesday afternoon, aged 37 years, consumption being the cause of death. Besides her husband, she leaves two small children; also three sisters, Mrs. Mary Allen, who lives near Little Falls, Misses Celia and Kate Shake of Rome, and five brothers, David, Michael, Joseph, Frank, and George of Rome.
Shake, Michael - Death
13 AUGUST 1957
MICHAEL SHAKE, 85, NATIVE OF ROME
Rome - Michael Shake, 85, of 529 Millbrook Rd., died Aug. 12, 1958 in a Rome hospital after a long illness.
He was born March 17, 1872, in Rome, son of Sebastian and Harriet Wolzmuth Shake. He had lived in Rome the past seven years and prior to that in the Town of Rome where he operated a farm.
Mr. Shake was a communicant of St. Mary's Church.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Charles L. Barnes, Rome; several nieces and nephews.
The funeral will be from the Martin J. Nunn Funeral Home and from St. Mary's Church at a time to be announced. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today and tomorrow.
Shake, Sebastian - Accident
5 JULY 1895 - Rome Evening Citizen
He was Thrown From a Load of Hay to the Ground
Jones Sebastian Shake, a farmer, aged 62 years, living about four miles west of this city, on the Erie canal, was thrown violently to the ground from his hay wagon Thursday morning, his horses having became unmanageable. He suffered a sever concussion of the spine, which rendered the lower portion of his body motionless. Dr. Flandrau was summoned and through his efforts the injured man is a little improved today. His recovery is doubtful.
6 JULY 1895 - Rome Evening Citizen
The condition of Jones Sebastian Shake, the aged farmer who sustained serious injuries by being thrown from a wagon Thursday morning, remains without material change.
9 JULY 1895 - Utica Weekly Herald
His Lower Limbs Paralyzed
Jones Sebastian Shake, a farmer aged 62 years, living about four miles west of Rome, on the Erie canal, was thrown violently to the ground from his hay wagon Thursday morning, his horses having become unmanageable. He suffered a severe concussion of the spine, which rendered the lower portion of his body motionless.
15 JULY 1895 - Rome Evening Citizen
Mr. Shake, who was so seriously injured on the Fourth by his horse running away and throwing him from the hay rake backward, is considerably improved. He is now able to stand on his feet for a short time.
Shake, Sebastian - Death
26 FEBRUARY 1901 - The Rome Citizen
East Verona, Feb 25 - The death of Sebastian Shake, aged 69 years, of heart trouble, occurred at his home here on Saturday. The deceased was a well known and respected resident of this place, having lived here for many years. He is survived by a wife and seven children. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 10a.m. from St. Mary's church, Rome.
Walzmuth-Shake, Harriet - Death
26 JANUARY 1904
(this article is located on the page of Wolzmuth Family articles)
Walzmuth-Shake, Harriet - Death
26 JANUARY 1904 - UTICA DAILY PRESS
(this article is located on the page of Wolzmuth Family articles)