Individual Notes

Note for:   John J. Aylesworth,   OCT 1851 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Date:   1899
     Place:   Lumberman with Aylesworth Bros.

Individual Note:
     From History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania, 1883.

John Aylesworth is the elder of the firm of Aylesworth Bros. He was born in Maryland, Otsego county N.Y. and his wife was Miss Anna Davis, of Morris Run, Pa. In 1873 he came to Blossburg and commenced business as proprietor of the Blossburg meat market, which is now carried on by him and his brother Delevan. The firm does a large business and employs several men.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Delevan F. Aylesworth,   FEB 1854 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Date:   1899
     Place:   Lumberman with Aylesworth Bros.

Individual Note:
     From History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania, 1883.

Delevan F. Aylesworth, the younger of the firm of Aylesworth Bros., was born in 1853, in Rutland, Tioga county. He married Miss Martha Evans, of Blossburg. In 1878 he and his brother John formed a copartnership and they have since carried on the Blossburg Meat Market.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Frank Burdett Rose,   28 NOV 1852 - FEB 1928         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Tinsmith

Burial:   
     Place:   Oneida, NY

Individual Note:
     From the Crawford County Avalanche.

1881-09-08 - "Any one desiring the services of a taxidermist, should call upon Mr. F. B. Rose, of this village, as he is an expert in the art of stuffing birds and animals."

1882-07-06 - "Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown and Mr. Frank Rose furnished excellent music for the dancing party."

1882-08-31 - "The total number of school children in Grayling, as shown by the enumeration lately taken by Mr. Frank Rose, is 103."

1882-10-26 - "The infant children of Mr. Frank Rose and Mr. J. C. Evans have been and are yet seriously ill, but were reported better last evening."

1882-11-23 - "Mr. Frank B. ROSE departed for Roscommon yesterday, to be absent all winter if things turn out as represented. Sorry to lose you, Frank."

1883-02-08 - "Little" Frank Rose is down with the chicken-pox, also his nephew, Master Evans. Frank should have passed such troubles twenty years ago."

1883-03-08 - "Mr. Frank B. ROSE received a telegram Monday from Oneida, N.Y. announcing the sad news of the death of his youngest son, little Harley, on Sunday, March 4th. The little fellow has suffered for a long time. Mrs. ROSE and her remaining son, Master Charley, are expected home next week."

1883-04-19 - "Mr. Frank Rose with his family have moved on to his farm just over the line in Frederic township. We predict for Frank a successful future in growing beets, turnips and lettuce."

1883-10-18 - "ESTRAY NOTICE. Came into the enclosure of the subscriber Oct. 13th a cow, about 8 years old, giving milk, fair size, a kind of brindle, red, mouse color. The owner is requested to prove property, pay charges, and take her away. Frank B. Rose Sec.36, t27n, 4w."

1884-05-25 -"F. B. Rose is running the tug engine on Portage Lake."

1885-01-08 - "F. B. Rose has just finished mounting a deer’s head for W. Alger, who killed the “varmint” this fall. It is one of the finest specimens we ever saw and is put up in grand style."

1893-02-09 - "A letter from Frank ROSE, dated at South Butler, N. Y., conveys the sad intelligence of the death of his brother-in-law, Charles VIELE, who will be remembered by many of our citizens as a most estimable young man. His death was caused by an accident in the factory where he was at work."

From the Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle.

August 20, 1896 - "Frank B. Rose, a tinsmith in William Pasco's hardware store in South Butler, was bitten through the arm near the hand by a dog which Mr. Pasco had recently had sent him. On Tuesday the animal had escaped from the owner and Mr. Rose who was taking him back, was the victim of his anger. Dr. W.J. Coppernoll treated the wounds. The dog, it is said, was known to be vicious when sent to South Butler."

March 21, 1898 - "EXCITEMENT AND BURNING OIL. Three South Butler Man Seriously Burned by an Explosion in a Repair Shop.
     Saturday morning while Frank B. Rose, a tinsmith, was at work in the hardware store of W.M. Pasco, at South Butler. Henry Wetmore went in to have some repairs made on a machine used for burning old paint from buildings. Through some defect in the can an explosion occurred and the burning oil was thrown through the room.
     Both men rushed out doors, their clothes blazing. Bystanders succeeded in extinguishing the flames by rolling the men in the mud and water of the road. Mr. Rose was the more severely burned of the two, the flesh on his hands being nearly cooked and his face badly scorched. Mr. Wetmore's burns were only on his hands. Charles Carkner, who drives the Butler Center stage, was present when the explosion occurred and had his hair and eyebrows singed. The damage to the building was slight."

Individual Notes

Note for:   Martha Evans,   AUG 1855 -          Index

Individual Note:
     From the Wellsboro Agitgator.

September 28, 1904 - "Mrs. Wm. F. Aylesworth and children, and, Mrs. D. F. Aylesworth of Blossburg, are visiting Brooklyn, N.Y. relatives."

Individual Notes

Note for:   William D. Aylesworth,   MAY 1868 - APR 1949         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Constable, Butcher

Occupation:   
     Date:   1930
     Place:   Meat cutter

Burial:   
     Date:   4 APR 1949
     Place:   Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, NY


Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles Asa Rose,   27 SEP 1880 - 1926         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Tinsmith

Occupation:   
     Place:   Plumber

Individual Note:
     From the Lyons Republican (Lyons, NY)

September 3, 1926 - "Charles Rose and daughter Seraphine of Oneida were dinner guests at D.C. Wheeler's Thursday. Master Viele Rose who has been visiting here with his mother, returned home with them. Charles Rose was called back here Friday because of the illness of his wife."

Individual Notes

Note for:   Dewitt W. Rose,   14 MAY 1906 - 6 FEB 1969         Index

Occupation:   
     Date:   1930
     Place:   Hotel Clerk

Burial:   
     Place:   St. Patrick's Cemetery


Individual Notes

Note for:   James Rose,    -          Index

Alias:   /Jim/


Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles Richard Rose,    -          Index

Alias:   /Chuck/


Individual Notes

Note for:   Elizabeth Skidmore Wheeler,   ABT 1886 - 31 JAN 1963         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, NY


Individual Notes

Note for:   Seraphine E. Rose,   2 JUL 1908 - 31 OCT 1999         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Physical education teacher

Burial:   
     Place:   Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida, NY

Individual Note:
     From the Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), November 2, 1999.

"Seraphine E. Rose, 91 of 224 Lenox Ave., Onedia, died Sunday at Oneida Healthcare Center Extended Care Facility. She was born in Oneida. She retired in 1968 as a physical education teacher at Bedford Hiss School. She was a member of the New York State Retired Teachers Association and a former member of the board of directors of Hazel Carpenter Home, Oneida. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Oneida.

Services to be announced. Burial, Glenwood Cemetery, Oneida. No calling hours. Coolican-McSweeny Funeral Home, Oneida, has arrangements."