Baker, Lena May  (Oswego Daily Times, 7 Apr 1890)

BAKER—In this city, April 6, 1890, Lena May, daughter of Adelbert and Myrtess Baker, aged * months and 10 days.  Funeral took place to—day from parents' residence at 2 p.m.


Baltes, Andrew F.  (Dain Funeral Home Records)

Born:  Oswego
Died:  16 Aug 1890
Funeral:  St. Paul's
Cemetery:  St. Paul's
Ordered By:  Andrew Baltes
Charged To:  Andrew Baltes


Barry, James  (Oswego Daily Times, 17 Apr 1890)

BARRY—At Oswego, N. Y. April 16, 1890, James Barry, in his 89th year. Funeral at St. Mary’s church Friday, April 18th at 9:30 a.m. Friends are invited. Burial private.


Bartley, Warren  (Dain Funeral Home Records)

Died:  20 Jul 1890
Age: 1—6—0
Funeral:  Residence
Cemetery:  Riverside
Ordered By:  Henry Bartley
Charged To:  Henry Bartley


Bennett, Artemus W.  (Dain Funeral Home Records)

Died:  19 Aug 1890
Age: 32—0—0
Funeral:  Residence
Cemetery:  Riverside
Ordered By:
Charged To:


Boss, Janet  (Oswego Daily Times, 12 Apr 1890)

BOSS—In this city, April 11, 1890, Janet Scotland, wife of the late David Boss, aged 87 years. Funeral from her late residence No. ** East Utica street, Monday at 2:00 p.m. Friends are invited.


Button, Olive (Northern Christian Advocate, 1 Apr 1886)

Mrs. Olive Button, wife of Horace Button, died January 1, 1886, at the residence of her son David, in Vermillion, Oswego County, New York, aged 68 years.  Sister Button was converted at the age of sixteen years.  During the half century she had been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, she had been a "lively member" of the same, possessing profoun conceptions of Christian duty, priviledge and graces, together with a faith that brought to her a "great salvation."  These combined to make her a power in the church and a cheering light in the home.  Her last years were years of great suffering and yet the "the Lord did not forsake her."  Her aged husband and several children and grandchildren, most of whom she had seen born in the kingdom, receive a most precious legacy, the memory and example of a ripe Christian experience to be their guiding star, whose genial rays will forevermore proclaim "The good die not."


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