Gentile, Bartholomew  (Oswego Palladium Times, 31 Jul 1928)

Bartholomew Gentile died at the family home, 72 East Van Buren street this morning. Mr. Gentile had resided in this city for upwards of 34 years.
He conducted a fruit establishment in East Bridge street and was later employed at the Oswego Industries Company.


Surviving are his widow and three sons, John and Albert Gentile, Oswego; Frank Gentile, Fulton; six daughters, Mrs. Martha Falanga, Fulton, Mrs. Anna Tino, Mrs. Louis Pasquale, Mrs. Catherine Boni, Miss Rose and Marion Gentile, this city; also 20 grandchildren and one great grandchild.


Gentile, Bartholomew  (Oswego Palladium Times, 3 Aug 1928)

The funeral of Bartholomew Gentile was held this morning from the family home, 72 East Van Buren street at 2 o’clock and at St. Joseph’s church at 2:30 o’clock where a high mass of requiem was celebrated by the Rev. Naserino Gambini. The bearers were four grandson, Angelo Bart, John and Joseph Falanga, John Natoli and Joseph Lomote. Burial was made in St. Paul’s cemetery.


Gentile, Mary Ann  (Oswego Palladium Times, 12 Mar 1935)

An illness of several weeks ended in the death at Oswego Hospital Tuesday morning of Mrs. Mary Ann Gentile, widow of Bartholomew Gentile.


Mrs. Gentile was born in Germany and came to Oswego 41 years ago.
Among her friends and neighbors, she was held in the highest regard.


Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Anthony Zeno, Mrs. Thomas Pasquale, Mrs. Andrew Boni, Mrs. Joseph Furnari and Miss Rosalie Gentile; three sons, John, Frank and Albert Gentile, Oswego; one sister, Mrs. Joseph Michalski, Amsterdam, one brother, Stephen Kaczmerck, Schenectady; also 20 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.


Gill, Mrs. Frank J.  (Oswego Palladium Times, 3 Aug 1928)

The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Gill, wife of Frank J. Gill, which occurred shortly after 1 o’clock today at the family home, ** Ontario street, will occasion a feeling of sorrow to her many friends in this city.


Mrs. Gill’s illness dates over a period of several months and although everything possible was done, medical attention and loving care proved insufficient and she failed rapidly to the end.


Mrs. Gill was born in this city, where she spent her entire life. She was a communicant of St. Mary’s church and was a member of its societies. She was kindly and helpful in her neighborly relations and was regarded by all who knew her in the highest esteem.


Surviving, besides her husband, is one son, Edmund F. Gill; two brothers, Edward Doyle, Flint, Mich., and James Doyle, this city; one sister, Mrs. Anna Greene of Buffalo, N. Y.


Glassford, William R.  (Dain Funeral Home Records)

Born:  Oswego
Died:  30 Jun 1890
Age:  3 Weeks
Funeral:  Residence
Cemetery:  Riverside
Ordered By:  Edward Glassford
Charged To:


Golden, Edward  (Dain Funeral Home Records)

Born:  Ireland
Died:  30 Jun 1890
Funeral:  St. Paul's
Cemetery:  St. Paul's
Ordered By:  Sons
Charged To:  Sons



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