Mrs. Maud E. Galpin
CANDOR - Mrs. Maud E. Galpin, 80, of Candor died in Tioga General Hospital
in Waverly today, Feb. 11, 1971, after a short illness. She was a member
of Candor Congregational Church and a 50-year member of Candor Grange. She
had served as a state deputy matron in Grange, and taught in rural schools
in the Belle District in Caroline and Leight District, Candor.
Survivors include her husband Ross W. Galpin; a daughter, Mrs. Frances Zilliox
of Saranac Lake; two grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Allen Funeral Home
of Candor will announce arrangements.
Obit. Henry H. Hull b. 1822 d. Wisconsin 1911
Was known in Candor - The following is taken from a Wisconsin paper.
The deceased was a brother of the late Nathan Hull, who was a well known
and respected resident of candor.
Henry H. Hull was born in Candor, Tioga County, N.Y., in 1822, and moved
to Wisconsin in 1845, where he purchased a farm in Dodge county. In 1845
he sold his farm there, and in company with his brother-in-law, came to Buffalo,
Marquette Co., and settled on the farm where he died, June 23, 1911. He was
married to Caroline Brewster in 1852. In 1864 he enlisted as a volunteer
in Co.1, heavy artillery and served until the close of the war. He leaves
to mourn his death a wife and six children: Charles C., of Waynoka, Okla.;
Mrs. O. B. Merritt, of North Yakima, Wash.; Mrs. J. M. Scholes, of Moundville;
Mrs Nathan P., of North Yakima, Wash., and Walter B., who lives on the old
homestead. Henry M. Having died 14 years ago.
In his early life he united with the Presbyterian church in Candor, and ever
remained a faithful worker in his Master's vineyard. On coming to Wisconsin
he and his sister, Mrs. H. W. Hull, started a Sabbath school which he was
superintendent for over thirty years; he was also an elder in the Presbyterian
church of Buffalo.
He was a devoted husband, a kind and indulgent father, one whose memory will
long be cherished by those left behind. Thus closes a long life, well spent.
The funeral was held from the First Presbyterian church, of Buffalo, which
he loved so well. A large number of relatives and friends being present to
pay a last tribut to the departed one.
Why should we mourn departed friends
Or shake at death's alarm
'Tis but the voice that Jesus sends
To call them to His arms.
In Memory of Owen E. Schooley
Born at Candor, New York, February 7, 1905, Passed Away, September 4, 1977,
Funeral Services at Allen Manzer Funeral Home, Candor, New York, September
8, 1977 at 2:00 p.m., Officiating Clergyman, Rev. George S. Hunsberger, McKendree
United Methodist Church, Candor, New York, Final Resting Place, Maple Grove
Cemetery, Candor, N.Y., Arrangements by Allen-Manzer Funeral Home, Spencer,
Candor, New York.