20 OCT 2007
|Reading a series of obituaries from a single cemetery, as they are presented here, is like reading the multi-generational history of a community. These people were the local populace at a particular time. The people buried here knew each other, were neighbors, relatives and school mates. They attended church together and engaged in "trade" or business. All people are listed in alphabetic order by surname at BIRTH. Women identified by a married alias only and for whom a birth surname can not be identified, are listed on the last page for the cemetery's obituaries.|
BOSARD - MOUREY MRS. CHARLES
Wellsboro Agitator – October 6, 1926
The funeral of Mrs. Charles Mourey was held from the home on Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock; burial in the Mourey cemetery.
HOUSE Martha Eliza
Wellsboro Gazette - September 22, 1898
Little Marsh, Sept. 20 - Mrs. Daniel Mourey, of Farmington Center, died at her home ...last Thursday, aged 83 years. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ansel House and moved from Connecticut to Tioga county when a girl. She was married to Daniel Mourey in 1833 and to this union was born four children - John S. and Ira H. of Farmington; Nancy L., wife of Victor Cloos, of Little Marsh; and ? who died in infancy. John died in 1876. Thus two children and their aged father still survive the deceased. By dint of hard labor and economy Mr. and Mrs. Mourey amassed a comfortable competence and few enjoyed the society of each other better than this aged couple. Mrs. Mourey had been in feeble health for a long time but during the last she was confined to the bed and was a great sufferer. She bore her sufferings with great fortitude and looked forward to the time when she might depart to be with Him who doeth all things well. The funeral was held at the late residence of the deceased last Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. Five grandsons and one grand son-in-law acted as pall bearers. Rev. Charles Weeks officiated. The interment was in the Mourey cemetery.
Wellsboro Agitator – May 1, 1940
Mrs. Amanda Davenport, aged 84 years, of Nelson, died April 23, at 6:45 a.m., at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Cass. She was born at Ridgebury, Pa., June 8, 1855, daughter of Oscar and Doris Edgerton Larrison. On Nov. 27, 1872, she was married to Frank Davenport. In 1917 they removed to Nelson, where Mr. Davenport died June 25, 1918. She is survived by Mrs. Cass, one granddaughter, Mrs. Burton Bailey, of Red Creek, and three gret-grandchildren, Mrs. Doris Peterson, of Corning and John and Winston Phelps of Nelson. Mrs. Davenport was a member of the Nelson Methodist church and a Past Noble Grand of Eugenia Rebekah Lodge No. 465, of Nelson. The funeral was held Friday, Rev. Roland Osgood officiating; burial in the Mourey cemetery in Farmington.
Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA--Wednesday, September 3, 1919
Farmington----Friday afternoon as Charles Mourey was loading wheat he fell from the load, striking on his head and shoulders and sustaining severe injuries. He did not regain consciousness until Saturday. The accident left him blind and partially paralyzed. His many friends hope for is recovery.
Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA-- Wednesday, April 10, 1935
Charles Mouerey, aged 86 years, of Nelson, died yesterday morning at the Blossburg hospital. The funeral will be held Thursday at 2pm at the Nelson Methodist church. Mr. Mouerey had spent his entire live in Tioga county. His nearest surviving relatives are two grandchildren, Mrs. Mary West of Tioga and Ralph Seeley.
DEATH OF DANIEL MOUREY (submitted by Dale Ellen Bailey, Santa Rosa, CA)
Farmington's Oldest and Best Known Resident Called to His Final Home.
Farmington, July 31.--Daniel Mourey died last week Tuesday evening after an illness of several months. He was born in Danville, Mountour county, Pa., April 19, 1813, and therefore was in the 95th year of his age.
Mr. Mourey came to Farmington with his parents when he was 16 years of age. In 1835 he was united in marriage to Martha Eliza House and settled on the farm in this township, then a dense wilderness, where he spent the remainder of his life. Four children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Mourey, two of whom survive: Ira H. Mourey, who lives on the old homestead and faithfully cared for his father during his declining years, and Mrs. Nancy Cloos. He is also survived by one brother, Henry Mourey, of Nelson, and three sisters; Mrs. Molly Russell, of Farmington; Mrs. Effie Manley, of Albany, N.Y. and Mrs. Eliza Dailey, of Elkland, all of whom are past 75 years. Fourteen grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren also survive him.
Mr. Mourey, or "Uncle Daniel" as he was familiarly known, always enjoyed excellent health until February last, when he suffered an attack of grip, which weakened his rugged constitution. Since that time he had.............until the end came last Tuesday night. He retained all his mental faculties up to the last moment and assured his friends and relatives that he was ready to meet his Maker, and wanted to go. During his prolonged illness and suffering he was never heard to murmur or complain, but was always cheerful and perfectly resigned to the final call.
In politics Mr. Mourey was a life long Democrat and was always true to the principles of his party. He was a man of sterling qualities and was looked up to with respect by all who knew him, and he had a wide acquaintance in this section of the country. Mr. Mourey was frequently consulted by his friends and neighbors when they wanted a word of advice or counsel. He was kind and generous and never refused to aid or assist the needy or deserving. Uncle Daniel Mourey was truly a good man.
Funeral services were held at the house on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the large attendance of friends and neighbors was evidence of the esteem and respect in which the deceased was held. The services were conducted by Mrs. Alice Snyder, assisted by Rev. Charles Weeks, of Osceola. Interment in the Mourey cemetery.
MOUREY HENRY SANDERS
Wellsboro Agitator – February 15, 1922
Nelson, Feb. 14 – Henry Sanders Mourey, aged 94 years, died Feb. 8 from paralysis. He was among the first settlers of this vicinity. The funeral was held Feb. 11; burial in the Mourey cemetery. He was born in Danville, Pa., Oct. 3, 1827, a son of Peter and Betsy Mourey, and had resided here about 40 years. On Nov. 23, 1850, he married Adeline C. Baxter, who died five years ago. Their six children – Eva, Martha, Floyd, Milford, Eugene and Alfred, are all dead. Mr. Mourey is survived by a granddaughter, Mrs. Pearl Wise, of Elmira, and a great grandson, Henry Mourey Wise, also of Elmira.
Westfield Free Press – Thursday, January 11, 1900
Death – Farmington
Isaac Mourey died December 29, 1899. He was about 50 years old. Survived by two daughters and brother, Will Mourey of Rock Stream, N.Y.
MOUREY MARY E
Wellsboro Agitator – May 12, 1926
Nelson, May 10 – The funeral of Mrs. Mary Chamberlain was held at the Methodist church Friday afternoon, Rev. F. G. Bernard, of Pulteney, formerly pastor of the M. E. church assisted by Rev. Mr. Marquis, pastor of the M. E. church officiating. She had many friends in this place. The beautiful flowers and the largely attendance funeral told of the love and esteem in which she was held. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Seamans sang two beautiful hymns. She was laid to rest in the Mourey cemetery in Farmington.
Wellsboro Agitator –May 12, 1926
-- Mrs. Mary E. Chamberlain died last Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. S. Edwards, in Elmira, aged 77 years. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. A. J. Odle, of Osceola; Mrs. F. D. Sutliff, of Addison; three sons, Charles W., of Orlando, Fla.; Benjamin C. of Corning, and William H. of Elmira; a sister, Mrs. Arthur Stevens, of Nelson; two brothers, Charles W. Mourey, of Farming, and Richard M. Johnson, of Elmira. The funeral was held at the M. E. church at Nelson Friday at 2 p.m.; burial in the Mourey cemetery at Farmington.
Wellsboro Agitator – July 10, 1935
Miss Henrietta Russell, aged 32 years, four days, of Farmington, died at her home June 29; burial in the Mourey cemetery, July 2. She was born in Farmington June 25, 1853, daughter of Jonathan and Mary Russell, and spent her entire life there. She was a good neighbor and friend and always ready to help in sickness or distress. Surviving are one brother, William Russell, of Farmington; three nephews, Floyd J. Doane, of Farmington; Nelson W. Doane, of Corning, and Clarence O. Doane, of Melbourne, Australia, also two nieces, Mrs. Lola Anderson, and Mrs. Vera Eden, both of New York.
Wellsboro Agitator –February 13, 1946
The funeral of William Russell, aged 89 years, of Farmington, who died Feb. 8, at the home of Floyd Doan, was held at the Reformed Methodist church in Farmington, Feb. 11; burial in the Mourey cemetery in Farmington.