These are from my great grandmother's house. She was adopted by Jessie and Mary Alida (Chase) Hurlburt. Jesse's parents were Ansley Hurlburt and Jane Marcy. Leicester, Perry, and Naples are in NY.
JANE MARCY HURLBURT
Jane Marcy Hurlburt died Sept. 24, 1913, at the home of her brother, Wilbur Marcy. She was ill only a few hours, of angina pectoris.
She was a daughter of John and Prudence Marcy and was born on June 17th, 1842, in the town of Leicester. On Sept. 15th, 1868, she was married to Ansley Hurlburt, who preceded her to the better land ten years ago last June.
Her nearest surviving relatives are her one son, Jesse A. Hurlburt of Perry; and a son and a daughter of her husband's former marriage, to whom she filled a mother's place, Edgar Hurlburt and Mrs. Celinda Scott, both of Warsaw.
Two brothers and one sister also survive: Charles Marcy of Naples, N. Y.; Wilbur J. Marcy, and Mrs. Charles Hurlburt of Perry.
A woman of sterling worth, of kindly deeds, an ever ready helping hand, her work is done. She has reached "that land where tired feet, with sandals loosed, may rest."
Services were held last Friday at 2 p.m., at her brother's home, conducted by Rev. William Robinson. Interment was in the family lot at West Perry.
Mrs. Achsah Stowe, who has been in failing health for several months past, died of heart disease last Friday at the home of her brother, Wilbur Marcy, near West Perry. Her age was 81 years.
Mrs. Stowe was born at Bristol, N. Y. where her youth was spent. On Sept. 1st, 1860, she was married to Elisha Stowe, who enlisted in the Civil War and passed away in 1865.
For several years past she has resided in Perry, where she has made her home with her brother. She also leaves another brother, Charles Marcy of Naples, N. Y.; one son and one daughter, S. E. Stowe and Mrs. C. B. Houghton, of Perry; two sisters, Mrs. Ansley Hurlburt and Mrs. Charles Hurlburt, of Perry.
Funeral services were held at 1 o'clock last Monday afternoon at the home of her brother, Wilbur Marcy, conducted by Rev. H. A. Waite. Interment was at the cemetery in West Perry.
Naples, Aug. 4-Mrs. Emma T. Marcy died at her home in Main street yesterday. Mrs. Marcy was the daughter of Morgan and Julia Taylor and was born May 24, 1845. She married Charles Marcy, who survives her, in 1860 and had spent her entire married life in Naples. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Adelbert Coons and Mrs. Edwin C. Cornish, both of Naples, one sister, Mrs. Sarah Hazen, of Titusville, Pa., and one brother, Louis Taylor of Hillsdale, Mich.
Funeral services will be held at her late home tomorrow at 2 o'clock. Rev. Walter C. Glasier, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, will officiate and intermet will be in Rose Ridge cemetery.