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Alanson Ansley obituary

From Geneva Gazette, 27 July 1900 Mr. Alanson Ansley died at his residence No. 210 Lewis street early last Saturday morning, aged 82 years. He is survived by his widow, one son and one daughter. Most of his life was spent on a farm in the southerly portion of Geneva town; subsequently moving to Geneva and engaging in the sale of agricultural implements. He also invented and patented a potato digger which met with only a moderate sale. He was a man of temperate habits and Christian principles, and a communicant of Trinity church. Marcus Ansley of Billsborough is a younger brother. Funeral last Monday afternoon -- interment in Powers' cemetery. Rev. C.O.S. Kearton of Trinity and Rev. Dr. Hubbs of St. Peters conducted the brief burial service of the Church at the house and former concluded such service at the grave. The bearers were O.J.C. Rose, A.G. Frisbie, Charles Bean, S.H. Parker and O.H. Wright. Funeral director, Percy L.R. Lerch.

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