Selected Families and Individuals


Kenneth HOCKEY

1  CMNT Of Naumberg

Darwin S. POTTER

Obituary:  CROGHAN---The funeral for Darwin S. Potter, 43, Pensacola, Fla., formerly of Croghan, who died Monday in University Hospital, Pensacola, was Friday at 2 p.m. at the Scanlon Funeral Home with Rev. Bruce Chapman, pastor of the Beaver
Falls United Methodist Church, officiating.  Spring burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Beaver Falls.

    Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lynn Simmons Potter; a son, Timothy, 9; two daughters, Deanna, 7, and Melody, 5; his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Potter, Croghan; three sisters, Mrs. John (Joyce) Ackley, Central Square, Mrs. J. Edward (Elsie)
Berry, Rodman, and Mrs. Kenneth (Yvonne) Hockey, Carthage.  A brother, Raymond, died Jan. 9, 1976.

    Born in Clayton May 17, 1934, son of Raymond and Pearl Plantz Potter, he married Lynn Simmons of Pierrepont Manor Aug. 24, 1963, in the Methodist Church in Adams.

    The family resided in Chesapeake Bay, Va., for about three years before coming to Croghan where they resided for about 15 months.  They then moved to Pensacola where Mr. Potter was self-employed.

Raymond I. POTTER

1  CMNT His Mother's Obit. Says He Died 26 May 1976

Obituary:  CROGHAN---Raymond I. Potter, 27, Pennellville, a native of this community, died Monday at the Community General Hospital in Syracuse, where he had been a patient for three weeks.  He had been suffering from a lengthy illness.

    The funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home in Phoenix.  Burial will be in the Pennellville Cemetery.

    Calling hours will be held at the funeral home, Wednesday from 7 to 9 and Thrusday  from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9.

    He is survived by his wife, the former Penny Root; his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Potter, Croghan; three sisters, Mrs. John Ackley, Central Square, Mrs. John Berry, Rodman, and Mrs. Kenneth Hockey, Carthage; and one brother, Darwin F.
Potter, Florida.

    Born in Croghan, Mr. Potter was a former resident of Elmira and Baldwinsville, moving to Pennellville three years ago.  He was employed by the Syracuse Development Center in the maintenance department.  He was a member of the state rod and
gun club and the Central Square Grange.


Obituary from Watertown Daily Times of 8 April 1999:  DEPAUVILLE--The funeral for William J. Schnauber, 80, Depauville, will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Depauville United Methodist Church with the Rev. Joseph A. DeGroote, pastor, officiating.
Burial will be in St. Lawrence Cemetery, town of Cape Vincent.

    Mr. Schnauber died Tuesday afternoon at his home.  He has been in ill health.

    Calling hours are 5 to 8:30 p.m. today at T. R. Jetty Funeral Home, Clayton.

    Mr. Schnauber was a farmer for more than 21 years.  He was also a carpenter and retired in 1976 from Wingerath Bros., Clayton.

    Born Jan. 5, 1919, in the town of Clayton, son of William and Jessie Garnsey Schnauber, he was a 1936 graduate of Clayton High School.

    He married Cornelia Henry on Dec. 28, 1940, at the Clayton home of her parents with the Rev. Albert Walker officiating.  The Schnaubers were members of the River Rovers Travel Club.

    An avid sportsman, Mr. Schnauber especially enjoyed big game hunting and fishing.

    He was a member of Depauville United Methodist Church and a past member of the Depauville Volunteer Fire Department and the Masons.  He was also the former secretary-treasurer of the Depauville Fire District, a position he held for 17

    Surviving besides his wife, former Clayton village clerk, are three sons, William H. and Francis G., both of Rochester, and Lynn P., Depauville; two daughters, Linda A. Schnauber, Depauville, and Mrs. Randy (Donna L.) Iloff, Clayton; 12
grandchildren, five great-granddaughters and a great-grandson.

    Six siblings died before him.

    Donations may be made to Hospsice of Jefferson County, Clayton Volunteer Ambulance Fund or the Depauville Volunteer Fire Department.