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David TABER was born July 31st 1815.
Matilda SMITH was born March 8th 1816.
Catharine TABER was born Jan 18th 1843.
Matilda TABER was born Sept 28th 1846.
Margaret JOHNSON was born Apr 5th 1805.
Sarah DICKERSON was born July 19th 1816.
Nelson SMITH was born January 14 1809.
Matilda TABER Sept 28 - 1846.
Luella D. SMITH Oct. 22 - 1873.
Lillian SMITH Nov. 25 - 1881 at Cayutaville N.Y.
David TABER and Matilda SMITH were married Jan 1st 1842.
David TABER and Margaret JOHNSON were married Nov 11th 1847.
David TABER and Sarah DICKERSON were married Feb. 12th 1859.
Matilda TABER died Sept 28th 1846.
Catharine TABER died June 1st 1858.
Nelson SMITH Oct-14-1890.
Matilda SMITH Nov. 8-1905.
Luella D. DICKENS July 19, 1954.
in Tomp Co. Mem. Hospital
Lillian Smith DICKENS
died on Sept. 7, 1968
in Ithaca, N.Y. at home.
Burial in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Margaret JOHNSON TABER died may 17th 1858.
David TABER died Feb. 25th 1873.
Sarah DICKERSON TABOR died May 27th 1878.
After a life of toil and sacrifice, about a quarter of a century of which was spent in the gospel ministry, Rev. A. C. WILEY has passed away at sixty-three years of age. The immediate and final cause was cancer on the liver, from which he was a patient sufferer for the past four months, his health having been in a failing condition for a number of years.
Brother WILEY had lived a life of humble yet sincere faith and piety and, as a pastor, has been universally loved and followed by the flocks he has shepherded.
Brother WILEY's first pastorate was in the Tioga River Christian Conference, where his faithful labors led to his being called to the pastorate at Newark, N.Y. Subsequently he served the churches at Searsburg, Trumbulls Corners, and Plainville, N.Y. At the latter place he operated for three years after closing his pastorate there, then he was recalled to the Trumbulls Corners church and undertook a work which proved too difficult for his strength. After his last illness came upon him he tried repeatedly to occupy his pulpit, but had to submit to the ruling of his Lord and King.
Besides Mrs. WILEY, his wife, one son, three daughters, and three grandchildren, he leaves an aged mother, a brother, one or more sisters, and other relatives. His departure is keenly felt by these and by a host of people in the communities where he has lived and labored.
As a young man Brother WILEY served his country as a soldier in one of the expeditions which the Government sent into the far West. He was also a member of the I.O.F.M. Numerous members of his local lodge at Baldwinsville, N.Y., journeyed by auto to Newark where they joined with the lodge of that place in conducting the services at the grave.
The writer would like to have given a fuller and more perfect account of the life and labors of the departed brother, but Mrs. WILEY's health is delicate and many relatives and friends were at the elder daughter's home where the services were held, so that complete and accurate information could not well be obtained. His remains lie peacefully at rest in the beautiful cemetery at Newark, N.Y., where is located the first of the New York Central Christian churches which he so faithfully served. He made all arrangements for his funeral, and the fact that the writer was chosen to officiate on that occasion is the best possible testimony of the friendship which years of labor in the common cause have strengthened.
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1880 United States Federal Census Records show:
Catherine, Schuyler County, NY, Page 269B
Nelson SMITH, age 41, born NY, Farmer, parents born NY.
Matilda SMITH, wife, age 33, born NY, father born RI, mother born NY.
Luella D. SMITH, dau, age 6, born NY, At School, parents born NY.
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