The Reymonda Family Of Morehouseville
Part 3 of 3

By Joanne Murray with years of extensive research by William Kerr
Photos from Elaine Scantlebury

Jacob and Mary Ann Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock had 10 children:

4.1  Frederick W. Tetlock was born in 1869 in NY to Jacob and Mary Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock. He died 12 March 1871 at the age of 2 years, 21 days and was buried in the Morehouse Methodist Church Cemetery.

4.2  Anna Tetlock was born in 1872 in New York to Jacob and Mary Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock and she died 30 August 1951. She married in 1897 Albert Eugene Flansburg, son of Francis Joseph and Cassandra (Conklin) Flansburg. He was born 27 April 1870 in Wilmurt, Herkimer Co., NY and died 8 September 1942. Albert was a dairy farmer in the town of Russia. They are both buried in Prospect Cemetery, Oneida Co., NY.

Albert Eugene and Anna (Tetlock) Flansburg had 2 children:

4.2.a  Merle George Flansburg was born 1900 in Herkimer Co., NY and died 14 January 1944.

4.2.b  Leo M. Flansburg was born 20 April 1903 in Herkimer Co., NY and died 12 April 1979 in Remsen, Oneida Co., NY. He married Harriet Munn who died in 1961. They had two children.

4.3  Ella E. Tetlock was born August 1873 in NY to Jacob and Mary Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock and she died 3 May 1955. She married 28 June 1897 in Ohio, Herkimer Co., NY Frederick C. Wagner, son of Charles and Mary Cornelia (Flansburg) Wagner. He was born February 1875 in NY and died 2 December 1949. In 1910, Fred and Ella were living in the town of Russia, Herkimer Co., in the home of Ella's sister and brother-in-law, Anna and Albert Flansburg. By 1920 they had moved to Herkimer, Herkimer Co., where Fred worked in a factory and Ella was employed in a cotton mill. In 1930, still in Herkimer, Fred was employed as an oiler in a desk factory.

Frederick C. and Ella E. (Tetlock) Wagner had 2 children:

4.3.a  Marjorie Wagner was born August 1899

4.3.b  Charles J. Wagner was born 1904 in NY. He married in 1927, 'Letha' (?). She was born in 1907 in NY. Charles and 'Letha' had one child in 1930 and were living on Green Street in the town of Herkimer where Charles was employed driving a street sweeper in the village.

4.4  Unknown Daughter Tetlock was born to Jacob and Mary Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock. She married, before 1905, Herman Wagner. This daughter is mentioned in her mother's obituary (January 1905) as Mrs. Herman Wagner, "of this place" (indicating Russia, Herkimer Co., NY). There was a Herman Wagner living in the Village of Poland, Town of Russia, Herkimer County, NY from at least 1910 to 1930. He was born about 1861 in New York to German born parents and he was widowed by 1910.

4.5  William H. Tetlock was born February 1876 in New York to Jacob and Mary Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock and he died 1913. He married 4 January 1905 in Salisbury Center, Herkimer Co., NY Adelaide E. Dietz, daughter of Charles Dietz. She was born 1874 in New York. In 1900, William was living in the town of Herkimer in the home of Rozell Whitney. He worked as a farm laborer. Just weeks before his mother's death, William married Addie. This article about their wedding was in the local paper:

"A very pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mr. And Mrs. Charles Dietz in Salisbury Center Wednesday evening, January 4, when their daughter, Adelaide E., became the wife of William H. Tetlock of Hinckley. At 8 o'clock the bridal party entered the parlor and took their places beneath an arch of evergreen. Rev. Dopp then performed the marriage ceremony, using the beautiful ring service. The bride was attended by her niece, Harriet R. Whitney of Fairfield, and Edward H. Todd, of Herkimer acted as best man. Little Marjorie Fox of Dolgeville was flower girl and Master Earle Schmeltz of Little Falls was ring bearer. The bride was attired in a traveling suit of blue broadcloth with white silk waist. The bridesmaid wore a dress of blue with white silk trim and appliqué: After the ceremony the guests retired to the dining room, where a bountiful repast was served. Many beautiful and useful presents were received, consisting of several pieces of silver, linen and china, also an oak stand. The guests present from out of town were Mr. And Mrs. N. Dietz of Johnstown; Charles Dietz jr., of Johnstown; Mr. And Mrs. R.F. Whitney and daughter Hattie of Fairfield; Mr. And Mrs. John Schmeltz and son Earl of Little Falls; Mr. And Mrs. Ross Christman of Hinkley; Mr. And Mrs. Isaac Fox and Mr. And Mrs. John Fox and daughter Marjorie of Dolgeville; Edward Todd of Herkimer. Mr. And Mrs. Tetlock are enjoying a trip in the western part of the state. A host of friends join in wishing them a long and happy married life."

After the wedding, William and Addie settled in Salisbury, Herkimer Co., NY where they owned a farm on Marsh Road. William died in 1913 at the age of 37 and was buried in Salisbury Rural Cemetery.

4.6  Frederick M. Tetlock was born March 1878 in New York to Jacob and Mary Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock and he died 10 December 1954 in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY. He married 31 August 1904 in Ohio, Herkimer Co., NY Mabel E. Miller, daughter of Arthur G. and Julia A. (Backus) Miller. She was born 14 December 1885 in Grant, Herkimer Co., NY and died 30 March 1955 in Ilion, Herkimer Co., NY. In 1900 Fred was living in Russia, Herkimer Co., in the home of Frank Caruthers. He was employed as a laborer in a mill. In 1904 William and Mabel were married in the Methodist Episcopal Parsonage in Ohio, Herkimer Co. by Rev. F.H. Lewis. By 1910 they had moved to Salisbury, Herkimer Co. where Fred worked in a bench factory. In 1930, Fred was living with his sister and brother-in-law, Grace and Ernest Dupont in Herkimer village where he was employed as a caretaker for a private family. The same year, Mabel and their youngest child, Mildred, were living on Central Ave. in the village of Ilion, German Flatts, Herkimer Co. Mabel was employed as a waitress in a boarding house, and her 70-year-old widowed mother, Julia A. Knight, lived with them. Two other children were boarding with other families. Frederick died in 1954 and was buried in Woodins Corners Cemetery, Russia, Herkimer Co., NY. Mabel died the following year and was buried in Armory Hill Cemetery, Ilion, Herkimer Co., NY

Frederick W. and Mabel E. (Miller) Tetlock had 4 children:

4.6.a  Doris Tetlock may have been born between 1905 and 1908 and possibly died before 1910.

4.6.b  Arthur F. Tetlock was born 21 August 1909 and died 14 February 1992 in Ilion, Herkimer Co., NY. He married Ethel. In 1930 Arthur boarded in the home of Rosell Harper in Warren, Herkimer Co., NY. He was employed as a laborer in a garden.

4.6.c  Mary J. Tetlock was born 1912 in NY. In 1930, at age 18, she lived on E. Clark St. in German Flatts, Herkimer Co., in the home of William B. and Mary N. Miller. Her relationship was listed as 'niece'.

4.6.d  Mildred E. Tetlock was born 1917 in New York.

4.7  Grace M. Tetlock was born December 1883 in Grant, Herkimer Co., NY to Jacob and Mary Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock. She married in 1899 Ernest Hypolite Dupont, son of Alexander and Eliza A. Dupont. He was born November 1876 in Morehouse, Hamilton County, NY. Ernest's parents settled in Morehouse about 1860 and his father had served in the Civil War as Sgrt, Co. B, U.S. Sharpshooters. After Ernest and Grace were married, they rented a house in Russia, Herkimer County, where he worked as a day laborer. They were still living there in 1910 with their 4 children. Grace had given birth to five, but one child had not survived. "Jake" Tetlock, Grace's widowed father, lived with them. By 1920, the family had moved to Herkimer; and in 1930, Ernest, Grace and their youngest child, Gladys, lived in the village of Herkimer. Ernest was employed as a truck driver for a coal merchant. Grace's brother, Fred, lived with them.

Ernest Hypolite and Grace M. (Tetlock) Dupont had 5 children:

4.7.a  Unknown Dupont, born and died before 1910

4.7.b  William A. Dupont was born 1902 in Herkimer Co., NY. He married Elizabeth M. She was born 1908 in NY. In 1930 they lived next door to William's parents in the village of Herkimer. He was employed as a laborer in a desk factory and at that time, they had 2 children.

4.7.c  Bertha M. Dupont was born 7 July 1903 in Herkimer Co., NY and died 3 September 1974. She married Jerry W. Roberts. He was born 26 August 1892 and died 9 May 1973. Jerry served CQM US NAVY WW I. They were both buried in St. Bernard's Cemetery, Tower St., Sangerfield, Oneida Co., NY-section 7, lot 58.

4.7.d  Leroy R. Dupont was born 15 January 1907 in Herkimer County, NY and died December 1964. He married 9 November 1929 Virginia McRorie. She was born 3 November 1909 in Everittstown, Hunterdon, NJ to Stanley Sterling and Winifred (Stitts) McRorie. In 1930 'Roy' and Virginia lived on Orchard St. in German Flatts, Mohawk, Herkimer Co., NY where he was employed as a chauffer.

4.7.e  Gladys M. Dupont was born 1909 in Herkimer County, New York.

4.8  Raymond Tetlock was born 1887 in Grant, Herkimer Co., NY to Jacob and Mary Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock. He married Abbie and/or Amelia. At the turn of the century, Raymond (age 13) was living with his aunt, Alice Francisco, in Schuyler, Herkimer Co., NY. Five years later, his mother died. In 1920 Ray was living in Herkimer, Herkimer County with wife Abbie (age 34) and two step-daughters; Marion (age 14) and Ruth (age 12) Costman. In 1930 he was living on Mohawk St. in the village of Herkimer. His wife's name was Amelia (age 44). Ray was employed as a carpenter in a desk factory and Amelia as a forelady in a sweater factory.

4.9  Charles G. Tetlock was born 26 September 1892 in Grant, Herkimer Co., NY to Jacob and Mary Lydia (Reymonda) Tetlock and he died February 1968 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. Charles (age 17) was living in Russia, Herkimer County in 1900 in the home of Corey W. and Abbie Garlock. They had a dairy farm and Charles worked as a farm laborer.

4.10  Gladys Caroline Tetlock was born 3 March 1894 in Grant, Herkimer Co., NY. She was the youngest child of Jacob and Mary Lydia (Raymonda) Tetlock.

5.  Albert M. Raymonda was born 1852 in Morehouseville, Hamilton County, New York to Fredrick William and Sophia (Marache) Reymonda. He married about 1871 Frances O. Francisco, daughter of Hezekiah and Mary Ann (Francisco) Francisco. She was born 1852 in Jefferson County, NY and died 1927. Albert was the youngest of Fredrick and Sophia's three sons. He grew up in Morehouseville and attended the local school. After marrying Frances, they lived in Morehouse, where their first son was born. The family then moved to Herkimer, Herkimer County where another son was born to them, before returning to Morehouse. Frances's father had come from Herkimer County, but moved to Alexandria, Jefferson County. The family went to Wisconsin about 1858 but returned to Jefferson County and were living in Orleans by 1860 near both Hezekiah's and Mary Ann's parents. Between 1860 and 1865, they moved to Herkimer County to stay. Hezekiah Francisco's name can be found on an 1871 Morehouse map, although his family was never included on a federal census for that town. Two of Hezekiah's eight children married Reymondas. Francis married Albert and her brother, Charles, married Albert's sister, Alice. By 1890, Albert and Frances had settled in Morehouse and he served as town clerk from 1890 to 1892. The 1892 census gives farming as Albert's occupation. His name was included among those who were called to combat forest fires in 1897. Around this time, there were some problems developing in the Town of Morehouse. Residents living in the northern part of town in an area known as the Inlet of Fourth Lake were not happy with the distance they had to travel, especially in poor weather conditions, to attend town meetings. As good roads were not the norm in that area at the time, the long trek was usually made on snowshoe, through the forest. The idea of forming a separate town, able to deal with their own interests was in the air. At a special meeting of the Morehouse Town Board on 13 December 1898, it was decided that Martin Boh and Albert Raymonda would be sent to Fourth Lake to undertake assessments. By 1900, Albert and his family had left Morehouse. In 1910 they were renting a house on South Washington St. in Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY. Their children were grown with families of their own. A grandson, Floyd, was listed that year as living with Albert and Frances as well as with his parents. Albert was employed as a box worker in a lumber mill. It has not yet been discovered when and where Albert died or where he was buried. Frances died in 1927 and was buried in the Village of Ilion Cemetery, Town of German Flatts, Herkimer Co., NY.

Albert M. and Frances O. (Francisco) Raymonda had 2 children:
5.1  Frederick Grant Raymonda, b. 16 June 1872
5.2  Chester Allen Raymonda, b. 30 November 1878

5.1  Frederick Grant Raymonda was born 16 June 1872 in Morehouseville, Hamilton Co., NY to Albert M. and Frances O. (Francisco) Raymonda and he died 22 August 1948 in Coldbrook, Herkimer County, NY. He married in 1896 Lillian Mae Davis, daughter of Aleron and Mary Davis. She was born June 1878 in Norway, Herkimer Co., NY and died 25 April 1945 in Ohio. Herkimer Co., NY. 'Grant' left Morehouse as a young man and after marrying, settled in Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY. In 1900, he and Lillian rented a house and Grant worked as a farm laborer. By 1900 they were in Newport, Herkimer County. Lillian was busy caring for their five children while Grant operated a dairy farm. The 1917 Herkimer & Otsego Counties, NY Directory includes Grant F., with wife, Lillian M. and 5 children. He is listed as a corn farmer in the town of Frankfort. In 1920, Grant was the proprietor of a hotel in the village of Newport. Five years later, at age 52, Grant was earning a living as a blacksmith in the Piseco area, Town of Arietta, Hamilton County. By 1930, with all their children grown, Grant and Lillian were living at Raquette Lake, Town of Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY. They lived and worked on an estate where Thomas J. Callahan was superintendent. Grant did odd jobs and Lillian was the cook. Lillian died in 1948 and Grant followed three years later.

Frederick Grant and Lillian Mae (Davis) Raymonda had 5 children:

5.1.a  Floyd Emerson Raymonda was born June 1898 in Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY and died July 1967. He married about 1918 Bertha Kramer. She was born 23 January 1897 in Hazelton, McKean Co., PA and died April 1977 in Whitesboro, Oneida Co., NY. In 1930, Floyd was living on Columbus St. in Utica, Oneida Co., NY with his sister Helen. He was employed as a brakeman for a steam railroad company. At this time he had been married for about ten years and had two children, but they were not living with him. He and Bertha would have another child three years later born in Piseco, Hamilton Co., NY. It is possible that the family was living in Piseco and that Floyd just worked in Utica and lodged with his sister.

Floyd Emerson and Bertha E. (Kramer) Raymonda had 3 children.

5.1.b  Earl Morris Raymonda was born 1901 and died 6 September 1923.

5.1.c  Harold Barton Raymonda was born 8 March 1903 and died May 1987 in Ilion, Herkimer Co., NY. He married in 1926 Anna Streeter. She was born 1908 in New York. Harold is listed in the Herkimer County Life Insurance policy holders (1920 Newport, NY) as having been issued a policy, 18 June 1920, from John Hancock Life Insurance Company. He was only 17-years-old at this time. Six years later, he married Anna. In 1930 they lived on E. River St. in Ilion Village, German Flatts, Herkimer Co., NY. Harold was employed as a chauffer. Harold Barton and Anna (Streeter) Raymonda had one child.

5.1.d  Helen Raymonda was born 1905 and died 1990. She was the only daughter born to Frederick Grant and Lillian Mae (Davis) Raymonda. She married Lyle Fenton. He was born 1916 and died 1996. Helen may have married first, a Mr. Sarnders (?). The 1930 shown her (Helen Sarnders (?)) living on Columbus St. in Utica, Oneida, NY. She was employed as a waitress in a restaurant and her brother, Floyd, lived with her.

5.1.e  Francis A. Raymonda was born 9 August 1907 and died 7 June 1969. He married 1st, 1929 Helen Mary Smith. She was born 1908 in New York and she died 1953. He married 2nd, Enid Sylabach. He married 3rd, Filomena 'Fanny' Guisto, daughter of Rosario and Maria (Pettucci) Guisto. She was born 7 November 1913 in Little Falls, Herkimer Co., NY and died 14 June 1999 in New Hartford, Oneida Co., NY. In 1930 Francis and Helen lived in Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY where he was employed as a chauffer for a bakery. Francis and Helen had 4 children together. Their eldest child, Edward, is buried near his mother in Calvary Cemetery, Herkimer, NY. Francis is buried in the same cemetery, but in a different section. Francis and Fanny had no children together; She was buried in the Church Street Cemetery, Little Falls, Herkimer, NY.

Obituary of Filomena (Guisto) Raymonda:

"Filomena (Fanny) Raymonda. NEW HARTFORD/LITTLE FALLS - Filomena (Fanny) Raymonda, 85, a resident of the Presbyterian Home, 4290 Middlesettlement Road, New Hartford, and longtime Little Falls resident, passed away on Monday, June 14, 1999. She was born on Nov. 7, 1913 in Little Falls, the daughter of the late Rossario and Maria (Pettucci) Guisto. Fanny was educated in Little Falls schools and had lived the greater part of her life in the Little Falls area. She had resided in the New Hartford area since 1992, and was a member of St. Thomas Church. Fanny was first united in marriage to Edward Gardner who passed away in 1959. She later married Francis Raymonda who passed away in 1970. For many years Fanny was affiliated with the family-owned business which was the former Henry's Steak House located in Little Falls. Surviving........The funeral will commence on Thursday, June 17, 1999 at 11 a.m. from the Enea Funeral Home, 24 W. Monroe St., Little Falls, with the Rev. Robert Conrad, pastor of St. Thomas Church, New Hartford, officiating. Interment will be in Church Street Cemetery, Little Falls. Friends and family may call the Enea Funeral Home on Wednesday, June 16, 5-8 p.m. The family would like to extend a very special thank you to the staff at the Presbyterian Home Aspen Unit for the excellent care and kindness given to Fanny during these difficult times."

5.2  Chester Allen Raymonda was born 30 November 1878 in Herkimer, Herkimer, Co., NY to Albert M. and Frances O. (Francisco) Raymonda and he died October 1966 in Manatee, Manatee Co., Florida. He married 1903 Mary Louise Brand, daughter of Warren M. and Lillian R. (Hastings) Brand. She was born 19 March 1883 in New York and died 12 February 1948 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. Chester was living in Morehouse in 1898 when he aided the fire warden, Martin Boh, in "quelling the flames" of a forest fire. His name can also be found in the index to History of the Mohawk Valley: Gateway to the West, Vol. 3. in 1910, Chester and Mary lived on Stuben St., in Utica where Chester was employed as a dispatcher for the rail road. Mary's brother, George, who lived with them, worked as a brakeman for the railroad. Although they don't seem to have divorced, Chester was not living with his wife and son on the 1920 or 1930 censuses. In 1920, Mary and her 14-year-old son Albert rented a place on Rutger St. in Utica. Mary was employed as a telephone operator. In 1930 they rented on Oswego St. in Utica. Mary was not employed, but Alfred worked in an office.

Chester Allen and Mary Louise (Brand) Raymonda had 1 child:

5.2.a  Albert Warren Raymonda was born 2 July 1905 and died January 1970 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY. He married Margaret Mary Russ, daughter of John Ernest and Sarah A. (Longdarby) Russ. She was born 8 July 1913 in Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY and died 20 July 1997. She married 2nd, Mr. Casey. Albert was raised in Utica, and sometime between 1930 and 1939, he married Margaret. Her father had been born in Morehouse where he operated a sawmill in partnership with his uncle, Herman Brand. Albert and Margaret had one child together.

6.  Alice A. Reymonda was born April 1854 in Morehouseville, Hamilton County, New York to Fredrick William and Sophia (Marache) Reymonda and she died after 1920. She married about 1873 Charles Francisco, son of Hezekiah and Mary Ann (Francisco) Francisco. He was born 1848 in Jefferson Co., NY and died April 1899 in Schuyler, Herkimer Co., NY. In June 1873, Alice's brother, Theodore, was appointed guardian to oversee her interests in her father's estate, as she was still considered a minor. However, her name on the citation on that date was "Alice A. Francisco, wife of Charles Francisco, residing in Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY". Alice and Charles had only one son. In 1880, they lived in Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY near Charles's father. Charles worked as a laborer. They moved to Schuyler, Herkimer Co., NY where they bought a farm. Charles died in 1899 and was buried in the Miller-Dutchtown Cemetery in East Schuyler. Alice and her son, Harry, remained on the farm in Schuyler, which they owned, free of mortgage, by 1910. In 1920 they lived in Salisbury Town, Herkimer County. Alice, aged 67, had not re-married.

Charles and Alice A. (Reymonda) Francisco had 1 child:

6.1  Harry Francisco was born March 1879 in Herkimer County, NY and died 1947. The 1917 Directory of Herkimer & Otsego Counties lists Harry P. Francisco, farmer, Middleville. In 1920, Harry A., age 41 and single, owned with a mortgage, a farm in Salisbury Town. His widowed mother still lived with him. Harry died in 1947 and is buried in Stratford Cemetery, Town of Salisbury, Herkimer Co., NY.

7.  Emma Reymonda was born about 1863 in Morehouseville, Hamilton County, New York. She was the youngest of seven children born to Fredrick William and Sophia (Marache) Reymonda. She died at the age of 35.

Obituary of Emma Reymonda from the Herald Dispatch dated 9 February 1898:

"Miss Emma Reymonda died at her home, The Empire House, in Hinkley, Herkimer, NY leaving her mother in Morehouseville. Two sisters: Mrs. Charles Francisco - Newport, NY; Mrs. Jacob Tetlock - Grant, NY; three brothers: F.E. Reymonda, A.M. Reymonda, T.C. Reymonda, all of Wilmurt, NY."

    Emma was young when her father died and her brother, Theodore, was appointed guardian to look after her financial interests in the settling of the estate. Citations to appear in court were frequent between the years 1873 and 1890. From 1890 to 1905 The family kept the County Clerk busy signing property over to Idora and Theodore. From these records, we find that Emma may have married, possibly even twice, though her obituary records her name as "Miss Emma Reymonda". In June 1889, a citation was served giving her name as "Emma E. Mullholland or Remonda, resident of Herkimer". Citations served 5 and 6 months later, in November and December give her name as Emma E. Remonda. Then in August 1894, Emma turned over her interest in her father's 75-acre parcel on lot #15 to Idora Remonda for $1.00. On this deed, her name appears as Emma E. Fox.

Sources for Raymonda Family Bio

1) Historiography prepared for Rollin Lee Remonda, 9 November 1974, by Halberts; Bath, Ohio
2) Family Bible
3) Family records and letters
4) Family photos
5) Family interviews conducted by William Kerr
6) Declaration for Original Invalid Pension - Theodore Charles Remonda
7) Declaration for Widow's Pension - Idora (Becraft) Remonda
8) Probate File of Frederick William Remonda, Surrogate Court, Stanton Rd., Indian Lake
9) Last Will & Testament of Elias Remonda, Surrogate Court, Indian Lake
10) Probate File of Jessie K. Remonda, Surrogate Court, Indian Lake
11) Probate File of Ralph M. Remonda, Surrogate Court, Indian Lake
12) Probate File of Rollin L. Remonda, Surrogate Court, Indian Lake
13) Last Will & Testament of Leonard E. Remonda, Surrogate Court, Indian Lake
14) Deed Index - both Grantor and Grantee, books #1 - 4 (1797 - 1939) and deeds containing the Remonda surname; Hamilton County Clerk's office, Lake Pleasant, NY
15) Mortgage Index - both Mortgager and Mortgagee, book #1 (1797 - 1925) and mortgages containing the Remonda surname; Hamilton County Clerk's office, Lake Pleasant, NY.
16) Birth Certificates - Living Remondas and Remonda Descendants
17) Marriage Certificates - Living Remondas and Remonda Descendants
18) Birth Certificate - Rollin Lee Remonda
19) Marriage Certificate - Rollin Lee and Esther Ann (Fitzsimmons) Remonda
20) Death Certificate - Rollin Lee Remonda
21) Obituary: Frederick M. Remonda
22) Obituary: Eva Mae (Hagadorn) Remonda
23) Obituary: Esther Ann (Fitzsimmons) Remonda
24) Obituary: Husband of Living Remonda; Little Falls Evening Times
25) Obituary: George Remonda; 1943 and 29 April 1943 (or 1948)
26) Obituary: Theodore W. Remonda
27) Obituary: Warren R. Remonda
28) Obituary: Obituary: Ethel I. (Phillips) Remonda
29) Obituary: Ruth (Remonda) Gilbert
30) Obituary: Robert E. Reymonda; Utica Daily Press, 19 Feb. 1929
31) Obituary: Mary (Reymonda) Tetlock
32) Obituary: James E. Raymonda; Observer-Dispatch, 20 Nov. 2000
33) Obituary: Dorothy Raymonda; Observer-Dispatch, 10 Feb. 2002
34) Obituary: Filomena Raymonda; Evening Telegram, New Hartford, NY, 1 June 1999
35) Obituary: Emma Reymonda; Herald Dispatch; 9 Feb. 1898
36) Obits online index: Mary Margaret (Russ) [Raymonda] Casey
37) Newspaper Article: 1905; RE: Marriage of William H. Tetlock and Adelaide E. Dietz
38) Utica Daily Press, 15 May 1907; RE: Mary (Wright) Reymonda
39) Newspaper Article: 1940; RE George Remonda
40) The Evening Times, 10 Feb. 1958; RE: 20th anniversary of living Remonda descendant
41) Wisconsin Land Records; Document #22317
42) Social Security Death Index
43) Herkimer & Otsego Counties, NY Directories; 1917
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45) Florida Death Index 1877 - 1998, Vol. 2876, Certificate #52080
46) Ohio Methodist Church Record Book; notes by William Kerr
47) Morehouse Past and Present 1835-1992, Carol Ford; Morehouse Town Historian
48) The History of Hamilton County, Ted Aber and Stella King, (c) 1965; Great Wilderness Books; Lake Pleasant, NY
49) Adirondack Folks, Ted Aber; (c) 1980; Prospect Books; Prospect, NY
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From the Rootsweb/Hamilton County Site:
51) Vital Records (1849-1851) Hamilton County: Morehouse Births; cr 2000: Jeanette Shiel/Lisa_Slaski
52) Methodist Cemetery, Hamilton County, NY: Town of Morehouse. Read by Elaine Scantlebury, April 2000. With additional stones and info from Vol. 265 unpublished misc. genealogical records of NYS DAR 1964-65; cr 1964: NYS D.A.R. and cr 2000: Elaine Scantlebury
53) Morehouse Catholic Cemetery, Hamilton County, NY. Read by Elaine Scantlebury, April 2000; cr 2000: Elaine Scantlebury
54) Morehouse Mountain Home Road Cemetery, Hamilton County, NY. Read by Elaine Scantlebury, April 2000; cr 2000: Elaine Scantlebury
55) Map of Bethune Tract, Circa 1835, Town of Morehouse, cr 2000: Elaine Scantlebury/Lisa Slaski
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57) Morehouse WW I Monument, Hamilton County, NY. Cr 2000: Elaine Scantlebury
58) Morehouse WW II Monument, Hamilton County, NY. Cr 2000: Elaine Scantlebury

From the Rootsweb/Herkimer County Site:
59) Herkimer Co. Insurance Policy Holders - John Hancock Life Insurance Co., 1920. cr 1999: Allyn Hess Perry/Martha S. Magill
60) Calvary Cemetery, Herkimer Co., NY. Cr 2001: Steven Knight
61) Fairview Cemetery Burial Permits, Norway, NY (1949-2000). Cr 2001: Helen Wheatley
62) Village of Ilion Cemetery, German Flatts. Cr 1998: Martha S. Magill/Allyn Hess Perry
63) Stratford Cemetery, Town of Salisbury, Herkimer County. Cr 2002: Kenneth Mowers/Joan Mowers/Richard Jorrey
64) Miller-Dutchtown Cemetery, E. Schuyler, Schuyler, Herkimer County. Cr 1998: JoDee Frasco/Martha S. Magill/Nancy Brady/BetteJo Hall Caldwell
65) Salisbury Rural Cemetery. Cr 1998,1999: The Town of Salisbury Historians and cr 1999: Helen Ives/Doris McIntosh/Martha S. Magill
66) Names Indexed to History of the Mohawk Valley: Gateway to the West, Volume 3. cr 1998, 1999: Robert Lorick and cr 1998,1999: Martha S. Magill

Family File, at website:
67) Bly, McKnight, Mulcahy, and Plosila Families

New York State Censuses:
68) 1892 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
69) 1905 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
70) 1865 Schuyler, Herkimer Co., NY

Federal Censuses:
71) 1850 Alexandria, Jefferson Co., NY
72) 1860 Orleans, Jefferson Co., NY
73) 1840 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
74) 1850 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
75) 1860 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
76) 1870 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
77) 1880 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
78) 1900 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
79) 1910 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
80) 1920 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
81) 1930 Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
82) 1900 Lake Pleasant, Hamilton Co., NY
83) 1930 Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
84) 1870 Ohio, Herkimer Co., NY
85) 1880 Ohio, Herkimer Co., NY
86) 1870 Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY
87) 1880 Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY
88) 1900 Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY
89) 1910 Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY
90) 1910 Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY
91) 1920 Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY
92) 1930 Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY
93) 1880 Russia, Herkimer Co., NY
94) 1900 Russia, Herkimer Co., NY
95) 1910 Russia, Herkimer Co., NY
96) 1920 Russia, Herkimer Co., NY
97) 1930 Russia, Herkimer Co., NY
98) 1870 Wilmurt, Herkimer Co., NY
99) 1900 Schuyler, Herkimer Co., NY
100) 1910 Schuyler, Herkimer Co., NY
101) 1930 German Flatts, Herkimer Co., NY
102) 1910 Newport, Herkimer Co., NY
103) 1920 Newport, Herkimer Co., NY
104) 1910 Salisbury, Herkimer Co., NY
105) 1920 Salisbury, Herkimer Co., NY
106) 1930 Warren, Herkimer Co., NY
107) 1920 Ohio, Herkimer Co., NY
108) 1900 Utica, Oneida Co., NY
109) 1910 Utica, Oneida Co., NY
110) 1920 Utica, Oneida Co., NY
111) 1930 Utica, Oneida Co., NY
112) 1910 Whitestown, Oneida Co., NY
113) 1920 Whitestown, Oneida Co., NY
114) 1930 Whitestown, Oneida Co., NY
115) 1930 Deerfield, Oneida Co., NY
116) 1920 Van Buren, Onondaga Co., NY
117) 1930 Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY
118) 1910 Johnstown, Fulton Co., NY
119) 1910 Troy, Rensselaer Co., NY
120) 1910 Groton, Tompkins Co., NY


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