Richard Arlen Mabie

M, #13901, b. 20 May 1942, d. 17 June 1983
FatherHoward Ernest Mabie1 b. 28 Nov 1923, d. 23 Nov 2016
MotherEva Marion Martin1 b. 6 Jul 1921, d. 30 Jul 1993
Nickname  Richard Arlen Mabie also went by the name of Yankee. 
Birth*20 May 1942 He was born on 20 May 1942 at Otsego County, New York.2 
Death*17 June 1983 He died on 17 June 1983 at Jacksboro, Campbell County, Tennessee, at age 41.2 
oObit*23 June 1983  On 23 June 1983 at LaFollette, Tennessee, Richard's obituary read: Richard A. "Yankee" Mabie, 41, of Rt. 2, Jacksboro, died Friday evening at Shannondale Nursing Home in Knoxville.
He was a carpenter and a Baptist.
Funeral services were Monday at Roach Funeral Home with the Rev. K. V. Holt officiating. Burial was in Campbell Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include his wife, Joyce Ann (Jessie) Mabie of Jacksboro; two daughters, Shari Mabie of Mount Upton, N.Y., and Renee Mabie of LaFollette; four sons, Richard Mabie with the U.S. Air Force, Jeffrey Mabie and Daniel Mabie, both of Mount Upton, and Marty Mabie of LaFollette; two step-daughters, Karen Ann Bostic and Sharon Lee Wylie, both of LaFollette; three brothers, John Mabie, James Mabie, and Howard Mabie, all of Mount Upton; and one step-granddaughter, Brandy Nicole Wylie of LaFollette.3 
Burial He was buried at Campbell County Memorial Gardens, LaFollette, Campbell County, Tennessee.4 

Family 1

Mary Decker

Family 2

Shirley Ann Hatmaker

Family 3

Joyce Ann Jessie

Citations

  1. [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
  2. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/, and U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010.
  3. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 15384501, from the LaFollette [TN] Press, Thursday, June 23, 1983.
  4. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 15384501.

Catherine Alida Hanson

F, #13910, b. 23 September 1842, d. 3 January 1913
Reference13910
Name Variation  Catherine Alida Hanson was also known as Kate. 
Married Name Her married name was Mabie. 
Birth*23 September 1842 She was born on 23 September 1842 at South Valley, Otsego County, New York, daughter Nicholas Hanson and Eliza Winne.1 
Marriage*12 December 1867 She married David Anthony Mabie, son of William Mabie and Sophia Caukins, on 12 December 1867.1 
Census15 July 1870 Catherine Alida Hanson and David Anthony Mabie appeared on the census of 15 July 1870 at South Valley PO, Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York.
David A. Mabie, 32, M, W, Farmer, $3500, $1300, NY
Kate N. Mabie, 28, F, W, Keeping House, NY
Nettie Mabie, 1, F, W, NY
Mary Bush, 12, F, W, NY.2 
Census29 June 1875 Catherine Alida Hanson and David Anthony Mabie appeared on the census of 29 June 1875 at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York.
D A Mabie, 37, M, Head, born in Otsego County, Married, Farmer, owned land
K A Mabie, 33, F, Wife, born in Otsego County, Married
Nettie Mabie, 6, F, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
S L Mabie, 4, M, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
L V Mabie, 3, F, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
Lived in a frame house worth $3500.3 
Census*22 June 1880 Catherine Alida Hanson and David Anthony Mabie appeared on the census of 22 June 1880 at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York.
David Mabie, White, Male, 42, Head, Married, Farmer, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in Connecticut
Kate A. Mabie, White, Female, 38, Wife, Married, Keeping House, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Nettie Mabie, White, Female, 11, Daughter, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Seward L. Mabie, White, Male, 9, Son, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
S. Vena Mabie, White, Female, 8, Daughter, Single, attended school, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Minnie Mabie, White, Female, 3, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Leona Mabie, White, Female, 8/12 born Sep, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York.4 
CensusJune 1900 Catherine Alida Hanson and David Anthony Mabie appeared on the census of June 1900 at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York.
David H Mabie, Head, W, M, Mar 1838, 62, M, 32, New York, New York, New York, Farmer
Kate A Mabie, Wife, W, F, Sept 1841, 58, M, 32, 6 children born - still living 6, New York, New York, New York
Leona E Mabie, Daughter, W, F, Sept 1879, 20, S, New York, New York, New York
Hanson Mabie, Son, W, M, Jan 1884, 16, S, New York, New York, New York, Farm Laborer.5 
CensusApril 1910 Catherine Alida Hanson and David Anthony Mabie appeared on the census of April 1910 at 387 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
David A Mabie, Head, M, W, 72, M1, 42, New York, New York, New York, none, owns home
Catherine E, Mabie, Wife, F, W, 69, M1, 42, 6 children born, living 6, New York, New York, New York, none
Nettie Mabie, Daughter, F, W, 40, S, New York, New York, New York, Trained Nurse, Private Family.6 
Death*3 January 1913 Catherine Alida Hanson died on 3 January 1913 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York, at age 70.1 
Burial*6 January 1913 She was buried on 6 January 1913 at Pleasant Brook Cemetery, South Valley, Otsego County, New York.7 

Family

David Anthony Mabie b. 3 Mar 1838, d. 3 Mar 1925
Children

Citations

  1. [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
  2. [S99] 1870 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll M593_1076; Page: 521B; Image: 427; Family History Library Film: 552575.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1875, Town of Roseboom, Otsego, New York, Dwelling 348.
  4. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll: 916; Family History Film: 1254916; Page: 465A; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 0585.
  5. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll: T623 1146; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 139.
  6. [S76] 1910 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 1-Wd Amsterdam, Montgomery, New York; Series: T624; Roll: 993; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 49; Part: 2; Line: 30.
  7. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8: South Valley-Pleasant Brook Cemetery records transcribed by Patricia Mabie http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyotsego/svpbrook.html, in Lot 45.

Nettie Eliza Mabie

F, #13911, b. 3 June 1869, d. 8 February 1943
FatherDavid Anthony Mabie1 b. 3 Mar 1838, d. 3 Mar 1925
MotherCatherine Alida Hanson1 b. 23 Sep 1842, d. 3 Jan 1913
Reference13911
Birth*3 June 1869 Nettie Eliza Mabie was born on 3 June 1869 at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.1 
(Witness) Census15 July 1870 Nettie Eliza Mabie appeared on the census of 15 July 1870 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at South Valley PO, Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; David A. Mabie, 32, M, W, Farmer, $3500, $1300, NY
Kate N. Mabie, 28, F, W, Keeping House, NY
Nettie Mabie, 1, F, W, NY
Mary Bush, 12, F, W, NY.2 
(Witness) Census29 June 1875 Nettie Eliza Mabie appeared on the census of 29 June 1875 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; D A Mabie, 37, M, Head, born in Otsego County, Married, Farmer, owned land
K A Mabie, 33, F, Wife, born in Otsego County, Married
Nettie Mabie, 6, F, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
S L Mabie, 4, M, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
L V Mabie, 3, F, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
Lived in a frame house worth $3500.3 
(Witness) Census22 June 1880 Nettie Eliza Mabie appeared on the census of 22 June 1880 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; David Mabie, White, Male, 42, Head, Married, Farmer, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in Connecticut
Kate A. Mabie, White, Female, 38, Wife, Married, Keeping House, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Nettie Mabie, White, Female, 11, Daughter, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Seward L. Mabie, White, Male, 9, Son, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
S. Vena Mabie, White, Female, 8, Daughter, Single, attended school, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Minnie Mabie, White, Female, 3, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Leona Mabie, White, Female, 8/12 born Sep, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York.4 
Residence*1893 Nettie Eliza Mabie lived in 1893 at 311 E. Main, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York; occupation listed as operative.5 
(Witness) CensusApril 1910 Nettie Eliza Mabie appeared on the census of April 1910 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at 387 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York,
; David A Mabie, Head, M, W, 72, M1, 42, New York, New York, New York, none, owns home
Catherine E, Mabie, Wife, F, W, 69, M1, 42, 6 children born, living 6, New York, New York, New York, none
Nettie Mabie, Daughter, F, W, 40, S, New York, New York, New York, Trained Nurse, Private Family.6 
(Witness) CensusJanuary 1920 Nettie Eliza Mabie appeared on the census of January 1920 in the household of Warren Eckerson and L. Vena Mabie at 149 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York,
; Artimus Eckerson, Head, M, W, 55, M, New York, New York, New York, Salesman, Grocery Store
Vena Eckerson, Wife, F, W, 37, M, New York, New York, New York, none
Netta Mabie, Sister, F, W, 50, S, New York, New York, New York, Nurse, Private Family.7 
(Witness) oObit13 March 1925 Nettie Eliza Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of David Anthony Mabie on 13 March 1925 at Cooperstown, New York; David Anthony Mabie, a Civil War veteran and former well known resident of Amsterdam, died on his 87th. birthday anniversary, Tuesday, March 3rd, at 4:20 a. m., at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Smith, at Roseboom, of uremic poisoning.
He was born in tho town of Roseboom, March 3, 1838 being one of nine children born to William Mabie and Sophia Scripture Mabie. He enlisted Sept. 9, 1862, from South Valley, and was mustered into the United States service at Camp Schuyler, October 15, 1862, in Company I 152d regiment, New York volunteers. He participated in several battles and at the battle of the Wilderness, May 5-7, 1864, was wounded in the left leg, on the second day of the engagement. He was taken to Carpenter's plantation and was there taken prisoner by the White Guerillas and held ten days, when ho was released and sent to Mt. Pleasant hospital at Washington, D. C. After being there for three weeks he was, taken to the McClellan hospital at Philadelphia and later appointed a nurse and finally a head dresser of wounds. He was in the hospital until February 17, 1865, when he returned to his company and participated in the battles of Watkin's House, Boyston Road, White Oak Ridge, Crowe's House, and fall of Petersburg and the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, April 9, 1865. Mr. Mabie was promoted to corporal June 15, 1865 and honorably discharged July 13, 1865 at Munsors' Hill, Va.
December 12, 1878, Mr. Mabie was married at South Valley to Katherine Eliza Hanson, who passed away January 3, 1913. He was engaged in farming in Otsego county until January, 1901, when he moved to the town of Amsterdam, locating on upper Steadwell avenue, where he carried on market gardening until 1909, when he took up his residence in the city, remaining there until about four years ago, when he move4 to Roseboom, where he has since made his home.
Mr. Mabie was an upright citizen, whose dealings and associations with his fellow men were such as to gain for him the warm regard of all who came into association with him. He was a member of Post E. S. Young, No. 33, G.A.R., of Amsterdam. Mr. Mabie is survived by six children, Miss Nettie U. Mabie, Mrs. A. W. Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam. Mrs. George Foland of Binghamton, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Roseboom and Seward L. Mabie of Dayton, Iowa; eight grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Burt Gray, of Slingerlands, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Effle Mabie, of Amsterdam, and numerous nephews and nieces.
The, funeral was held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Smith, In Roseboom Thursday at 1 p. m., and the remains were interred in the South Valley cemetery.8 
(Witness) CensusApril 1930 Nettie Eliza Mabie appeared on the census of April 1930 in the household of Warren Eckerson and L. Vena Mabie at 160 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York,
; A. Warren Eckerson, Head owns house worth $8000, M, W, 65, M, age at first marriage 28, New York, New York, New York, nine
L Vina Eckerson, Wife, F, W, 57, M, age at first marriage 22, New York, New York, New York, none
Nettie B Mabie, Sister-in-law, F, W, 60, S, New York, New York, New York, none.9 
(Witness) oObit21 April 1934 Nettie Eliza Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 21 April 1934 at Gloversville, New York; Mrs. George C. Foland of Cooperstown, well known here, died Tuesday morning at 8:50 in the Amsterdam City hospital after a lingering illness. She was taken sick in August.
Mrs. Foland was born in South Valley, Otsego County, a daughter of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson. She came of revolutionary stock, her grandfather of the fifth generation being born in Tribes Hill, the first white child to be born in the Mohawk Valley on the north side of the Mohawk River west of Schenectady.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Foland is survived by three sons, William Mabie Foland, Binghamton; Charles Seward Foland, Syracuse, and George David Foland, Cooperstown; one daughter, Catherine Hanson Foland, Cooperstown; two grandsons in Syracuse; two brothers, Seward and Hanson D. Mabie, Amsterdam; three sisters, Miss Nettie E. Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, Amsterdam, and Mrs, Robert J. Smith, Cooperstown; two nieces, Alethea and Marion Mabie, and a nephew, David H. Mabie, of Amsterdam.
The funeral will be held Saturday at the home, 60 Chestnut street, Cooperstown at 1 o'clock and the Christian church in South Valley at 2. Burial will be in South Valley Cemetery.10 
(Witness) oObit20 April 1934 Nettie Eliza Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 20 April 1934 at Cooperstown, New York; The community was. shocked, Tuesday afternoon, to learn of the death at 8:45 o'clock that morning of Mrs. Minnie (Mabie) Foland, wife of George C. Foland. which occurred in .the Amsterdam City Hospital where she went for treatment last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Foland had suffered since last August with an enlargement of the heart, which caused her death.
The body was brought to her home at No. 60 Chestnut street on Wednesday. Owing to .the absence in Washington, D. C of an only daughter Miss Catherine Foland, who is with the members of the Senior Class of the High school on the annual trip of the class, the funeral was postponed until Saturday. It will be held at her home on Chestnut street at 2 o'clock with services at the South Valley church at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Edward C. Petrie will officiate and Peter Jones' and Mrs. Herbert M. Pease will render vocal selections. It was the last request of Mrs. Foland that her daughter be allowed to complete the tour before she should be notified of her mother's death. Members of the family, are, therefore, expecting to meet Miss Foland in New York City and bear the sad news to her when she arrives there, Friday evening.
Mrs. Foland was a native of South Valley, where she was born June 20, 1877, the daughter of the late David and Catherine Hanson Mabie. She continued to reside in South Valley until she was nineteen years of age, when her fami1y removed to Roseboorri, which was her home until her marriage with Mr. Foland of Rosebobm; October 3, 1899. The family have been residents of this village for the past four years, coming here from Binghamton, and during this time, Mrs, Foland had gained many friends, who will feel a keen personal loss in her passing.
Surviving her are the husband, three sons, William Mabie Foland of Binghamton Charles Seward Foland of Syracuse, and George David Foland, residing at home, and the daughter, Miss Catherine Foland, already mentioned.
There also remain three sisters, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of this village, Miss Nettie Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, both of Amsterdam; and two brothers, Seward Mabie and Hanson David Mabie, also of Amsterdam. There are also a niece and nephew, Miss Aleathea Mabie and David Mabie, of Amsterdam, and two grandchildren, Elwin Charles Foland, and Lowell James Foland, of Syracuse. Mrs. Foland was a member of the Presbyterian church of this village, and also held a membership in the Pierstown Grange.11 
(Witness) oObit4 December 1936 Nettie Eliza Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Seward Lincoln Mabie on 4 December 1936 at Cooperstown, New York; Seward L. Mabie passed away at 2 o'clock Friday morning, November 27th, at his home at No. 160 Division Street, Amsterdam, after a lingering, illness of heart trouble.
He was born July 13, 1870, at South Valley and was the son of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson, also of South Valley and Amsterdam.
He is survived by three sisters and one brother, Miss Nettie Mabie, Mrs. Vena Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam and Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, a brother-in-law, George C. Foland, of Cooperstown and several nieces and nephews.
When a young man he went to Iowa where he resided until his health became impaired four years ago. While of a quiet unassuming manner he had many friends.
The funeral was held from the Christian church at South Valley, Sunday afternoon, his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Twining of Amsterdam officiating.12 
(Witness) Census26 April 1940 Nettie Eliza Mabie appeared on the census of 26 April 1940 in the household of Charles Seward Foland and Vera Anna Van der Bogert at 407 North Midler Avenue, DeWitt, Onondaga County, New York,
; Charles Foland, owns home worth $5000, Head, M, W, 30, M, completed 4 years high school, born in New York
Vera Foland, Wife, F, W, 29, M, completed 4 years high school, born in New York
Charles Foland, Son, M, W, 7, S, attended school, completed 2 years school, born in New York
Lowell Foland, Son, M, W, 6, S, attended school, born in New York
Gene Foland, Son, M, W, 3, S, born in New York
Neitie Mabee, Aunt, F, W, 70, S, completed 8 years school, born in New York, residence 1 April 1935 was Amsterdam, Montgomery, New York.13 
Death*8 February 1943 Nettie Eliza Mabie died on 8 February 1943 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York, at age 73; never married.1 
Burial*11 February 1943 She was buried on 11 February 1943 at Pleasant Brook Cemetery, South Valley, Otsego County, New York.14 
oObit12 February 1943  On 12 February 1943 at Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York, Nettie's obituary read: Miss Nettie E. Mabie, sister of Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, died Monday morning in the Amsterdam city hospital. She had been ill several months
She was born June 3, 1869; in South Valley, a daughter of David A. and Catherine (Hanson) Mabie. She had been a nurse for forty-five years. Miss Mabie was a member or the Christian church at South Valley since childhood, but had attended the First Baptist
church at Amsterdam for nearly fifty years. She was affiliated with the Amsterdam D. A. R., chapter and a former member of the Amsterdam Century club..
In addition to Mrs. Smith, she leaves a brother, Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam; another sister, Mrs. L. Vena Eckerson of Amsterdam, and several nieces and nephews.
A prayer service was held at eight o'clock Wednesday evening at the Johnson-Lindsay funeral home, Amsterdam, and funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 in the Christian church at South Valley. The body was placed in the Tillapaugh Funeral home vault here, to wait interment in the South Valley cemetery.15 

Citations

  1. [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
  2. [S99] 1870 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll M593_1076; Page: 521B; Image: 427; Family History Library Film: 552575.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1875, Town of Roseboom, Otsego, New York, Dwelling 348.
  4. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll: 916; Family History Film: 1254916; Page: 465A; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 0585.
  5. [S241] Emails from Barbara Millar, Williams' Amsterdam, New York 1893 City Directory pg. 147.
  6. [S76] 1910 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 1-Wd Amsterdam, Montgomery, New York; Series: T624; Roll: 993; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 49; Part: 2; Line: 30.
  7. [S304] 1920 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Amsterdam Ward 6, Montgomery, New York; Roll: T625_1126; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 75; Image: 443.
  8. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Cooperstown NY Otsego Farmer, Friday, March 13, 1935.
  9. [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Amsterdam, Montgomery, New York, Roll: 1456, Enumeration District: 20, Image: 570.
  10. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Morning Herald, Gloversville NY, April 21, 1934.
  11. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Cooperstown NY Otsego Farmer & Republican, Friday, April 20, 1934.
  12. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown NY, Friday, December 4, 1936.
  13. [S458] 1940 United States Census, online ancestry.com, De Witt, Onondaga, New York, Roll T627-2703, Page 11B, ED 34-17.
  14. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8: South Valley-Pleasant Brook Cemetery records transcribed by Patricia Mabie http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyotsego/svpbrook.html, in Lot 45.
  15. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown NY, Friday, February 12, 1943.

Seward Lincoln Mabie

M, #13912, b. 13 July 1870, d. 27 November 1936
FatherDavid Anthony Mabie1 b. 3 Mar 1838, d. 3 Mar 1925
MotherCatherine Alida Hanson1 b. 23 Sep 1842, d. 3 Jan 1913
Reference13912
Birth*13 July 1870 Seward Lincoln Mabie was born on 13 July 1870 at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.1 
(Witness) Census29 June 1875 Seward Lincoln Mabie appeared on the census of 29 June 1875 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; D A Mabie, 37, M, Head, born in Otsego County, Married, Farmer, owned land
K A Mabie, 33, F, Wife, born in Otsego County, Married
Nettie Mabie, 6, F, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
S L Mabie, 4, M, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
L V Mabie, 3, F, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
Lived in a frame house worth $3500.2 
(Witness) Census22 June 1880 Seward Lincoln Mabie appeared on the census of 22 June 1880 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; David Mabie, White, Male, 42, Head, Married, Farmer, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in Connecticut
Kate A. Mabie, White, Female, 38, Wife, Married, Keeping House, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Nettie Mabie, White, Female, 11, Daughter, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Seward L. Mabie, White, Male, 9, Son, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
S. Vena Mabie, White, Female, 8, Daughter, Single, attended school, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Minnie Mabie, White, Female, 3, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Leona Mabie, White, Female, 8/12 born Sep, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York.3 
Marriage*12 September 1897 Seward Lincoln Mabie married Jennie Clara Coon on 12 September 1897 at Boone, Boone County, Iowa.4 
CensusJune 1900 Seward Lincoln Mabie and Jennie Clara Coon appeared on the census of June 1900 at 704 Cornwall Street, Washington, Story County, Iowa.
Seward L Mabie, Head, W, M, July 1870, 29, M, 2, New York, New York, New York
Jennie P Mabie, Wife, W, F, Mar 1866, 34, M, 2, 2 children born - still living 2, Iowa, New York
Violet Z Beverley, Stepdaughter, W, F, Nov 1886, 13, S, Iowa, Illinois, Iowa
Albert L Beverley, Stepson, W, M, Oct 1888, 11, S, Iowa, Illinois, Iowa.5 
Census1905 Seward Lincoln Mabie and Jennie Clara Coon appeared on the census of 1905 at Boone Street, Ames, Story County, Iowa.
Seward Mabie, Jennie Mabie.6 
CensusApril 1910 Seward Lincoln Mabie and Jennie Clara Coon appeared on the census of April 1910 at Ames, Story County, Iowa.
Seward L Mabie, Head, M, W, ?, M1, 12, New York, New York, New York, Teamster, general work, owns home
Sarah J. Mabie, Wife, F, W, 43, M2, 12, 2 children born and living, Iowa, New York, New York, none.7 
Census1 January 1925 Seward Lincoln Mabie and Jennie Clara Coon appeared on the census of 1 January 1925 at Yell, Webster County, Iowa.
Seward L Mabie, Head, Male, White, 53, Mar, born in New York, parents: David Mabie, New York
Jennie Mabie, Wife, Female, White, 59, born in Iowa
Albert L Beverly, Step son, Male, White, 35, Wd, born in Iowa, parents: Clarence Beverly, Illinois, and Jennie C Coon, Iowa, 59, married in Iowa
Violet Myers, Step daughter, Female, White, 38, M, born in Iowa, parents: Clarence Beverly, Illinois, and Jennie C Coon, Iowa, 59, married in Iowa
Dudley D Myers, Step-grandson, Male, White, 12, S, born in Iowa, parents: Louis Myers, unknown, 41, and Violet Beverly, Iowa, marries in Iowa
Jane Myers, Step-grandson, Male, White, 10, S, born in Iowa, parents: Louis Myers, unknown, 41, and Violet Beverly, Iowa, marries in Iowa.8 
(Witness) oObit13 March 1925 Seward Lincoln Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of David Anthony Mabie on 13 March 1925 at Cooperstown, New York; David Anthony Mabie, a Civil War veteran and former well known resident of Amsterdam, died on his 87th. birthday anniversary, Tuesday, March 3rd, at 4:20 a. m., at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Smith, at Roseboom, of uremic poisoning.
He was born in tho town of Roseboom, March 3, 1838 being one of nine children born to William Mabie and Sophia Scripture Mabie. He enlisted Sept. 9, 1862, from South Valley, and was mustered into the United States service at Camp Schuyler, October 15, 1862, in Company I 152d regiment, New York volunteers. He participated in several battles and at the battle of the Wilderness, May 5-7, 1864, was wounded in the left leg, on the second day of the engagement. He was taken to Carpenter's plantation and was there taken prisoner by the White Guerillas and held ten days, when ho was released and sent to Mt. Pleasant hospital at Washington, D. C. After being there for three weeks he was, taken to the McClellan hospital at Philadelphia and later appointed a nurse and finally a head dresser of wounds. He was in the hospital until February 17, 1865, when he returned to his company and participated in the battles of Watkin's House, Boyston Road, White Oak Ridge, Crowe's House, and fall of Petersburg and the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, April 9, 1865. Mr. Mabie was promoted to corporal June 15, 1865 and honorably discharged July 13, 1865 at Munsors' Hill, Va.
December 12, 1878, Mr. Mabie was married at South Valley to Katherine Eliza Hanson, who passed away January 3, 1913. He was engaged in farming in Otsego county until January, 1901, when he moved to the town of Amsterdam, locating on upper Steadwell avenue, where he carried on market gardening until 1909, when he took up his residence in the city, remaining there until about four years ago, when he move4 to Roseboom, where he has since made his home.
Mr. Mabie was an upright citizen, whose dealings and associations with his fellow men were such as to gain for him the warm regard of all who came into association with him. He was a member of Post E. S. Young, No. 33, G.A.R., of Amsterdam. Mr. Mabie is survived by six children, Miss Nettie U. Mabie, Mrs. A. W. Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam. Mrs. George Foland of Binghamton, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Roseboom and Seward L. Mabie of Dayton, Iowa; eight grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Burt Gray, of Slingerlands, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Effle Mabie, of Amsterdam, and numerous nephews and nieces.
The, funeral was held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Smith, In Roseboom Thursday at 1 p. m., and the remains were interred in the South Valley cemetery.9 
Census*April 1930 Seward Lincoln Mabie appeared on the census of April 1930 at Center Grove, Dickinson County, Iowa.
A. L. Beverly, Head, M, W, 41, M, age at first marriage 32, Iowa, Illinois, Iowa, farms own farm
Mabel Beverley, Wife, F, W, 28, M, age at first marriage 23, Iowa, Sweden, Sweden
S L Mabie, Stepfather, M, W, 61, M, age at first marriage 28, New York, New York, New York, laborer, general farm.10 
Census*April 1930 Seward Lincoln Mabie and Jennie Clara Coon appeared on the census of April 1930 at Belmond, Wright County, Iowa.
Seward M Mabie, Head, M, W, 58, M, age at first marriage 29, New York, New York, New York, laborer, odd jobs
Jennie C Mabie, Wife, F, W, 65, M, age at first marriage 20, Iowa, New York, New York
Dudley L. Myres, Grandson, M, W, 17, S, Iowa, Indiana, Iowa
Beverly A. Myres, Granddaughter, F, W, 15, S, Missouri, Indiana, Iowa.11 
(Witness) oObit21 April 1934 Seward Lincoln Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 21 April 1934 at Gloversville, New York; Mrs. George C. Foland of Cooperstown, well known here, died Tuesday morning at 8:50 in the Amsterdam City hospital after a lingering illness. She was taken sick in August.
Mrs. Foland was born in South Valley, Otsego County, a daughter of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson. She came of revolutionary stock, her grandfather of the fifth generation being born in Tribes Hill, the first white child to be born in the Mohawk Valley on the north side of the Mohawk River west of Schenectady.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Foland is survived by three sons, William Mabie Foland, Binghamton; Charles Seward Foland, Syracuse, and George David Foland, Cooperstown; one daughter, Catherine Hanson Foland, Cooperstown; two grandsons in Syracuse; two brothers, Seward and Hanson D. Mabie, Amsterdam; three sisters, Miss Nettie E. Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, Amsterdam, and Mrs, Robert J. Smith, Cooperstown; two nieces, Alethea and Marion Mabie, and a nephew, David H. Mabie, of Amsterdam.
The funeral will be held Saturday at the home, 60 Chestnut street, Cooperstown at 1 o'clock and the Christian church in South Valley at 2. Burial will be in South Valley Cemetery.12 
(Witness) oObit20 April 1934 Seward Lincoln Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 20 April 1934 at Cooperstown, New York; The community was. shocked, Tuesday afternoon, to learn of the death at 8:45 o'clock that morning of Mrs. Minnie (Mabie) Foland, wife of George C. Foland. which occurred in .the Amsterdam City Hospital where she went for treatment last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Foland had suffered since last August with an enlargement of the heart, which caused her death.
The body was brought to her home at No. 60 Chestnut street on Wednesday. Owing to .the absence in Washington, D. C of an only daughter Miss Catherine Foland, who is with the members of the Senior Class of the High school on the annual trip of the class, the funeral was postponed until Saturday. It will be held at her home on Chestnut street at 2 o'clock with services at the South Valley church at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Edward C. Petrie will officiate and Peter Jones' and Mrs. Herbert M. Pease will render vocal selections. It was the last request of Mrs. Foland that her daughter be allowed to complete the tour before she should be notified of her mother's death. Members of the family, are, therefore, expecting to meet Miss Foland in New York City and bear the sad news to her when she arrives there, Friday evening.
Mrs. Foland was a native of South Valley, where she was born June 20, 1877, the daughter of the late David and Catherine Hanson Mabie. She continued to reside in South Valley until she was nineteen years of age, when her fami1y removed to Roseboorri, which was her home until her marriage with Mr. Foland of Rosebobm; October 3, 1899. The family have been residents of this village for the past four years, coming here from Binghamton, and during this time, Mrs, Foland had gained many friends, who will feel a keen personal loss in her passing.
Surviving her are the husband, three sons, William Mabie Foland of Binghamton Charles Seward Foland of Syracuse, and George David Foland, residing at home, and the daughter, Miss Catherine Foland, already mentioned.
There also remain three sisters, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of this village, Miss Nettie Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, both of Amsterdam; and two brothers, Seward Mabie and Hanson David Mabie, also of Amsterdam. There are also a niece and nephew, Miss Aleathea Mabie and David Mabie, of Amsterdam, and two grandchildren, Elwin Charles Foland, and Lowell James Foland, of Syracuse. Mrs. Foland was a member of the Presbyterian church of this village, and also held a membership in the Pierstown Grange.13 
Death*27 November 1936 Seward Lincoln Mabie died on 27 November 1936 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York, at age 66.14 
oObit4 December 1936  On 4 December 1936 at Cooperstown, New York, Seward's obituary read: Seward L. Mabie passed away at 2 o'clock Friday morning, November 27th, at his home at No. 160 Division Street, Amsterdam, after a lingering, illness of heart trouble.
He was born July 13, 1870, at South Valley and was the son of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson, also of South Valley and Amsterdam.
He is survived by three sisters and one brother, Miss Nettie Mabie, Mrs. Vena Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam and Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, a brother-in-law, George C. Foland, of Cooperstown and several nieces and nephews.
When a young man he went to Iowa where he resided until his health became impaired four years ago. While of a quiet unassuming manner he had many friends.
The funeral was held from the Christian church at South Valley, Sunday afternoon, his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Twining of Amsterdam officiating.14 
Burial* He was buried at Pleasant Brook Cemetery, South Valley, Otsego County, New York.15 

Family

Jennie Clara Coon b. 21 Mar 1866, d. 15 Nov 1933

Citations

  1. [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
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  3. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll: 916; Family History Film: 1254916; Page: 465A; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 0585.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, Iowa, Marriage Records, 1880-1937.
  5. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Washington, Story, Iowa; Roll: T623 460; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 129.
  6. [S375] Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925, online ancestry.com, 1905 Iowa State Census, Ames , Story County.
  7. [S76] 1910 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 4-Wd Ames, Story, Iowa, Series T624, Roll 424, Part 1, Page 282A.
  8. [S375] Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925, online ancestry.com, 1925 Iowa State Census, Yell, Webster County.
  9. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Cooperstown NY Otsego Farmer, Friday, March 13, 1935.
  10. [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Center Grove, Dickinson, Iowa, Roll: 651, Page 3A, Enumeration District: 4, Image: 412.
  11. [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Belmond, Wright, Iowa, Roll: 691, Page 1A&B, Enumeration District: 23, Image: 498&499.
  12. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Morning Herald, Gloversville NY, April 21, 1934.
  13. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Cooperstown NY Otsego Farmer & Republican, Friday, April 20, 1934.
  14. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown NY, Friday, December 4, 1936.
  15. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8: South Valley-Pleasant Brook Cemetery records transcribed by Patricia Mabie http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyotsego/svpbrook.html, in Lot 45.

L. Vena Mabie

F, #13913, b. 29 April 1872, d. 19 April 1945
FatherDavid Anthony Mabie1 b. 3 Mar 1838, d. 3 Mar 1925
MotherCatherine Alida Hanson1 b. 23 Sep 1842, d. 3 Jan 1913
Name Variation  L. Vena Mabie was also known as Vena.1 
Married Name Her married name was Eckerson. 
Birth*29 April 1872 She was born on 29 April 1872 at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.1 
(Witness) Census29 June 1875 L. Vena Mabie appeared on the census of 29 June 1875 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; D A Mabie, 37, M, Head, born in Otsego County, Married, Farmer, owned land
K A Mabie, 33, F, Wife, born in Otsego County, Married
Nettie Mabie, 6, F, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
S L Mabie, 4, M, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
L V Mabie, 3, F, Child, born in Otsego County, Single
Lived in a frame house worth $3500.2 
(Witness) Census22 June 1880 L. Vena Mabie appeared on the census of 22 June 1880 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; David Mabie, White, Male, 42, Head, Married, Farmer, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in Connecticut
Kate A. Mabie, White, Female, 38, Wife, Married, Keeping House, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Nettie Mabie, White, Female, 11, Daughter, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Seward L. Mabie, White, Male, 9, Son, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
S. Vena Mabie, White, Female, 8, Daughter, Single, attended school, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Minnie Mabie, White, Female, 3, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Leona Mabie, White, Female, 8/12 born Sep, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York.3 
Marriage*3 October 1894 L. Vena Mabie married Warren Eckerson on 3 October 1894 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.1,4 
CensusApril 1910 L. Vena Mabie and Warren Eckerson appeared on the census of April 1910 at 340 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
Artemus W Eckerson, Head, M, W, 45, M1, 15, New York, New York, New York, Agleman, Mill, owns home
Leona Eckerson, Wife, F, W, 37, M1, 15, no children, New York, New York, New York, none
William Mabee, Cousin, M, W, 28, S, New York, New York, New York, Dentist, Dental Co.5 
Census*January 1920 L. Vena Mabie and Warren Eckerson appeared on the census of January 1920 at 149 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
Artimus Eckerson, Head, M, W, 55, M, New York, New York, New York, Salesman, Grocery Store
Vena Eckerson, Wife, F, W, 37, M, New York, New York, New York, none
Netta Mabie, Sister, F, W, 50, S, New York, New York, New York, Nurse, Private Family.6 
(Witness) oObit13 March 1925 L. Vena Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of David Anthony Mabie on 13 March 1925 at Cooperstown, New York; David Anthony Mabie, a Civil War veteran and former well known resident of Amsterdam, died on his 87th. birthday anniversary, Tuesday, March 3rd, at 4:20 a. m., at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Smith, at Roseboom, of uremic poisoning.
He was born in tho town of Roseboom, March 3, 1838 being one of nine children born to William Mabie and Sophia Scripture Mabie. He enlisted Sept. 9, 1862, from South Valley, and was mustered into the United States service at Camp Schuyler, October 15, 1862, in Company I 152d regiment, New York volunteers. He participated in several battles and at the battle of the Wilderness, May 5-7, 1864, was wounded in the left leg, on the second day of the engagement. He was taken to Carpenter's plantation and was there taken prisoner by the White Guerillas and held ten days, when ho was released and sent to Mt. Pleasant hospital at Washington, D. C. After being there for three weeks he was, taken to the McClellan hospital at Philadelphia and later appointed a nurse and finally a head dresser of wounds. He was in the hospital until February 17, 1865, when he returned to his company and participated in the battles of Watkin's House, Boyston Road, White Oak Ridge, Crowe's House, and fall of Petersburg and the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, April 9, 1865. Mr. Mabie was promoted to corporal June 15, 1865 and honorably discharged July 13, 1865 at Munsors' Hill, Va.
December 12, 1878, Mr. Mabie was married at South Valley to Katherine Eliza Hanson, who passed away January 3, 1913. He was engaged in farming in Otsego county until January, 1901, when he moved to the town of Amsterdam, locating on upper Steadwell avenue, where he carried on market gardening until 1909, when he took up his residence in the city, remaining there until about four years ago, when he move4 to Roseboom, where he has since made his home.
Mr. Mabie was an upright citizen, whose dealings and associations with his fellow men were such as to gain for him the warm regard of all who came into association with him. He was a member of Post E. S. Young, No. 33, G.A.R., of Amsterdam. Mr. Mabie is survived by six children, Miss Nettie U. Mabie, Mrs. A. W. Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam. Mrs. George Foland of Binghamton, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Roseboom and Seward L. Mabie of Dayton, Iowa; eight grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Burt Gray, of Slingerlands, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Effle Mabie, of Amsterdam, and numerous nephews and nieces.
The, funeral was held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Smith, In Roseboom Thursday at 1 p. m., and the remains were interred in the South Valley cemetery.7 
CensusApril 1930 L. Vena Mabie and Warren Eckerson appeared on the census of April 1930 at 160 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
A. Warren Eckerson, Head owns house worth $8000, M, W, 65, M, age at first marriage 28, New York, New York, New York, nine
L Vina Eckerson, Wife, F, W, 57, M, age at first marriage 22, New York, New York, New York, none
Nettie B Mabie, Sister-in-law, F, W, 60, S, New York, New York, New York, none.8 
(Witness) oObit20 February 1931 L. Vena Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Warren Eckerson on 20 February 1931 at Cooperstown, New York; The death of A. Warren Eckerson occurred at his home, No. 160 Division street, Amsterdam Thursday evening February 12th, after a lingering illness, hastened by an attack of angina. He was able to be about the house until a few days preceding his death.
Mr. Eckerson was born in Cherry Valley, April 2, 1865, the son of the late Mr, and Mrs, James Eckerson. He received his education in the Cherry Valley Academy, Later he entered the mercantile business and for several years was one of the firm of McKinley & Eckerson.
In 1894 he was married to Miss Vena Mabie and moved to Amsterdam where he conducted a grocery store on East Main street. He had served as assessor for fourteen years. Both Mr. and Mrs. Eckerson were charter members of the East Main Street M. E. church and later on moving to another part of the city, transferred to the First M. E. church. He had filled important offices in both churches. Mr. Eckerson was devoted to his home and to his church and a man of high standing in the community. He was for several years a resident of the town of Roseboom having been engaged in the mercantile business at Pleasant Brook; and had charge of R. J. Smith's business several months during Mr. Smith's absence in the south.
Prayer service was held Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the home, conducted by the Rev. Ernest F, Tripp, pastor of the First M. E. church, Amsterdam, with funeral service from the M. E. church at Roseboom, Sunday at 2 p. m., the Rev. C. C. Goodell officiating. The church was filled with relatives and friends and there were a large number of floral expressions of sympathy. A wide circle of friends feel in his passing a keen sense of personal loss.
Surviving are the widow, and one sister, Mrs. Frank Winne; and a nephew, A. J. Winne of Cherry Valley, who have the sympathy of all friends in their bereavement. Hanson D. Mabie, Robert J. Smith, Emmett Mabie, George Foland, William Foland and Homer Thompson were the bearers. Interment was made in South Valley cemetery.9 
(Witness) oObit21 April 1934 L. Vena Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 21 April 1934 at Gloversville, New York; Mrs. George C. Foland of Cooperstown, well known here, died Tuesday morning at 8:50 in the Amsterdam City hospital after a lingering illness. She was taken sick in August.
Mrs. Foland was born in South Valley, Otsego County, a daughter of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson. She came of revolutionary stock, her grandfather of the fifth generation being born in Tribes Hill, the first white child to be born in the Mohawk Valley on the north side of the Mohawk River west of Schenectady.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Foland is survived by three sons, William Mabie Foland, Binghamton; Charles Seward Foland, Syracuse, and George David Foland, Cooperstown; one daughter, Catherine Hanson Foland, Cooperstown; two grandsons in Syracuse; two brothers, Seward and Hanson D. Mabie, Amsterdam; three sisters, Miss Nettie E. Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, Amsterdam, and Mrs, Robert J. Smith, Cooperstown; two nieces, Alethea and Marion Mabie, and a nephew, David H. Mabie, of Amsterdam.
The funeral will be held Saturday at the home, 60 Chestnut street, Cooperstown at 1 o'clock and the Christian church in South Valley at 2. Burial will be in South Valley Cemetery.10 
(Witness) oObit20 April 1934 L. Vena Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 20 April 1934 at Cooperstown, New York; The community was. shocked, Tuesday afternoon, to learn of the death at 8:45 o'clock that morning of Mrs. Minnie (Mabie) Foland, wife of George C. Foland. which occurred in .the Amsterdam City Hospital where she went for treatment last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Foland had suffered since last August with an enlargement of the heart, which caused her death.
The body was brought to her home at No. 60 Chestnut street on Wednesday. Owing to .the absence in Washington, D. C of an only daughter Miss Catherine Foland, who is with the members of the Senior Class of the High school on the annual trip of the class, the funeral was postponed until Saturday. It will be held at her home on Chestnut street at 2 o'clock with services at the South Valley church at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Edward C. Petrie will officiate and Peter Jones' and Mrs. Herbert M. Pease will render vocal selections. It was the last request of Mrs. Foland that her daughter be allowed to complete the tour before she should be notified of her mother's death. Members of the family, are, therefore, expecting to meet Miss Foland in New York City and bear the sad news to her when she arrives there, Friday evening.
Mrs. Foland was a native of South Valley, where she was born June 20, 1877, the daughter of the late David and Catherine Hanson Mabie. She continued to reside in South Valley until she was nineteen years of age, when her fami1y removed to Roseboorri, which was her home until her marriage with Mr. Foland of Rosebobm; October 3, 1899. The family have been residents of this village for the past four years, coming here from Binghamton, and during this time, Mrs, Foland had gained many friends, who will feel a keen personal loss in her passing.
Surviving her are the husband, three sons, William Mabie Foland of Binghamton Charles Seward Foland of Syracuse, and George David Foland, residing at home, and the daughter, Miss Catherine Foland, already mentioned.
There also remain three sisters, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of this village, Miss Nettie Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, both of Amsterdam; and two brothers, Seward Mabie and Hanson David Mabie, also of Amsterdam. There are also a niece and nephew, Miss Aleathea Mabie and David Mabie, of Amsterdam, and two grandchildren, Elwin Charles Foland, and Lowell James Foland, of Syracuse. Mrs. Foland was a member of the Presbyterian church of this village, and also held a membership in the Pierstown Grange.11 
(Witness) oObit4 December 1936 L. Vena Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Seward Lincoln Mabie on 4 December 1936 at Cooperstown, New York; Seward L. Mabie passed away at 2 o'clock Friday morning, November 27th, at his home at No. 160 Division Street, Amsterdam, after a lingering, illness of heart trouble.
He was born July 13, 1870, at South Valley and was the son of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson, also of South Valley and Amsterdam.
He is survived by three sisters and one brother, Miss Nettie Mabie, Mrs. Vena Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam and Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, a brother-in-law, George C. Foland, of Cooperstown and several nieces and nephews.
When a young man he went to Iowa where he resided until his health became impaired four years ago. While of a quiet unassuming manner he had many friends.
The funeral was held from the Christian church at South Valley, Sunday afternoon, his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Twining of Amsterdam officiating.12 
(Witness) oObit12 February 1943 L. Vena Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Nettie Eliza Mabie on 12 February 1943 at Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York; Miss Nettie E. Mabie, sister of Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, died Monday morning in the Amsterdam city hospital. She had been ill several months
She was born June 3, 1869; in South Valley, a daughter of David A. and Catherine (Hanson) Mabie. She had been a nurse for forty-five years. Miss Mabie was a member or the Christian church at South Valley since childhood, but had attended the First Baptist
church at Amsterdam for nearly fifty years. She was affiliated with the Amsterdam D. A. R., chapter and a former member of the Amsterdam Century club..
In addition to Mrs. Smith, she leaves a brother, Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam; another sister, Mrs. L. Vena Eckerson of Amsterdam, and several nieces and nephews.
A prayer service was held at eight o'clock Wednesday evening at the Johnson-Lindsay funeral home, Amsterdam, and funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 in the Christian church at South Valley. The body was placed in the Tillapaugh Funeral home vault here, to wait interment in the South Valley cemetery.13 
Death*19 April 1945 L. Vena Mabie died on 19 April 1945 at Cooperstown, New York, at age 72.14 
oObit20 April 1945  On 20 April 1945 at Cooperstown, New York, L.'s obituary read: Mrs. L. Vena (Mabie) Eckerson of Amsterdam, died Tuesday afternoon at 1:55 o'clock in the Mary Imogene Bassett hospital after a lingering illness.
Born in South Valley April 29, 1872, she was the daughter of David A. and Catherine. Hanson Mabie. She was married October .3, 1894, to A. Warren Eckerson of Pleasant Brook, who died February 12, 1931. All of their married life was spent in Amsterdam.
Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown; a brother,
Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam; nieces, nephews, and cousins, and one uncle.
Funeral services were held from the Tillapaugh Funeral home Thursday at 2;30 p. m;the Rev. F. W. Connell, Methodist pastor, officiating, and interment was in South Valley Cemetery.14 
Burial* She was buried at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.1 

Family

Warren Eckerson b. 2 Apr 1865, d. 12 Feb 1931

Citations

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Minnie Hanson Mabie

F, #13914, b. 20 June 1877, d. 17 April 1934
FatherDavid Anthony Mabie1 b. 3 Mar 1838, d. 3 Mar 1925
MotherCatherine Alida Hanson1 b. 23 Sep 1842, d. 3 Jan 1913
Reference13914
Married Name Her married name was Foland. 
Birth*20 June 1877 Minnie Hanson Mabie was born on 20 June 1877 at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.1 
(Witness) Census22 June 1880 Minnie Hanson Mabie appeared on the census of 22 June 1880 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; David Mabie, White, Male, 42, Head, Married, Farmer, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in Connecticut
Kate A. Mabie, White, Female, 38, Wife, Married, Keeping House, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Nettie Mabie, White, Female, 11, Daughter, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Seward L. Mabie, White, Male, 9, Son, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
S. Vena Mabie, White, Female, 8, Daughter, Single, attended school, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Minnie Mabie, White, Female, 3, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Leona Mabie, White, Female, 8/12 born Sep, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York.2 
Marriage*3 October 1899 Minnie Hanson Mabie married George Charles Foland on 3 October 1899.
"Minnie and Vena Eckerson were both married on October 3; in the same year."1 
Residence*12 September 1918 Minnie Hanson Mabie and George Charles Foland lived on 12 September 1918 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.3 
(Witness) oObit13 March 1925 Minnie Hanson Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of David Anthony Mabie on 13 March 1925 at Cooperstown, New York; David Anthony Mabie, a Civil War veteran and former well known resident of Amsterdam, died on his 87th. birthday anniversary, Tuesday, March 3rd, at 4:20 a. m., at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Smith, at Roseboom, of uremic poisoning.
He was born in tho town of Roseboom, March 3, 1838 being one of nine children born to William Mabie and Sophia Scripture Mabie. He enlisted Sept. 9, 1862, from South Valley, and was mustered into the United States service at Camp Schuyler, October 15, 1862, in Company I 152d regiment, New York volunteers. He participated in several battles and at the battle of the Wilderness, May 5-7, 1864, was wounded in the left leg, on the second day of the engagement. He was taken to Carpenter's plantation and was there taken prisoner by the White Guerillas and held ten days, when ho was released and sent to Mt. Pleasant hospital at Washington, D. C. After being there for three weeks he was, taken to the McClellan hospital at Philadelphia and later appointed a nurse and finally a head dresser of wounds. He was in the hospital until February 17, 1865, when he returned to his company and participated in the battles of Watkin's House, Boyston Road, White Oak Ridge, Crowe's House, and fall of Petersburg and the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, April 9, 1865. Mr. Mabie was promoted to corporal June 15, 1865 and honorably discharged July 13, 1865 at Munsors' Hill, Va.
December 12, 1878, Mr. Mabie was married at South Valley to Katherine Eliza Hanson, who passed away January 3, 1913. He was engaged in farming in Otsego county until January, 1901, when he moved to the town of Amsterdam, locating on upper Steadwell avenue, where he carried on market gardening until 1909, when he took up his residence in the city, remaining there until about four years ago, when he move4 to Roseboom, where he has since made his home.
Mr. Mabie was an upright citizen, whose dealings and associations with his fellow men were such as to gain for him the warm regard of all who came into association with him. He was a member of Post E. S. Young, No. 33, G.A.R., of Amsterdam. Mr. Mabie is survived by six children, Miss Nettie U. Mabie, Mrs. A. W. Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam. Mrs. George Foland of Binghamton, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Roseboom and Seward L. Mabie of Dayton, Iowa; eight grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Burt Gray, of Slingerlands, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Effle Mabie, of Amsterdam, and numerous nephews and nieces.
The, funeral was held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Smith, In Roseboom Thursday at 1 p. m., and the remains were interred in the South Valley cemetery.4 
Death*17 April 1934 Minnie Hanson Mabie died on 17 April 1934 at Amsterdam City Hospital, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York, at age 56.5 
oObit20 April 1934  On 20 April 1934 at Cooperstown, New York, Minnie's obituary read: The community was. shocked, Tuesday afternoon, to learn of the death at 8:45 o'clock that morning of Mrs. Minnie (Mabie) Foland, wife of George C. Foland. which occurred in .the Amsterdam City Hospital where she went for treatment last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Foland had suffered since last August with an enlargement of the heart, which caused her death.
The body was brought to her home at No. 60 Chestnut street on Wednesday. Owing to .the absence in Washington, D. C of an only daughter Miss Catherine Foland, who is with the members of the Senior Class of the High school on the annual trip of the class, the funeral was postponed until Saturday. It will be held at her home on Chestnut street at 2 o'clock with services at the South Valley church at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Edward C. Petrie will officiate and Peter Jones' and Mrs. Herbert M. Pease will render vocal selections. It was the last request of Mrs. Foland that her daughter be allowed to complete the tour before she should be notified of her mother's death. Members of the family, are, therefore, expecting to meet Miss Foland in New York City and bear the sad news to her when she arrives there, Friday evening.
Mrs. Foland was a native of South Valley, where she was born June 20, 1877, the daughter of the late David and Catherine Hanson Mabie. She continued to reside in South Valley until she was nineteen years of age, when her fami1y removed to Roseboorri, which was her home until her marriage with Mr. Foland of Rosebobm; October 3, 1899. The family have been residents of this village for the past four years, coming here from Binghamton, and during this time, Mrs, Foland had gained many friends, who will feel a keen personal loss in her passing.
Surviving her are the husband, three sons, William Mabie Foland of Binghamton Charles Seward Foland of Syracuse, and George David Foland, residing at home, and the daughter, Miss Catherine Foland, already mentioned.
There also remain three sisters, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of this village, Miss Nettie Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, both of Amsterdam; and two brothers, Seward Mabie and Hanson David Mabie, also of Amsterdam. There are also a niece and nephew, Miss Aleathea Mabie and David Mabie, of Amsterdam, and two grandchildren, Elwin Charles Foland, and Lowell James Foland, of Syracuse. Mrs. Foland was a member of the Presbyterian church of this village, and also held a membership in the Pierstown Grange.5 
oObit21 April 1934  On 21 April 1934 at Gloversville, New York, Minnie's obituary read: Mrs. George C. Foland of Cooperstown, well known here, died Tuesday morning at 8:50 in the Amsterdam City hospital after a lingering illness. She was taken sick in August.
Mrs. Foland was born in South Valley, Otsego County, a daughter of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson. She came of revolutionary stock, her grandfather of the fifth generation being born in Tribes Hill, the first white child to be born in the Mohawk Valley on the north side of the Mohawk River west of Schenectady.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Foland is survived by three sons, William Mabie Foland, Binghamton; Charles Seward Foland, Syracuse, and George David Foland, Cooperstown; one daughter, Catherine Hanson Foland, Cooperstown; two grandsons in Syracuse; two brothers, Seward and Hanson D. Mabie, Amsterdam; three sisters, Miss Nettie E. Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, Amsterdam, and Mrs, Robert J. Smith, Cooperstown; two nieces, Alethea and Marion Mabie, and a nephew, David H. Mabie, of Amsterdam.
The funeral will be held Saturday at the home, 60 Chestnut street, Cooperstown at 1 o'clock and the Christian church in South Valley at 2. Burial will be in South Valley Cemetery.6 
Burial*21 April 1934 She was buried on 21 April 1934 at Pleasant Brook Cemetery, South Valley, Otsego County, New York.7 

Family

George Charles Foland b. 15 Jun 1879, d. 2 Jun 1960
Children

Citations

  1. [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
  2. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll: 916; Family History Film: 1254916; Page: 465A; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 0585.
  3. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, Roll 1711955.
  4. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Cooperstown NY Otsego Farmer, Friday, March 13, 1935.
  5. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Cooperstown NY Otsego Farmer & Republican, Friday, April 20, 1934.
  6. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Morning Herald, Gloversville NY, April 21, 1934.
  7. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8: South Valley-Pleasant Brook Cemetery records transcribed by Patricia Mabie http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyotsego/svpbrook.html, in Lot 45.

Leona Evelyn Mabie

F, #13915, b. 29 September 1879, d. 30 October 1971
FatherDavid Anthony Mabie1 b. 3 Mar 1838, d. 3 Mar 1925
MotherCatherine Alida Hanson1 b. 23 Sep 1842, d. 3 Jan 1913
Reference13915
Married Name Her married name was Smith. 
Birth*29 September 1879 Leona Evelyn Mabie was born on 29 September 1879 at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.1 
(Witness) Census22 June 1880 Leona Evelyn Mabie appeared on the census of 22 June 1880 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; David Mabie, White, Male, 42, Head, Married, Farmer, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in Connecticut
Kate A. Mabie, White, Female, 38, Wife, Married, Keeping House, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Nettie Mabie, White, Female, 11, Daughter, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Seward L. Mabie, White, Male, 9, Son, Single, At School, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
S. Vena Mabie, White, Female, 8, Daughter, Single, attended school, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Minnie Mabie, White, Female, 3, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York
Leona Mabie, White, Female, 8/12 born Sep, Daughter, Single, born in New York, Father born in New York, Mother born in New York.2 
(Witness) CensusJune 1900 Leona Evelyn Mabie appeared on the census of June 1900 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; David H Mabie, Head, W, M, Mar 1838, 62, M, 32, New York, New York, New York, Farmer
Kate A Mabie, Wife, W, F, Sept 1841, 58, M, 32, 6 children born - still living 6, New York, New York, New York
Leona E Mabie, Daughter, W, F, Sept 1879, 20, S, New York, New York, New York
Hanson Mabie, Son, W, M, Jan 1884, 16, S, New York, New York, New York, Farm Laborer.3 
Marriage*23 December 1900 Leona Evelyn Mabie married Robert Johnson Smith on 23 December 1900 at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York.4 
Residence*12 September 1918 Leona Evelyn Mabie and Robert Johnson Smith lived on 12 September 1918 at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York.5 
(Witness) oObit13 March 1925 Leona Evelyn Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of David Anthony Mabie on 13 March 1925 at Cooperstown, New York; David Anthony Mabie, a Civil War veteran and former well known resident of Amsterdam, died on his 87th. birthday anniversary, Tuesday, March 3rd, at 4:20 a. m., at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Smith, at Roseboom, of uremic poisoning.
He was born in tho town of Roseboom, March 3, 1838 being one of nine children born to William Mabie and Sophia Scripture Mabie. He enlisted Sept. 9, 1862, from South Valley, and was mustered into the United States service at Camp Schuyler, October 15, 1862, in Company I 152d regiment, New York volunteers. He participated in several battles and at the battle of the Wilderness, May 5-7, 1864, was wounded in the left leg, on the second day of the engagement. He was taken to Carpenter's plantation and was there taken prisoner by the White Guerillas and held ten days, when ho was released and sent to Mt. Pleasant hospital at Washington, D. C. After being there for three weeks he was, taken to the McClellan hospital at Philadelphia and later appointed a nurse and finally a head dresser of wounds. He was in the hospital until February 17, 1865, when he returned to his company and participated in the battles of Watkin's House, Boyston Road, White Oak Ridge, Crowe's House, and fall of Petersburg and the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, April 9, 1865. Mr. Mabie was promoted to corporal June 15, 1865 and honorably discharged July 13, 1865 at Munsors' Hill, Va.
December 12, 1878, Mr. Mabie was married at South Valley to Katherine Eliza Hanson, who passed away January 3, 1913. He was engaged in farming in Otsego county until January, 1901, when he moved to the town of Amsterdam, locating on upper Steadwell avenue, where he carried on market gardening until 1909, when he took up his residence in the city, remaining there until about four years ago, when he move4 to Roseboom, where he has since made his home.
Mr. Mabie was an upright citizen, whose dealings and associations with his fellow men were such as to gain for him the warm regard of all who came into association with him. He was a member of Post E. S. Young, No. 33, G.A.R., of Amsterdam. Mr. Mabie is survived by six children, Miss Nettie U. Mabie, Mrs. A. W. Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam. Mrs. George Foland of Binghamton, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Roseboom and Seward L. Mabie of Dayton, Iowa; eight grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Burt Gray, of Slingerlands, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Effle Mabie, of Amsterdam, and numerous nephews and nieces.
The, funeral was held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Smith, In Roseboom Thursday at 1 p. m., and the remains were interred in the South Valley cemetery.6 
(Witness) oObit21 April 1934 Leona Evelyn Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 21 April 1934 at Gloversville, New York; Mrs. George C. Foland of Cooperstown, well known here, died Tuesday morning at 8:50 in the Amsterdam City hospital after a lingering illness. She was taken sick in August.
Mrs. Foland was born in South Valley, Otsego County, a daughter of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson. She came of revolutionary stock, her grandfather of the fifth generation being born in Tribes Hill, the first white child to be born in the Mohawk Valley on the north side of the Mohawk River west of Schenectady.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Foland is survived by three sons, William Mabie Foland, Binghamton; Charles Seward Foland, Syracuse, and George David Foland, Cooperstown; one daughter, Catherine Hanson Foland, Cooperstown; two grandsons in Syracuse; two brothers, Seward and Hanson D. Mabie, Amsterdam; three sisters, Miss Nettie E. Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, Amsterdam, and Mrs, Robert J. Smith, Cooperstown; two nieces, Alethea and Marion Mabie, and a nephew, David H. Mabie, of Amsterdam.
The funeral will be held Saturday at the home, 60 Chestnut street, Cooperstown at 1 o'clock and the Christian church in South Valley at 2. Burial will be in South Valley Cemetery.7 
(Witness) oObit20 April 1934 Leona Evelyn Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 20 April 1934 at Cooperstown, New York; The community was. shocked, Tuesday afternoon, to learn of the death at 8:45 o'clock that morning of Mrs. Minnie (Mabie) Foland, wife of George C. Foland. which occurred in .the Amsterdam City Hospital where she went for treatment last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Foland had suffered since last August with an enlargement of the heart, which caused her death.
The body was brought to her home at No. 60 Chestnut street on Wednesday. Owing to .the absence in Washington, D. C of an only daughter Miss Catherine Foland, who is with the members of the Senior Class of the High school on the annual trip of the class, the funeral was postponed until Saturday. It will be held at her home on Chestnut street at 2 o'clock with services at the South Valley church at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Edward C. Petrie will officiate and Peter Jones' and Mrs. Herbert M. Pease will render vocal selections. It was the last request of Mrs. Foland that her daughter be allowed to complete the tour before she should be notified of her mother's death. Members of the family, are, therefore, expecting to meet Miss Foland in New York City and bear the sad news to her when she arrives there, Friday evening.
Mrs. Foland was a native of South Valley, where she was born June 20, 1877, the daughter of the late David and Catherine Hanson Mabie. She continued to reside in South Valley until she was nineteen years of age, when her fami1y removed to Roseboorri, which was her home until her marriage with Mr. Foland of Rosebobm; October 3, 1899. The family have been residents of this village for the past four years, coming here from Binghamton, and during this time, Mrs, Foland had gained many friends, who will feel a keen personal loss in her passing.
Surviving her are the husband, three sons, William Mabie Foland of Binghamton Charles Seward Foland of Syracuse, and George David Foland, residing at home, and the daughter, Miss Catherine Foland, already mentioned.
There also remain three sisters, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of this village, Miss Nettie Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, both of Amsterdam; and two brothers, Seward Mabie and Hanson David Mabie, also of Amsterdam. There are also a niece and nephew, Miss Aleathea Mabie and David Mabie, of Amsterdam, and two grandchildren, Elwin Charles Foland, and Lowell James Foland, of Syracuse. Mrs. Foland was a member of the Presbyterian church of this village, and also held a membership in the Pierstown Grange.8 
(Witness) oObit4 December 1936 Leona Evelyn Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Seward Lincoln Mabie on 4 December 1936 at Cooperstown, New York; Seward L. Mabie passed away at 2 o'clock Friday morning, November 27th, at his home at No. 160 Division Street, Amsterdam, after a lingering, illness of heart trouble.
He was born July 13, 1870, at South Valley and was the son of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson, also of South Valley and Amsterdam.
He is survived by three sisters and one brother, Miss Nettie Mabie, Mrs. Vena Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam and Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, a brother-in-law, George C. Foland, of Cooperstown and several nieces and nephews.
When a young man he went to Iowa where he resided until his health became impaired four years ago. While of a quiet unassuming manner he had many friends.
The funeral was held from the Christian church at South Valley, Sunday afternoon, his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Twining of Amsterdam officiating.9 
(Witness) oObit12 February 1943 Leona Evelyn Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Nettie Eliza Mabie on 12 February 1943 at Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York; Miss Nettie E. Mabie, sister of Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, died Monday morning in the Amsterdam city hospital. She had been ill several months
She was born June 3, 1869; in South Valley, a daughter of David A. and Catherine (Hanson) Mabie. She had been a nurse for forty-five years. Miss Mabie was a member or the Christian church at South Valley since childhood, but had attended the First Baptist
church at Amsterdam for nearly fifty years. She was affiliated with the Amsterdam D. A. R., chapter and a former member of the Amsterdam Century club..
In addition to Mrs. Smith, she leaves a brother, Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam; another sister, Mrs. L. Vena Eckerson of Amsterdam, and several nieces and nephews.
A prayer service was held at eight o'clock Wednesday evening at the Johnson-Lindsay funeral home, Amsterdam, and funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 in the Christian church at South Valley. The body was placed in the Tillapaugh Funeral home vault here, to wait interment in the South Valley cemetery.10 
(Witness) oObit20 April 1945 Leona Evelyn Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of L. Vena Mabie on 20 April 1945 at Cooperstown, New York; Mrs. L. Vena (Mabie) Eckerson of Amsterdam, died Tuesday afternoon at 1:55 o'clock in the Mary Imogene Bassett hospital after a lingering illness.
Born in South Valley April 29, 1872, she was the daughter of David A. and Catherine. Hanson Mabie. She was married October .3, 1894, to A. Warren Eckerson of Pleasant Brook, who died February 12, 1931. All of their married life was spent in Amsterdam.
Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown; a brother,
Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam; nieces, nephews, and cousins, and one uncle.
Funeral services were held from the Tillapaugh Funeral home Thursday at 2;30 p. m;the Rev. F. W. Connell, Methodist pastor, officiating, and interment was in South Valley Cemetery.11 
(Witness) oObit16 December 1965 Leona Evelyn Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Robert Johnson Smith on 16 December 1965 at Cooperstown, New York; The death of Robert J. Smith of this village, a former Otsego County Treasurer and chairman of the Otsego County Board of Supervisors, occurred Wednesday of .last week at the Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital following a long illness. He would have been 86 years old last Sunday.
Mr. Smith was born in Cooperstown on December 12, 1879, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith. He was educated in the public schools, and taught school in Roseboom for 15 years prior to entering business in that community, where he operated a store for 15 years. He was a member of the Otsego County Board of Supervisors from Roseboom for six years, and was chairman of the Board in 1925. He served two three-year terms as Otsego County Treasurer, from January 1, 1930 until December 31, 1935. Since his retirement from that office he had made his home in Cooperstown where he was a member of the Village Board of Trustees for a number of years, and served as Mayor from August 1943 until March 1944.
He was a long-time member of the Rotary Club and at his death was an honorary member. He served for several years as its sergeant-at-arms. He also was a member of the First Methodist Church of this village.
He was a 32nd Degree Mason, a member and Past Master of Cherry Valley Lodge. F. and A. M; a member and Past High Priest of Otsego Chapter. No.. 26, Royal Arch Masons; a member and Past Commander of Otsego Cornmandry, No. 76, Knights Templar; and a member of Ziyara Shrine Temple of Utica. He was a Past District Deputy Grand Master of the Otsego-Schoharie District, and a member of the Past Masters Association of Otsego Lodge.
Mr. Smith served as director of Civil Defense for Otsego County during World War II. At his death, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the First National Bank of Cooperstown.
He married the former Miss Leona Mabie on December 23, 1900 in Roseboom. She survives together with four nephews, William Foland of Binghamton, Charles Foland of Syracuse, George Foland of .Cooperstown, and David Mabie of Marshville; and three nieces, Miss Katherine Foland of Frederick, Md., Mrs. Richard Vedder of Amsterdam, and Mrs. Marian Mabie, also of Amsterdam.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Tillapaugh Funeral Home here with the Rev. Frederick L. Connell, former pastor, and the Rev. Albert F. Almstedt, present pastor of the First Methodist Church officiating. Members of the Cherry Valley Masonic Lodge conducted a Masonic service at the funeral home Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Burial was in South Valley Cemetery.12 
Death*30 October 1971 Leona Evelyn Mabie died on 30 October 1971 at Cooperstown, New York, at age 92.1 
Burial* She was buried at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.1 
oObit9 November 1971  On 9 November 1971 at Cooperstown, New York, Leona's obituary read: Mrs. Leona E. Smith, 92, of 12 Susquehanna Avenue, widow of former County Treasurer Robert J. Smith, died October 30 at the Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, following a long illness.
Mrs. Smith was born September 29, 1879 at South Valley, daughter of David and Catherine (Hanson) Mabie. She was married to Mr. Smith in 1900 at Roseboom. He died December 11, 1965.
She had lived in Cooperstown since 1930 and was a member of the United Methodist Church and its WSCS; the Ellen Littell Missionary Society; Otsego Chapter, OES; and the DAR.
She was a collector of antiques and for many years operated an antique shop in her home. She had been a resident of Woodside Hall for the past five years.
She is survived by three nieces, Miss Catherine H. Foland, Frederick, Md; Mrs. Richard (Alethla) Vedder, Amsterdam, and Miss Marian Mabie, Amsterdam; four nephews, William M. Foland, Binghamton; Charles S. Foland, Syracuse; George D. Foland, Cooperstown, and - David A Mabie, Canajoharie.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Ingalis Connell and Dow Funeral Home here, with the Rev. Harold J. Saxton, pastor of Cooperstown United Methodist Church officiating, Burial was in South Valley Cemetery.13 

Family

Robert Johnson Smith b. 14 Dec 1880, d. 11 Dec 1965
Child

Citations

  1. [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
  2. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll: 916; Family History Film: 1254916; Page: 465A; Enumeration District: 120; Image: 0585.
  3. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll: T623 1146; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 139.
  4. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, from obit in The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown NY, Thursday, December 16, 1965.
  5. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, Roll 1818709, Draft Board 2.
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Hanson David Mabie

M, #13916, b. 12 January 1884, d. 12 November 1957
FatherDavid Anthony Mabie1 b. 3 Mar 1838, d. 3 Mar 1925
MotherCatherine Alida Hanson1 b. 23 Sep 1842, d. 3 Jan 1913
Reference13916
Birth*12 January 1884 Hanson David Mabie was born on 12 January 1884 at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.1,2,3 
(Witness) CensusJune 1900 Hanson David Mabie appeared on the census of June 1900 in the household of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson at Roseboom Township, Otsego County, New York,
; David H Mabie, Head, W, M, Mar 1838, 62, M, 32, New York, New York, New York, Farmer
Kate A Mabie, Wife, W, F, Sept 1841, 58, M, 32, 6 children born - still living 6, New York, New York, New York
Leona E Mabie, Daughter, W, F, Sept 1879, 20, S, New York, New York, New York
Hanson Mabie, Son, W, M, Jan 1884, 16, S, New York, New York, New York, Farm Laborer.4 
Marriage*5 February 1908 Hanson David Mabie married Bertha Ella Neiholz on 5 February 1908 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.5 
CensusApril 1910 Hanson David Mabie and Bertha Ella Neiholz appeared on the census of April 1910 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
Hanson D Mabee, Head, M, W, 26, M1, 2, New York, New York, New York, Farms own farm
Bertha Mabee, Wife, F, W, 27, M1, 2, no children, New York, Germany, Germany, none.6 
Anecdote*12 September 1918 Hanson David Mabie, 34, of RFD 4, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York, born January 12, 1884, registered for the draft on September 12, 1918, at Fonda, Montgomery County, New York. He was a Farmer. His nearest living relative was Bertha Ella Mabie, at the above address. He was white, tall, stout, with blue eyes and brown hair.7 
Residence*12 September 1918 Hanson David Mabie and Bertha Ella Neiholz lived on 12 September 1918 at RD # 4, Amsterdam Township, Montgomery County, New York, with David Henry Mabie.7 
(Witness) Anecdote12 September 1918 George Charles Foland of #4 Amsterdam, NY, born 15 Jun 1879, registered for the draft on September 12, 1918, at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. He was a Farmer for Hanson Mabie, at Amsterdam, Mont, NY. His nearest living relative was Minnie H. Foland, at the above address. He was white, 5'6", of medium build, with brown eyes and dark brown hair.8 
CensusJanuary 1920 Hanson David Mabie and Bertha Ella Neiholz appeared on the census of January 1920 at Amsterdam Township, Montgomery County, New York.
Hanson D Mabie, Head, M, W, 36, M, New York, New York, New York, Farms own farm
Bertha E. Mabie, Wife, F, W, 38, M, New York, Germany, Germany
David H. Mabie, Son, M, W, 4yr 6mo, S, New York, New York, New York.9 
(Witness) oObit13 March 1925 Hanson David Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of David Anthony Mabie on 13 March 1925 at Cooperstown, New York; David Anthony Mabie, a Civil War veteran and former well known resident of Amsterdam, died on his 87th. birthday anniversary, Tuesday, March 3rd, at 4:20 a. m., at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Smith, at Roseboom, of uremic poisoning.
He was born in tho town of Roseboom, March 3, 1838 being one of nine children born to William Mabie and Sophia Scripture Mabie. He enlisted Sept. 9, 1862, from South Valley, and was mustered into the United States service at Camp Schuyler, October 15, 1862, in Company I 152d regiment, New York volunteers. He participated in several battles and at the battle of the Wilderness, May 5-7, 1864, was wounded in the left leg, on the second day of the engagement. He was taken to Carpenter's plantation and was there taken prisoner by the White Guerillas and held ten days, when ho was released and sent to Mt. Pleasant hospital at Washington, D. C. After being there for three weeks he was, taken to the McClellan hospital at Philadelphia and later appointed a nurse and finally a head dresser of wounds. He was in the hospital until February 17, 1865, when he returned to his company and participated in the battles of Watkin's House, Boyston Road, White Oak Ridge, Crowe's House, and fall of Petersburg and the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, April 9, 1865. Mr. Mabie was promoted to corporal June 15, 1865 and honorably discharged July 13, 1865 at Munsors' Hill, Va.
December 12, 1878, Mr. Mabie was married at South Valley to Katherine Eliza Hanson, who passed away January 3, 1913. He was engaged in farming in Otsego county until January, 1901, when he moved to the town of Amsterdam, locating on upper Steadwell avenue, where he carried on market gardening until 1909, when he took up his residence in the city, remaining there until about four years ago, when he move4 to Roseboom, where he has since made his home.
Mr. Mabie was an upright citizen, whose dealings and associations with his fellow men were such as to gain for him the warm regard of all who came into association with him. He was a member of Post E. S. Young, No. 33, G.A.R., of Amsterdam. Mr. Mabie is survived by six children, Miss Nettie U. Mabie, Mrs. A. W. Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam. Mrs. George Foland of Binghamton, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Roseboom and Seward L. Mabie of Dayton, Iowa; eight grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Burt Gray, of Slingerlands, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Effle Mabie, of Amsterdam, and numerous nephews and nieces.
The, funeral was held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Smith, In Roseboom Thursday at 1 p. m., and the remains were interred in the South Valley cemetery.10 
Census*April 1930 Hanson David Mabie and Bertha Ella Neiholz appeared on the census of April 1930 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
Hansons D Mabie, Head, M, W, 46, M, age at first marriage 24, New York, New York, New York, farms own general farm
Bertha E Mabie, Wife, F, W, 48, M, age at first marriage 26, New York, Germany, Germany
David H Mabie, Son, M, W, 14, S, New York, New York, New York
Alethia K Mabie, Daughter, F, W, 7, S, New York, New York, New York
Marrion Mabie, Daughter, F, W, 6, S, New York, New York, New York
Katherine Nehiolz, Mother in law, F, W, 80, Wd, first married at 21, Germany, Germany, Germany, immigrated in 1870.11 
(Witness) oObit20 February 1931 Hanson David Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Warren Eckerson on 20 February 1931 at Cooperstown, New York; The death of A. Warren Eckerson occurred at his home, No. 160 Division street, Amsterdam Thursday evening February 12th, after a lingering illness, hastened by an attack of angina. He was able to be about the house until a few days preceding his death.
Mr. Eckerson was born in Cherry Valley, April 2, 1865, the son of the late Mr, and Mrs, James Eckerson. He received his education in the Cherry Valley Academy, Later he entered the mercantile business and for several years was one of the firm of McKinley & Eckerson.
In 1894 he was married to Miss Vena Mabie and moved to Amsterdam where he conducted a grocery store on East Main street. He had served as assessor for fourteen years. Both Mr. and Mrs. Eckerson were charter members of the East Main Street M. E. church and later on moving to another part of the city, transferred to the First M. E. church. He had filled important offices in both churches. Mr. Eckerson was devoted to his home and to his church and a man of high standing in the community. He was for several years a resident of the town of Roseboom having been engaged in the mercantile business at Pleasant Brook; and had charge of R. J. Smith's business several months during Mr. Smith's absence in the south.
Prayer service was held Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the home, conducted by the Rev. Ernest F, Tripp, pastor of the First M. E. church, Amsterdam, with funeral service from the M. E. church at Roseboom, Sunday at 2 p. m., the Rev. C. C. Goodell officiating. The church was filled with relatives and friends and there were a large number of floral expressions of sympathy. A wide circle of friends feel in his passing a keen sense of personal loss.
Surviving are the widow, and one sister, Mrs. Frank Winne; and a nephew, A. J. Winne of Cherry Valley, who have the sympathy of all friends in their bereavement. Hanson D. Mabie, Robert J. Smith, Emmett Mabie, George Foland, William Foland and Homer Thompson were the bearers. Interment was made in South Valley cemetery.12 
(Witness) oObit21 April 1934 Hanson David Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 21 April 1934 at Gloversville, New York; Mrs. George C. Foland of Cooperstown, well known here, died Tuesday morning at 8:50 in the Amsterdam City hospital after a lingering illness. She was taken sick in August.
Mrs. Foland was born in South Valley, Otsego County, a daughter of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson. She came of revolutionary stock, her grandfather of the fifth generation being born in Tribes Hill, the first white child to be born in the Mohawk Valley on the north side of the Mohawk River west of Schenectady.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Foland is survived by three sons, William Mabie Foland, Binghamton; Charles Seward Foland, Syracuse, and George David Foland, Cooperstown; one daughter, Catherine Hanson Foland, Cooperstown; two grandsons in Syracuse; two brothers, Seward and Hanson D. Mabie, Amsterdam; three sisters, Miss Nettie E. Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, Amsterdam, and Mrs, Robert J. Smith, Cooperstown; two nieces, Alethea and Marion Mabie, and a nephew, David H. Mabie, of Amsterdam.
The funeral will be held Saturday at the home, 60 Chestnut street, Cooperstown at 1 o'clock and the Christian church in South Valley at 2. Burial will be in South Valley Cemetery.13 
(Witness) oObit20 April 1934 Hanson David Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 20 April 1934 at Cooperstown, New York; The community was. shocked, Tuesday afternoon, to learn of the death at 8:45 o'clock that morning of Mrs. Minnie (Mabie) Foland, wife of George C. Foland. which occurred in .the Amsterdam City Hospital where she went for treatment last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Foland had suffered since last August with an enlargement of the heart, which caused her death.
The body was brought to her home at No. 60 Chestnut street on Wednesday. Owing to .the absence in Washington, D. C of an only daughter Miss Catherine Foland, who is with the members of the Senior Class of the High school on the annual trip of the class, the funeral was postponed until Saturday. It will be held at her home on Chestnut street at 2 o'clock with services at the South Valley church at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Edward C. Petrie will officiate and Peter Jones' and Mrs. Herbert M. Pease will render vocal selections. It was the last request of Mrs. Foland that her daughter be allowed to complete the tour before she should be notified of her mother's death. Members of the family, are, therefore, expecting to meet Miss Foland in New York City and bear the sad news to her when she arrives there, Friday evening.
Mrs. Foland was a native of South Valley, where she was born June 20, 1877, the daughter of the late David and Catherine Hanson Mabie. She continued to reside in South Valley until she was nineteen years of age, when her fami1y removed to Roseboorri, which was her home until her marriage with Mr. Foland of Rosebobm; October 3, 1899. The family have been residents of this village for the past four years, coming here from Binghamton, and during this time, Mrs, Foland had gained many friends, who will feel a keen personal loss in her passing.
Surviving her are the husband, three sons, William Mabie Foland of Binghamton Charles Seward Foland of Syracuse, and George David Foland, residing at home, and the daughter, Miss Catherine Foland, already mentioned.
There also remain three sisters, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of this village, Miss Nettie Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, both of Amsterdam; and two brothers, Seward Mabie and Hanson David Mabie, also of Amsterdam. There are also a niece and nephew, Miss Aleathea Mabie and David Mabie, of Amsterdam, and two grandchildren, Elwin Charles Foland, and Lowell James Foland, of Syracuse. Mrs. Foland was a member of the Presbyterian church of this village, and also held a membership in the Pierstown Grange.14 
(Witness) oObit4 December 1936 Hanson David Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Seward Lincoln Mabie on 4 December 1936 at Cooperstown, New York; Seward L. Mabie passed away at 2 o'clock Friday morning, November 27th, at his home at No. 160 Division Street, Amsterdam, after a lingering, illness of heart trouble.
He was born July 13, 1870, at South Valley and was the son of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson, also of South Valley and Amsterdam.
He is survived by three sisters and one brother, Miss Nettie Mabie, Mrs. Vena Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam and Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, a brother-in-law, George C. Foland, of Cooperstown and several nieces and nephews.
When a young man he went to Iowa where he resided until his health became impaired four years ago. While of a quiet unassuming manner he had many friends.
The funeral was held from the Christian church at South Valley, Sunday afternoon, his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Twining of Amsterdam officiating.15 
Census3 May 1940 Hanson David Mabie and Bertha Ella Neiholz appeared on the census of 3 May 1940 at RD # 4, Amsterdam Township, Montgomery County, New York.
Hanson Mabie, owns home worth $3500 on farm, Head, M, W, 56, M, completed 8 years school, born in New York, Farms own farm, wages earned in 1939 - $900
Bertha Mabie, Wife, F, W, 58, M, completed 6 years school, born in New York
Alethia Mabie, Daughter, F, W, 17, S, attended school, completed 4 years high school, born in New York
Maerian Mabie, Daughter, F, W, 16, S, attended school, completed 2 years high school, born in New York.16 
(Witness) oObit12 February 1943 Hanson David Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of Nettie Eliza Mabie on 12 February 1943 at Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York; Miss Nettie E. Mabie, sister of Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, died Monday morning in the Amsterdam city hospital. She had been ill several months
She was born June 3, 1869; in South Valley, a daughter of David A. and Catherine (Hanson) Mabie. She had been a nurse for forty-five years. Miss Mabie was a member or the Christian church at South Valley since childhood, but had attended the First Baptist
church at Amsterdam for nearly fifty years. She was affiliated with the Amsterdam D. A. R., chapter and a former member of the Amsterdam Century club..
In addition to Mrs. Smith, she leaves a brother, Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam; another sister, Mrs. L. Vena Eckerson of Amsterdam, and several nieces and nephews.
A prayer service was held at eight o'clock Wednesday evening at the Johnson-Lindsay funeral home, Amsterdam, and funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 in the Christian church at South Valley. The body was placed in the Tillapaugh Funeral home vault here, to wait interment in the South Valley cemetery.17 
(Witness) oObit20 April 1945 Hanson David Mabie was mentioned in the obituary of L. Vena Mabie on 20 April 1945 at Cooperstown, New York; Mrs. L. Vena (Mabie) Eckerson of Amsterdam, died Tuesday afternoon at 1:55 o'clock in the Mary Imogene Bassett hospital after a lingering illness.
Born in South Valley April 29, 1872, she was the daughter of David A. and Catherine. Hanson Mabie. She was married October .3, 1894, to A. Warren Eckerson of Pleasant Brook, who died February 12, 1931. All of their married life was spent in Amsterdam.
Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown; a brother,
Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam; nieces, nephews, and cousins, and one uncle.
Funeral services were held from the Tillapaugh Funeral home Thursday at 2;30 p. m;the Rev. F. W. Connell, Methodist pastor, officiating, and interment was in South Valley Cemetery.18 
Death*12 November 1957 Hanson David Mabie died on 12 November 1957 at Albany, Albany County, New York, at age 73.2 
oObit13 November 1957  On 13 November 1957 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York, Hanson's obituary read: Hanson D. Mabie, assessor of the Town of Amsterdam and one of the section's leading farmers, died Tuesday in the Albany Hospital where he had been a patient for six days.
Mr. Mabie had served as town assessor for eight years and was reelected to that office on the Republican ticket for another term Nov. 5.
He was born in South Valley, Otsego County, Jan. 12. 1884, and could trace his ancestry back to the first settlers of America. On his father's side, be was a descendant of Jan Pettier Mabie. who settled in the Mohawk Valley in the 1600s and built the old Mabie house at Rotterdam which still stands.
Mr. Mabie came. to Amsterdam with his parents in 1900 and with his father operated a market garden and small fruit farm on the Upper Steadwell Ave location where he had since resided. In 1909, Mr. Mabie bought the farm from his father and concentrated on market gardening exclusively until 1916 when he purchased the adjoining farms. He then started the dairy herd which he built up to one of the outstanding herds in the county. He gave up active farming in 1943 due to health and the shortage of labor.
Mr. Mabie helped to organize the first Dairy Herd Improvement Assn., in Montgomery County and was instrumental in the formation in 1908 of the Milk Council Assn., of Amsterdam which is now the Amsterdam Milk Producers' Assn. He served as president of the Farm Bureau of Montgomery County in 1934, resigning from that post tp become the first soil conservation agent in the county in 1936, He also helped to organize and was a director for several years of the first GLF store in Amsterdam and was one of the organizers of the 4-H Club in Montgomery County. During World War II, Mr. Mabie served temporarily as 4-H Club agent in the county and was appointed by Cornell College to assist in the Emergency Farm Labor Program.
A life member and a director of the Montgomery County Fair .Assn., Mr. Mabie was also a director of the Saratoga-Fulton and Montgomery Counties Patrons' Relief Fire Assn., and a director of the FHA, formerly the FSA. He was a director of the Schenectady Produce Credit Assn.. for six years having assisted in the organization of that group, and was a member of Scattergood Grange, 1514, as well as Pomona Grange and the state and national granges. He was also a member of the agriculture committee of the Amsterdam Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Mabie was a member of the First Baptist Church and served as deacon of the church for several years.
He is survived by his wife, the former Bertha E. Neiholz; one son. David H. Mabie, Canajoharie; two daughters, Mrs. Richard M Vedder and Miss Maerian Mabie, Amsterdam; one sister, Mrs. Robert J. Smith, Cooperstown; four grandsons and several nieces and nephews.2 
Burial* He was buried at Fairview Cemetery, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.19 

Family

Bertha Ella Neiholz b. 13 Aug 1881, d. 5 May 1959
Children

Citations

  1. [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
  2. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Amsterdam NY Evening Recorder, Wednesday, November 13, 1957.
  3. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, and U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942.
  4. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Roseboom, Otsego, New York; Roll: T623 1146; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 139.
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  6. [S76] 1910 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Amsterdam, Montgomery, New York; Series: T624; Roll: 994; Page: 48B; Enumeration District: 70; Part: 1; Line: 16.
  7. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39
  8. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, Roll 1711955.
  9. [S304] 1920 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Amsterdam Twp, Montgomery, New York; Roll: T625_1126; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 81; Image: 749.
  10. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Cooperstown NY Otsego Farmer, Friday, March 13, 1935.
  11. [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Amsterdam, Montgomery, New York, Roll: 1456, Enumeration District: 28, Image: 788.
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  13. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Morning Herald, Gloversville NY, April 21, 1934.
  14. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Cooperstown NY Otsego Farmer & Republican, Friday, April 20, 1934.
  15. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown NY, Friday, December 4, 1936.
  16. [S458] 1940 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Amsterdam Twp, Montgomery, New York, Roll T627-2682, Page 6B, ED 29-39.
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  18. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown NY, Friday, April 20, 1945.
  19. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorials 78507747 & 78507748.

Jennie Clara Coon

F, #13917, b. 21 March 1866, d. 15 November 1933
Married Name Her married name was Mabie. 
Married Name Her married name was Beverly. 
Birth*21 March 1866 Jennie Clara Coon was born on 21 March 1866 at Ames, Story County, Iowa, daughter James J. Coon and Mary Jane Hinckey.1,2 
Marriage*12 September 1897 She married Seward Lincoln Mabie, son of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson, on 12 September 1897 at Boone, Boone County, Iowa.1 
CensusJune 1900 Jennie Clara Coon and Seward Lincoln Mabie appeared on the census of June 1900 at 704 Cornwall Street, Washington, Story County, Iowa.
Seward L Mabie, Head, W, M, July 1870, 29, M, 2, New York, New York, New York
Jennie P Mabie, Wife, W, F, Mar 1866, 34, M, 2, 2 children born - still living 2, Iowa, New York
Violet Z Beverley, Stepdaughter, W, F, Nov 1886, 13, S, Iowa, Illinois, Iowa
Albert L Beverley, Stepson, W, M, Oct 1888, 11, S, Iowa, Illinois, Iowa.3 
Census1905 Jennie Clara Coon and Seward Lincoln Mabie appeared on the census of 1905 at Boone Street, Ames, Story County, Iowa.
Seward Mabie, Jennie Mabie.4 
CensusApril 1910 Jennie Clara Coon and Seward Lincoln Mabie appeared on the census of April 1910 at Ames, Story County, Iowa.
Seward L Mabie, Head, M, W, ?, M1, 12, New York, New York, New York, Teamster, general work, owns home
Sarah J. Mabie, Wife, F, W, 43, M2, 12, 2 children born and living, Iowa, New York, New York, none.5 
Census1 January 1925 Jennie Clara Coon and Seward Lincoln Mabie appeared on the census of 1 January 1925 at Yell, Webster County, Iowa.
Seward L Mabie, Head, Male, White, 53, Mar, born in New York, parents: David Mabie, New York
Jennie Mabie, Wife, Female, White, 59, born in Iowa
Albert L Beverly, Step son, Male, White, 35, Wd, born in Iowa, parents: Clarence Beverly, Illinois, and Jennie C Coon, Iowa, 59, married in Iowa
Violet Myers, Step daughter, Female, White, 38, M, born in Iowa, parents: Clarence Beverly, Illinois, and Jennie C Coon, Iowa, 59, married in Iowa
Dudley D Myers, Step-grandson, Male, White, 12, S, born in Iowa, parents: Louis Myers, unknown, 41, and Violet Beverly, Iowa, marries in Iowa
Jane Myers, Step-grandson, Male, White, 10, S, born in Iowa, parents: Louis Myers, unknown, 41, and Violet Beverly, Iowa, marries in Iowa.6 
Census*April 1930 Jennie Clara Coon and Seward Lincoln Mabie appeared on the census of April 1930 at Belmond, Wright County, Iowa.
Seward M Mabie, Head, M, W, 58, M, age at first marriage 29, New York, New York, New York, laborer, odd jobs
Jennie C Mabie, Wife, F, W, 65, M, age at first marriage 20, Iowa, New York, New York
Dudley L. Myres, Grandson, M, W, 17, S, Iowa, Indiana, Iowa
Beverly A. Myres, Granddaughter, F, W, 15, S, Missouri, Indiana, Iowa.7 
Death*15 November 1933 Jennie Clara Coon died on 15 November 1933 at Center Grove Township, Dickinson County, Iowa, at age 67.8 
Burial*17 November 1933 She was buried on 17 November 1933 at Okoboji Cemetery, Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa.9 

Family

Seward Lincoln Mabie b. 13 Jul 1870, d. 27 Nov 1936

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Iowa, Marriage Records, 1880-1937.
  2. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 42032277.
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  4. [S375] Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925, online ancestry.com, 1905 Iowa State Census, Ames , Story County.
  5. [S76] 1910 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 4-Wd Ames, Story, Iowa, Series T624, Roll 424, Part 1, Page 282A.
  6. [S375] Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925, online ancestry.com, 1925 Iowa State Census, Yell, Webster County.
  7. [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Belmond, Wright, Iowa, Roll: 691, Page 1A&B, Enumeration District: 23, Image: 498&499.
  8. [S1] Ancestry.com, Iowa, Death Records, 1920-1940 and Iowa, Deaths and Burials, 1850-1990.
  9. [S1] Ancestry.com, Iowa Cemetery Records and Find A Grave Memorial# 42032277.

Warren Eckerson

M, #13918, b. 2 April 1865, d. 12 February 1931
Name Variation  Warren Eckerson was also known as Artimus Warren. 
Birth*2 April 1865 He was born on 2 April 1865 at Cherry Valley, New York.1 
Marriage*3 October 1894 He married L. Vena Mabie, daughter of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson, on 3 October 1894 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.2,3 
CensusApril 1910 Warren Eckerson and L. Vena Mabie appeared on the census of April 1910 at 340 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
Artemus W Eckerson, Head, M, W, 45, M1, 15, New York, New York, New York, Agleman, Mill, owns home
Leona Eckerson, Wife, F, W, 37, M1, 15, no children, New York, New York, New York, none
William Mabee, Cousin, M, W, 28, S, New York, New York, New York, Dentist, Dental Co.4 
Census*January 1920 Warren Eckerson and L. Vena Mabie appeared on the census of January 1920 at 149 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
Artimus Eckerson, Head, M, W, 55, M, New York, New York, New York, Salesman, Grocery Store
Vena Eckerson, Wife, F, W, 37, M, New York, New York, New York, none
Netta Mabie, Sister, F, W, 50, S, New York, New York, New York, Nurse, Private Family.5 
CensusApril 1930 Warren Eckerson and L. Vena Mabie appeared on the census of April 1930 at 160 Division Street, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
A. Warren Eckerson, Head owns house worth $8000, M, W, 65, M, age at first marriage 28, New York, New York, New York, nine
L Vina Eckerson, Wife, F, W, 57, M, age at first marriage 22, New York, New York, New York, none
Nettie B Mabie, Sister-in-law, F, W, 60, S, New York, New York, New York, none.6 
Death*12 February 1931 Warren Eckerson died on 12 February 1931 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York, at age 65.7 
oObit20 February 1931  On 20 February 1931 at Cooperstown, New York, Warren's obituary read: The death of A. Warren Eckerson occurred at his home, No. 160 Division street, Amsterdam Thursday evening February 12th, after a lingering illness, hastened by an attack of angina. He was able to be about the house until a few days preceding his death.
Mr. Eckerson was born in Cherry Valley, April 2, 1865, the son of the late Mr, and Mrs, James Eckerson. He received his education in the Cherry Valley Academy, Later he entered the mercantile business and for several years was one of the firm of McKinley & Eckerson.
In 1894 he was married to Miss Vena Mabie and moved to Amsterdam where he conducted a grocery store on East Main street. He had served as assessor for fourteen years. Both Mr. and Mrs. Eckerson were charter members of the East Main Street M. E. church and later on moving to another part of the city, transferred to the First M. E. church. He had filled important offices in both churches. Mr. Eckerson was devoted to his home and to his church and a man of high standing in the community. He was for several years a resident of the town of Roseboom having been engaged in the mercantile business at Pleasant Brook; and had charge of R. J. Smith's business several months during Mr. Smith's absence in the south.
Prayer service was held Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the home, conducted by the Rev. Ernest F, Tripp, pastor of the First M. E. church, Amsterdam, with funeral service from the M. E. church at Roseboom, Sunday at 2 p. m., the Rev. C. C. Goodell officiating. The church was filled with relatives and friends and there were a large number of floral expressions of sympathy. A wide circle of friends feel in his passing a keen sense of personal loss.
Surviving are the widow, and one sister, Mrs. Frank Winne; and a nephew, A. J. Winne of Cherry Valley, who have the sympathy of all friends in their bereavement. Hanson D. Mabie, Robert J. Smith, Emmett Mabie, George Foland, William Foland and Homer Thompson were the bearers. Interment was made in South Valley cemetery.7 
Burial* He was buried at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.2 

Family

L. Vena Mabie b. 29 Apr 1872, d. 19 Apr 1945

Citations

  1. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, obit in The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown NY, Friday, February 20, 1931.
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  5. [S304] 1920 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Amsterdam Ward 6, Montgomery, New York; Roll: T625_1126; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 75; Image: 443.
  6. [S303] 1930 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Amsterdam, Montgomery, New York, Roll: 1456, Enumeration District: 20, Image: 570.
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George Charles Foland

M, #13919, b. 15 June 1879, d. 2 June 1960
Birth*15 June 1879 George Charles Foland was born on 15 June 1879 at Cherry Valley, Otsego County, New York, son of Charles Foland and Jane B (Jennie) Scott.1,2 
Marriage*3 October 1899 He married Minnie Hanson Mabie, daughter of David Anthony Mabie and Catherine Alida Hanson, on 3 October 1899.
"Minnie and Vena Eckerson were both married on October 3; in the same year."1 
Anecdote*12 September 1918 George Charles Foland of #4 Amsterdam, NY, born 15 Jun 1879, registered for the draft on September 12, 1918, at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. He was a Farmer for Hanson Mabie, at Amsterdam, Mont, NY. His nearest living relative was Minnie H. Foland, at the above address. He was white, 5'6", of medium build, with brown eyes and dark brown hair.3 
Residence*12 September 1918 George Charles Foland and Minnie Hanson Mabie lived on 12 September 1918 at Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.3 
(Witness) oObit20 April 1934 George Charles Foland was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 20 April 1934 at Cooperstown, New York; The community was. shocked, Tuesday afternoon, to learn of the death at 8:45 o'clock that morning of Mrs. Minnie (Mabie) Foland, wife of George C. Foland. which occurred in .the Amsterdam City Hospital where she went for treatment last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Foland had suffered since last August with an enlargement of the heart, which caused her death.
The body was brought to her home at No. 60 Chestnut street on Wednesday. Owing to .the absence in Washington, D. C of an only daughter Miss Catherine Foland, who is with the members of the Senior Class of the High school on the annual trip of the class, the funeral was postponed until Saturday. It will be held at her home on Chestnut street at 2 o'clock with services at the South Valley church at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Edward C. Petrie will officiate and Peter Jones' and Mrs. Herbert M. Pease will render vocal selections. It was the last request of Mrs. Foland that her daughter be allowed to complete the tour before she should be notified of her mother's death. Members of the family, are, therefore, expecting to meet Miss Foland in New York City and bear the sad news to her when she arrives there, Friday evening.
Mrs. Foland was a native of South Valley, where she was born June 20, 1877, the daughter of the late David and Catherine Hanson Mabie. She continued to reside in South Valley until she was nineteen years of age, when her fami1y removed to Roseboorri, which was her home until her marriage with Mr. Foland of Rosebobm; October 3, 1899. The family have been residents of this village for the past four years, coming here from Binghamton, and during this time, Mrs, Foland had gained many friends, who will feel a keen personal loss in her passing.
Surviving her are the husband, three sons, William Mabie Foland of Binghamton Charles Seward Foland of Syracuse, and George David Foland, residing at home, and the daughter, Miss Catherine Foland, already mentioned.
There also remain three sisters, Mrs. Robert J. Smith of this village, Miss Nettie Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, both of Amsterdam; and two brothers, Seward Mabie and Hanson David Mabie, also of Amsterdam. There are also a niece and nephew, Miss Aleathea Mabie and David Mabie, of Amsterdam, and two grandchildren, Elwin Charles Foland, and Lowell James Foland, of Syracuse. Mrs. Foland was a member of the Presbyterian church of this village, and also held a membership in the Pierstown Grange.4 
(Witness) oObit21 April 1934 George Charles Foland was mentioned in the obituary of Minnie Hanson Mabie on 21 April 1934 at Gloversville, New York; Mrs. George C. Foland of Cooperstown, well known here, died Tuesday morning at 8:50 in the Amsterdam City hospital after a lingering illness. She was taken sick in August.
Mrs. Foland was born in South Valley, Otsego County, a daughter of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson. She came of revolutionary stock, her grandfather of the fifth generation being born in Tribes Hill, the first white child to be born in the Mohawk Valley on the north side of the Mohawk River west of Schenectady.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Foland is survived by three sons, William Mabie Foland, Binghamton; Charles Seward Foland, Syracuse, and George David Foland, Cooperstown; one daughter, Catherine Hanson Foland, Cooperstown; two grandsons in Syracuse; two brothers, Seward and Hanson D. Mabie, Amsterdam; three sisters, Miss Nettie E. Mabie and Mrs. Vena Eckerson, Amsterdam, and Mrs, Robert J. Smith, Cooperstown; two nieces, Alethea and Marion Mabie, and a nephew, David H. Mabie, of Amsterdam.
The funeral will be held Saturday at the home, 60 Chestnut street, Cooperstown at 1 o'clock and the Christian church in South Valley at 2. Burial will be in South Valley Cemetery.5 
(Witness) oObit4 December 1936 George Charles Foland was mentioned in the obituary of Seward Lincoln Mabie on 4 December 1936 at Cooperstown, New York; Seward L. Mabie passed away at 2 o'clock Friday morning, November 27th, at his home at No. 160 Division Street, Amsterdam, after a lingering, illness of heart trouble.
He was born July 13, 1870, at South Valley and was the son of David A. Mabie and Catherine Hanson, also of South Valley and Amsterdam.
He is survived by three sisters and one brother, Miss Nettie Mabie, Mrs. Vena Eckerson and Hanson D. Mabie of Amsterdam and Mrs. Robert J. Smith of Cooperstown, a brother-in-law, George C. Foland, of Cooperstown and several nieces and nephews.
When a young man he went to Iowa where he resided until his health became impaired four years ago. While of a quiet unassuming manner he had many friends.
The funeral was held from the Christian church at South Valley, Sunday afternoon, his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Twining of Amsterdam officiating.6 
Death*2 June 1960 George Charles Foland died on 2 June 1960 at Canajoharie, New York, at age 80.7 
Burial* He was buried at South Valley, Otsego County, New York.1 
oObit9 June 1960  On 9 June 1960 at Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York, George's obituary read: George C: Foland, aged 80, of Cooperstown, died at the Canajoharie Nursing Home on Thursday morning following a long illness.
He was born June 15, 1879 Roseboom, the son of Charles and Jane (Scott) Foland. He married Minnie Mabie on October 3, 1899, at Roseboom. She died in April, 1934. He lived in Cooperstown since 1930 and for many years was in charge of maintenance at the Clara Welch Thanksgiving Home.
He was a member of the Presbyterian Church.
Surviving are a daughter, Miss Katherine Foland of Frederick, Md; three sons, William of Binghamton, Charles of Syracuse, and George of Cooperstown; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and several cousins.
Funeral services were held at 2 p. m., on Saturday from the Ingalls Funeral Home in Cooperstown, with the Rev. Richard P. Weld, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial was in South Valley Cemetery.7 

Family

Minnie Hanson Mabie b. 20 Jun 1877, d. 17 Apr 1934
Children

Citations

  1. [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
  2. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, and U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942.
  3. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, Roll 1711955.
  4. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, Cooperstown NY Otsego Farmer & Republican, Friday, April 20, 1934.
  5. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Morning Herald, Gloversville NY, April 21, 1934.
  6. [S441] Old Fulton NY Post Card Website, online fultonhistory.com/Fulton_New_form.html, The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown NY, Friday, December 4, 1936.
  7. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 177553365 - from an obit in The Otsego Farmer, Cooperstown, New York, Thur., June 9, 1960, Page 9, Column 7.

Stover B Foland

M, #13920, b. 30 December 1903, d. 15 October 1994
FatherGeorge Charles Foland1 b. 15 Jun 1879, d. 2 Jun 1960
MotherMinnie Hanson Mabie1 b. 20 Jun 1877, d. 17 Apr 1934
Birth*30 December 1903 Stover B Foland was born on 30 December 1903 at New York.2 
Residence* He lived at Rome State Custodial Institution For Feeble-Minded Children, Rome, Oneida County, New York.1 
Death*15 October 1994 He died on 15 October 1994 at Rome, Oneida County, New York, at age 90.2 

Citations

  1. [S123] Descendants of William and Sophia Scripture Mabie.
  2. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/