Mary Ann Griffiths
b. about 1857
|(Child) Birth||Mary Ann Griffiths was born about 1857 at Wordsley, Staffordshire, England. |
|(Bride) Marriage||Mary Ann married Richard Timmins, son of John Timmins and Fanny Richards, in 1892 at Shropshire, England.. |
|(Daughter) Birth||A daughter, Flora Hannah, was born on February 12, 1893 at Claverly, Shropshire, England. |
|(Daughter) Birth||A daughter, Dorothy Mary, was born on September 16, 1896 at Claverly, Shropshire, England. |
|Residence||She and Richard Timmins lived in 1901 at 50 Friar Street, Bridgnorth, Salop, England. Also living with them was Flora Hannah Timmins, Dorothy Mary Timmins and Austin Timmins. Richard was a General Farm Laborer and Austin was a Grocer's Porter. |
|Residence||She and Richard Timmins lived in 1911 at Bridgnorth, Salop, England. Also living with them was Dorothy Mary Timmins. Richard was a Farm Laborer. |
|Last Edited||January 26, 2016|
b. July 9, 1914, d. August 16, 2008
|(Child) Birth||Elsie Groh was born on July 9, 1914 at NY. |
|(Bride) Marriage||Elsie married Edward W. Hiross Jr., son of Edward Hiross and Julia Kuhaida, about 1939.. |
|(Son) Birth||A son, Edward, was born on January 22, 1943. |
|(Spouse) Death|| On December 12, 1978 her husband, Edward, died at Hicksville, Nassau County, NY, at age 71. |
|(Deceased) Death||Elsie died on August 16, 2008 at Pelham, Hillsborough County, NH, at age 94 SS death date 16 Oct 2008. |
|(Interred) Burial||She was buried on October 22, 2008 at St. Charles Cemetery, Conklin Street, Famingdale, NY, |
Section: 10, Row: MM, Plot: --- , Grave: 101.
|Last Edited||January 26, 2017|
b. about 1893
|(Child) Birth||John Groh was born about 1893 at Germany. |
|(Groom) Marriage||John married Elsie Heller, daughter of Karl Heller and Eva (?), about 1913 at NY.. |
|(Daughter) Birth||A daughter, Elsie, was born on July 9, 1914 at NY. |
|(Son) Birth||A son, John, was born on November 12, 1915 at NY. |
John J. Groh Jr.
b. November 12, 1915, d. October 26, 2005
|(Child) Birth||John J. Groh Jr. was born on November 12, 1915 at NY. |
|(Groom) Marriage||John married Eleanore G. (?).. |
|(Deceased) Death||John died on October 26, 2005 at Lake Mohawk, Sussex, NJ, at age 89. |
b. about 1921, d. 2016
|(Child) Birth||John Grzywacz was born about 1921 at Detroit, MI. |
|(Groom) Marriage||John married Eleanor C. Richmond on June 23, 1945 at Inkster, Wayne County, MI.. |
|(Spouse) Death|| On July 24, 2005 his wife, Eleanor, died at Farmington Hills, MI. |
|(Deceased) Death||John died in 2016. |
|Last Edited||September 4, 2017|
b. March 4, 1901, d. March, 1971
|Name Variation|| Gladys Guinness was also known as Gladys Jenness. |
|(Child) Birth||Gladys Guinness was born on March 4, 1901 at Bronx, NY. |
|1905 NY Census||Sheappeared on the 1905 New York State Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, NY in the household of, Paulina Zoller, and with Otillia Zoller. |
|1910 US Census||She, listed as 9, appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, NY in the household of her parent, Tillie Zoller. |
|1920 US Census||She, listed as 18, appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, NY as lodging in the household of Lily Kingsley with her mother Tillie Zoller. Gladys worked as a Saleslady in a Department Store. |
|(Bride) Marriage||Gladys married William H. Stricker, son of William Stricker and Margaret Klencke, about 1921 at NY.. |
|(Son) Birth||A son, William, was born on May 21, 1924. |
|1930 US Census||She, listed as 29 years old, appeared with her husband William H. Stricker, 28 years old, on the 1930 Federal Census of Richmond Hill, Queens, NY, on 10123 116 Street, recorded April 15, 1930. Their children, William, 5 years, 11 months, and an unknown person , 2 years, 11 months, were listed as living with them. Gladys's mother, Otillia Guinness, listed as 57 years old and widowed, also lived with them. |
|(Deceased) Death||Gladys died in March, 1971 at Nassau County, NY. |
|Last Edited||February 4, 2012|
Richard Andrew Guy II
b. October 12, 1976, d. August 31, 1999
|(Child) Birth||Richard Andrew Guy II was born on October 12, 1976 at CA. |
|(Deceased) Death||Richard died on August 31, 1999 at MIT, MA, at age 22. |
|(Interred) Burial||He was buried on September 4, 1999 at Nassau Knolls Cemetery, Port Washington, NY. |
|Last Edited||September 30, 2017|
John Edward Guzzo
b. April 13, 1929, d. June 20, 1996
|(Child) Birth||John Edward Guzzo was born on April 13, 1929 at San Diego, CA. |
|(Son) Birth||A son, Michael, was born on November 29, 1956 at San Diego, CA. |
|(Son) Death||Michael died on September 10, 1995 at San Diego, CA, at age 38. |
|(Deceased) Death||John died on June 20, 1996, at age 67. |
|(Interred) Burial||He was buried after June 20, 1996 at Pima County Cemetery, Tucson, AZ. |
|Last Edited||November 12, 2017|
Michael Carl Guzzo
b. November 29, 1956, d. September 10, 1995
|(Child) Birth||Michael Carl Guzzo was born on November 29, 1956 at San Diego, CA. |
|(Deceased) Death||Michael died on September 10, 1995 at San Diego, CA, at age 38. |
|Last Edited||November 12, 2017|
b. February 20, 1917, d. May 25, 1992
|(Child) Birth||Richard Habla was born on February 20, 1917 at Amsterdam, NY. |
|(Groom) Marriage|| At age 34, Richard married Jean Marie Kroboth, 31, daughter of Frank Julius Kroboth Jr. and Leona Josephine Farrell, on October 13, 1951.. |
|Newspaper Clipping||The following newspaper article appeared in The Binghamton Press on October 15, 1951: |
White chrysanthemums and gladioli formed the setting at 10:30 a. m. Saturday for the wedding of Miss Jean Marie Kroboth and Richard W. Habla in St. Thomas Aquinas Church. The Rev. John P. Newell officiated. .
A reception for approximately 200 guests was held at the Lawson's Town House honoring Mr. and Mrs. Habla, who afterwards left on a wedding trip to the Adirondacks.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kroboth of 167 Crary Avenue. Mr. Habla is the son of Mrs. Mary Habla of Amsterdam and the late Louis Habla. Miss Mary Ruth Coleman and Mrs. William Lee were soloists for a program of wedding music. Mrs. William Buckley played the wedding marches and accompaniment.
Mr. Kroboth gave his daughter in marriage. The bride was attired in a gown of antique satin made with a fitted bodice, Peter Pan collar and a deep yoke. An insertion of nylon pleating trimmed the bouffant hoop skirt. Her fingertip illusion veil was fastened to a net headdress trimmed with pearls.
Miss Patricia Kettle of Chicago, maid of honor, wore a turquoise faille taffeta gown and a cloche of turquoise leaves trimmed with burnished gold veiling. She carried bronze pompons and yellow rosebuds.
Six-year-old Sheila Mahoney of Rochester, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. She appeared in a white satin dress made with a hoop skirt. She wore a Dutch cap and carried white pompons and baby rosebuds.
William Habla of Amsterdam, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Karl Habla of Gloversville, another brother, and Lawrence Kroboth of Binghamton, brother of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Habla will reside in Schenectady where Mr. Habla is employed by General Electric Co. His bride, who formerly was employed in Binghamton by the N. Y. State Workmen's Compensation Board, will be with a similar board in Schenectady.
|(Deceased) Death||Richard died on May 25, 1992 at Binghamton, NY, at age 75. |
|(Interred) Burial||He was buried after May 25, 1992 at Calvary Cemetery, Johnson City, Broome County, NY. |