Town of Pulteney Historian Report
Pulteney News August 9, 1894
Saturday morning last a telegram was received from Rochester stating that Henry Sheofler (Schoeffler), while getting off the electric streetcar was thrown under the car and run over, injuring him very badly. His people are now with him and fears of his recovery are entertained.
The following young people are spending ten days at Tippecanoe cottage: The Misses Graham, W S Bosch, Leroy Lewis and W E Graham of Elmira, Miss Rose Fair and F H Northrop of Corning.
Messrs. Albert and Francis Cross met with an accident at their vineyard one day last week. They were spraying grapes with a cart and barrel, Frank driving, when the horse went down a steep ravine. Frank stuck to the cart some six feet, then jumped. The horse went down an almost perpendicular side hill 105 feet, keeping his feet all the time, and struck the bottom only slightly scratched and lamed. The cart and harness were demolished.
Quite a number of ladies from the village have gone to the Assembly today to hear Susan B. Anthony speak.
T J Wagstaff is painting his father’s house.
The G.A.R. boys expect to attend G.A.R. day (14th) at the college.
The Gelder family picnic will be held at the residence of GW Angus, near Dresden, August 22. Carriages will be at Angus station to meet those who come by rail. Wm Gelder, Pres. JW Gelder, Secretary
Catawba News August 4, 1904
About fifty guests are now at the Gibson House.
Howard Cogswell is visiting his uncle Samuel Coryell.
Leon Lewis of Prattsburgh, was at the lake Sunday.
Miss Mae Hopkins spent Sunday with Miss Mary Halliday.
Mrs Mary Jones is visiting her son, R H Jones of Bath
A party of twelve from Bath are stopping at the Phillips cottage.
Miss Judie Jones spent Sunday with Iva Cobbs at South Pulteney.
Mrs. L Bertrand visited her mother, Mrs. Drew at Pine Grove Sunday.
A party of young men from Bath are camping in a tent on Sullivan’s point.
Mr Dean and Edward Ringrose and wife of Prattsburgh, spent Sunday at the lake.
Mrs J Van Amburgh spent from Thursday until Sunday with her sister, Mrs Will Youngs at Crosby.
One of the largest excursions of the season came down from Buffalo Sunday, taking two boats to carry them.
The Misses Sherman and Miner, of Hornellsville, spent Sunday with Miss Mary Cross at E S Cross’ cottage.
Pine Grove News August 8, 1895
The Sunday school picnic held on Saturday last was a success although it had to be put over on account of rain.
Eugene Rosenkrance has been visiting his father Isaac Rosenkrance the past two weeks.
The Misses Race returned home on Sunday.
Stephen Veley was entertained on the town line Sunday.
Miss Maude Haren of Naples is visiting Mrs Richard Smith this week.
Aaron Van Ness and wife are here for a short time.
Wedding on the town line last Sunday.
Miss Lena Gay has returned home from her work at Prattsburgh.
Misses May and Lillian Stone have returned home from Crystal Springs.
George Gay and family visited their daughter Mrs John Clark, Sunday.
Mrs George Clark is on the sick list.
Mr and Mrs G C Dunn spent Sunday visiting friends on Wixom Hill.
South Pulteney News August 12, 1894
Farmers report the oat crop light.
Again, the threshing machine is heard.
J H Gibson is painting his barn. Ira Horton has the job.
Miss Anna Retan of Pulteney is visiting her aunt Mrs Carmon.
Mrs Elmer Sullivan visited friends in Geneva last week.
Mrs Betsy Lyon has returned from an extended visit with her daughter in Bath.
Satie Pickett is on the sick list.
Mrs Parker of Cameron is visiting her daughter Mrs Byron Drew.
Town of Pulteney Historian
Donations given to Town of Pulteney
Given by Harold McConnell:
Picture of Steuben County Supervisors including Miner McConnell from Pulteney
Picture of Pulteney Town Board (Henry Gladue, Clarence Shettler, Albert Whitaker, Miner McConnell (Supervisor), Frank Burger, and Edward Moon.
Picture of Pulteney Presbyterian Church
Picture of Main Street looking south looking at Pulteney Methodist Church
Picture of Pulteney School 1889
Picture of wrecked car off Wagner Gully bridge.
Deed of George W Peck and others to James H McConnell (the store)
Deed of Glenview Cemetery Association to James H McConnell (trustee H C Lyon Post # 535 G.A.R.
Coryell & McConnell calendar 1938
Coryell 7 McConnell farm Bureau sign 1935