Miscellaneous Herkimer County Birth Notices
From Newspapers over 100 Years Old
Herkimer County, NY
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From the Herkimer Citizen, Tuesday, June 13, 1905, page 2
June 8- Born, Friday, June 2nd, to Mr. and Mrs. Burt Slaughter, a son, who has been named Arleigh Burton.
From the Ilion Citizen, Thursday, January 6, 1916
Born in Arizona
John E. Maynard has received the pleasing news from his son Arthur B. Maynard of Portal, Arizona of the arrival at his home on Dec. 3 of a bright eyed little girl which received a royal welcome. John E. is now a real grandfather but it will not make him look or appear any older.
From the Utica Herald-Dispatch, March 23, 1904
SHERMAN- To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherman, Ilion, March 21,1904, a daughter.
From the Ilion Citizen, Friday, November 22, 1889, front page
Jordanville, Nov. 20
Wilmurt, Nov. 21
From the Ilion Citizen, Friday, September 13, 1889, page 8
Born to Chas. M. Devendorf and wife Sunday Sept. 8, a daughter. Chas. face wears a very broad smile, and to see him at his desk one would suppose the business of the knitting mill was very pleasing, for even there he cannot keep from smiling, and he has commenced at once to manufacture the small sizes of knit goods that the young lady may be prepared for the winter season. If you want a good cigar just congratulate Charles, and you will be sure of a smoke.
Wilmurt, Sept. 11
From the Journal and Courier, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1898, Little Falls NY