Mary M. Martin
Woman, 67, Dies Near Norwood
(September 27, 1887-January 1, 1955)
Norwood, Jan. 3--Mrs. Mary M. Martin, 67, Yaleville, widow of Millard Martin and a housekeeper at the Albert Connelly home, died at 4:15 p.m. Saturday at the Connelly home. She suffered a cerebral hemorrhage a year ago and another one on Saturday.
The body is at the Yaleville home. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 9 a.m. at St. Andrew’s church, Norwood. Rev. Francis J. Maguire, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the Norfolk cemetery in the spring.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. William (Agnes) Jandreau and Mrs. Dennis (Nellie) Collette, Norwood; a brother, George Martin, Norfolk, and a son, Willard, whose address is unknown.
Mrs. Martin was born Sept. 27, 1887, daughter of John and Sophia Jock Martin. She was married to Millard Martin of Norwood, a paper mill worker at Norfolk. He died in 1933.
Mrs. Martin had since been employed at the Connelly home.
Man Killed, Two Hurt As Cars Sideswipe Near Hannawa Falls
James W. Tyo, 34, Norwood Victim--His Wife and Driver of Other Car Badly Injured
(March 29, 1917-April 20, 1951)
Potsdam, April 21--A Norwood man died instantly and his wife and another man were seriously injured last night at 9:50 in a two-car accident at Hannawa Falls.
James William Tyo, 34-year-old machinist, was killed at once when his car and that of Allen E. Bogart, Hannawa Falls general store proprietor, sideswiped each other.
Mr. Bogart and Mrs. Theresa Creighton Tyo, 36 are in Potsdam hospital. She received severe lacerations and other injuries, the extent of which has not been determined. Mr. Bogart was cut severely about the head and face and may have other injuries.
Mrs. Florence W. Dunlop, St. Lawrence county coroner, said Mr. Tyo’s death was caused by multiple compound fractures of the skull. His neck was also broken and his head deeply gashed when the front side of the car caved in on him.
The accident happened in front of the Manley gas station. Mr. Tyo was driving toward Potsdam and Mr. Bogart, traveling alone, was heading in the opposite direction, when their cars collided. Both vehicles were demolished.
Three ambulances came to the accident spot. Mrs. Tyo and Mr. Bogart were brought to the hospital in the Hawley ambulance.
Mr. Tyo had been an employee of the Aluminum Company of Massena for several years. He was born at Norfolk March 29, 1917, son of Mr. And Mrs. William Tyo of Norfolk, who survive. He attended school there.
On Sept. 6, 1939, he married the former Miss Theresa Creighton of Colton at Colton. His wife is a registered nurse. Rev. Mr. Connors performed the ceremony. The couple had no children.
Also surviving are two brothers, Neil Tyo and Wayne Tyo, both of Norfolk.
Funeral services will be Monday at 9 a.m. at St. Andrew’s church, Norwood, with Rev. Francis Maguire officiating. Burial will be in Norfolk cemetery. The body will be taken to the home of his parents, Main Street, Norfolk.
Mr. And Mrs. Tyo have lived in Norwood four years. Their home has been on Main Street in that village. Mr. Tyo was a member of St. Andrew’s Church.
Mrs. S. C. Avery
(October 5, 1888-March 1, 1970)
NORWOOD--Mrs. Grace D. Avery, 81, wife of S. C. Avery, Norwood, died Sunday morning Mar. 1, 1970 at the Potsdam Hospital where she has been a patient the past seven weeks.
Funeral services will be held at the Buck Funeral Home, Norwood, at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. M. Russell Lee, pastor of the Norwood United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be made in Riverside Cemetery in the spring.
Surviving are the husband and two daughters, Mrs. Ardis Gamache, Ogdensburg, and Mrs. Edward (Elaine) Roach, Allentown, Pa.; four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Avery was born in Norfolk, Oct. 5, 1888, a daughter of John and Caroline Allen. She and Mr. Avery were married Sept. 30, 1908.
They have made their home at 16 Park St., Norwood since that time. Mr. Avery is a retired railroad conductor.
Mrs. Avery was a member of the Norwood United Methodist Church.
Charles William Bartlett
(February 5, 1898-October 25, 1971)
Charles William Bartlett, 73, lifelong resident of Norwood, died shortly after 9 p.m. Oct. 25, 1971 at the Potsdam Hospital where he had been admitted earlier in the day. He had been in poor health.
Funeral services were held Thursday morning from the Buck Funeral Home, Norwood, with Rev. Harry Taylor, pastor of the United Church of Christ, Norwood, officiating. Burial was in the Riverside Cemetery, Norwood. Bearers were Cleveland Cameron, Mendell Bartlett, John Sutter, Robert Haggett, James Cotey and Robert MacArthur.
Surviving are his wife, Margaret R. Bartlett, two sons, Vernon L. and John F. both of Norwood, six grandchildren and two great grandchildren; one brother, Luther R., Norwood and two sisters, Mrs. William (Bernice) Borrman, Calif., and Miss Doris Bartlett, Oneida. A son, Charles R. died in 1970.
Mr. Bartlett was born in Norwood Feb. 5, 1898 a son of Mendell and Ann Russell Bartlett. He attended Norwood High School and completed agricultural courses at Cornell University, Ithaca. In 1925 he married Margaret Robertson of Florida City, Fla. And the couple resided in Norwood their entire married life. Mr. Bartlett was employed at the Barrett Division of Allied Chemical Corp. for 32 years, the last 10 years as stone production manager. Following his retirement in 1963 he and Mrs. Bartlett spent the winters at Key Largo, Fla.
He was a member of the Clear Pond Club and the St. Regis Hunting Club.
Contributions may be made to the Cancer Fund or the Charles R. Bartlett Memorial Rehabilitation Center at Malone.
Miss Doris Bartlett
(February 10, 1974)
Oneida--Miss Doris A. B. Bartlett, of 310 Stone St., retired bacteriologist for Madison County Bacteriological Labs, died Sunday, Feb. 10, 1974 in Oneida City
She was born in Norwood, daughter of Mendell and Anna Russell Bartlett. She attended Norwood schools and was graduated from Vassar College. She came to Oneida in 1926. She was employed by the lab under the late Dr. Robert Crockett, retiring in 1960.
Surviving are a brother, Luther Bartlett of Norwood and a sister, Mrs. Lillian Borrman of Los Altos, Calif.
The funeral was held at 10 Wednesday from the Fiore Funeral Home, with burial in Riverside Cemetery, Norwood.
Mrs. Isabel L. Bartlett
(July 2, 1895-September 15, 1969)
Norwood--Funeral services for Mrs. Isabel L. Bartlett, 74, wife of Luther Bartlett, Norwood will be held from the Buck Funeral Home, Norwood at 2 p.m. today with Rev. M. Russell Lee, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Norwood, officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Norwood.
Mrs. Bartlett died Sept. 15, 1969 at the Potsdam Hospital where she had been a patient a week. She had been in failing health for some months.
Surviving are her husband, one son Dr. Mendell Bartlett, Madrid, two daughters, Mrs. Elmer (Gertrude) Rider, Apalachan and Mrs. Ray (Dorothy) Carter, Phoenix, and one sister, Mrs. Rosabel Meashaw of Parishville Center and 11 grandchildren.
Mrs. Bartlett was born at Parishville Center July 2, 1895 a daughter of Byron and Katy Cook Parker. She was educated in local schools and graduated from the Potsdam Normal and taught school four years.
She was married to Luther Bartlett of Norwood at Parishville Center Dec. 25, 1920. The couple had been farmers in Norwood their entire married life.
Mrs. Bartlett was a member of the United Church of Christ and served as Sunday School superintendent 17 years and was also active in many other groups of the church and a member of the Norwood Historical Association.