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Henry C. Branch and Margaret Adams of Canadice NY

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A photo believed to be of Henry C. Branch and his second wife Margaret Adams of Canadice NY circa 1874. Henry and Margaret were married in 1874. They had one child, Clarence Branch, who lived in Brooklyn NY.

The couple’s identity is not confirmed. Please contact us if you have information about this couple.

Photo is courtesy of Cheryl Brown George.

The Family of Henry Clay Branch and Margaret Adams Branch

 

 

 

birth place

death place

Henry C. Branch

husband

8 June 1849 - 27 January 1930

Canadice NY

Wayland NY

Margaret Adams Branch

wife

August 1853 - 14 February 1930

Canadice NY

Wayland NY

 

marriage

1874

 

 

Clarence G. Branch

son

14 November 1877 - 6 October 1952

Canadice NY

Rochester NY

 

 

 

 

The Parents of Henry C. Branch

Stephen Branch and Sarah A. Friday Branch

The Parents of Margaret Adams

Gabriel Adams and Charlotte Jackman

Branch Family Tree

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Friday Family Tree

Adams Family Tree

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Jackman Family Tree

Marriage of Henry Branch and Margaret Adams

From the Naples Record, 2 January 1875

Married on the 27th inst., at the residence of the bride’s father (Gabriel Adams) by the Rev. S. M. Dayton. Mr. Henry Branch to Miss Maggie Adams, both of Canadice. Of consequent arrangements we are uninformed.

1st Marriage of Henry C. Branch

Henry C. Branch and Emily A. Parshall Branch

The Obituary of Henry C. Branch

8 June 1849 - 27 January 1930

From the Wayland Register, 30 January 1930.

Henry C. Branch died at his home on Lincoln street in this village Monday afternoon, after a period of ill health of about two years, at the age of 82.

He was the son of Stephen and Sarah Friday Branch and was born in the town of Canadice June 8th, 1849. On October 7th, 1870, he married Emily Parshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Parshall. Her death occurred March 3d, 1872 and in 1874 he married Miss Margaret Adams of Canadice, who with one son, Clarence G. Branch, of New York city, survives him.

For many years Mr. and Mrs. Branch were residents of Canadice, coming to Wayland to reside in 1902.

Besides his wife and son he is survived by two brothers, Stephen Branch of Lake Odessa, Mich., and George Branch of Livonia, also by one sister, Mrs. Emma Rix of Canadice and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held at the First Evangelical church this afternoon at 2 o’clock, Rev. C. A. Whitehead officiating, and burial will be in the local cemetery.

The Obituary of Margaret Adams Branch

August 1853 - 14 February 1930

From the Wayland Register, 20 February 1930.

Mrs. Margaret Branch, widow of H. C. Branch, died last Friday at her home on Lincoln street, aged 76 years. Although she had been in poor health her death was unexpected and came as a great shock to the son and friends, so closely following that of her husband, who passed away January 27th.

Mrs. Branch was the daughter of Gabriel and Charlotte Adams of Canadice. She was united in marriage to Mr. Branch in 1874, and they continued as residents of that town until 1902, when they came to Wayland, this village having since been their home. She is survived by one son, Clarence G. Branch of New York city.

Funeral services were held at the home Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock, Rev. C. A. Whitehead officiating, and burial was in the local cemetery.

The Burial of Henry C. Branch

Wayland Village Cemetery in Wayland NY

The Burial of Margaret Adams Branch

Wayland Village Cemetery in Wayland NY

Newspaper articles from FultonHistory.com

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