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Descendants of Charles E. Countryman




Generation No. 1


      1. Charles E.7 Countryman (John S.6, Henry A5, Antonius (Anthony)4, Conrad 2 (Conradt)3, Conrad 1 (Georg Cunradt Gunterman)2, Johann Hans Friedrich (Gunderman)1) was born July 28, 1861 in LaRay, New York, and died March 06, 1946 in Remsen, New York. He married (1) Henrietta Hanson, daughter of Henry Hanson. She was born February 04, 1862 in Theresa, New York, and died April 22, 1894 in Theresa, New York. He married (2) Mary Ann Dailey 1899 in Trenton, NY, daughter of Charles Dailey and Bridget Bacon. She was born November 15, 1882 in New York State, and died April 20, 1967 in Remsen, New York.

More About Charles E. Countryman:
Birth Location: Born on father's farm (SAL01)
Burial: Unknown, Evergreen Cemetery, Barneveld, NY
Occupation1: 1900, Started work with the New York Central RR
Occupation2: Abt. 1905, Transferred from LaFargeville to Boonville, New York as section foreman for the NYCRR (SAL01)
Odds: When Charles' horse broke his leg and was put down, he made a tractor from a chopped down car; worked better than the horse (SAL01)
Odds1908a: 1908, A head-on crach of two trains occured in Charles' section, a passenger train with a freight train; worst wreck in northern NY up to that time, eight men died and many injured; Charles not responsible for putting two trains on the wrong track (SAL01)
Odds1908b: 1908, After wreckage cleared and new track laid, Charles asked for and received transfer as carpenter on a work train for the NYCRR (SAL01)
Res1899: 1899, Moved to Lafargeville, New York after marriage to Mary dailey
Res1933: 1933, Bought a house with a couple of acres next to the Prospect Depot, Prospect, New York (SAL01)
Res1943: 1946, In his later years he sold the Prospect house and moved to a farm property in Remsen, New York where he died, 1946 (SAL01)
Residence: Family has spelled LaRay as one word, two As and with two caps; Le Ray is the preferred and official spelling today. (SAL01)
Retirement: July 31, 1932

More About Henrietta Hanson:
Odds: Was part Mohawk, oral from Effie Louisa C (PG)

More About Mary Ann Dailey:
Burial: Unknown, Evergreen Cemetery, Barneveld, NY
     
Children of Charles Countryman and Henrietta Hanson are:
+ 2 i.   Ida May8 Countryman, born April 26, 1883 in Theresa, New York; died October 21, 1963 in Remsen, New York.
+ 3 ii.   Edwin J. Countryman, born August 18, 1884 in LaRay, Jefferson Co, New York; died June 28, 1964 in Watertwon, New York.
+ 4 iii.   Bertha Almira Countryman, born May 12, 1886 in LaRay, Jefferson Co, New York; died January 10, 1968 in Watertown, New York.
+ 5 iv.   Charles Arthur Countryman, born June 11, 1887 in LaRay, Jefferson Co, New York; died April 21, 1970 in Ilion, New York.
+ 6 v.   Effie Louisa Countryman, born August 08, 1889 in Redwood, Jefferson Co, New York; died November 19, 1971 in Dearborn, Michigan.
+ 7 vi.   John Henry Countryman, born August 11, 1891 in La Ray, Jefferson Co, New York; died May 11, 1956 in Lowville, New York.
     
Children of Charles Countryman and Mary Dailey are:
  8 i.   Irving8 Countryman, born December 20, 1899 in La Fargeville, New York; died October 03, 1900 in La Fargeville, New York.
+ 9 ii.   Perle D. Countryman, born May 30, 1903 in La Fargeville, New York; died November 26, 1992 in Oriskany, NY.
+ 10 iii.   Paul C. Countryman, born August 04, 1904 in La Fargeville, New York; died February 08, 1970 in Utica, New York.
+ 11 iv.   Leon Countryman, born November 09, 1905 in La Fargeville, New York; died May 08, 1973 in Taberg, New York.
  12 v.   Louisa Irene Countryman, born February 12, 1907; died June 27, 1908 in Boonville, New York.
  More About Louisa Irene Countryman:
Died2: 1908, Alone in an upstairs room a spark from defective chimney caught a curtain on fire, spread to her clothing; died next day (SAL01)

+ 13 vi.   Ethel M. Countryman, born November 26, 1911 in Boonville, New york; died March 24, 1987 in St. Johnsville, New York.
+ 14 vii.   Eva Viola Countryman, born March 18, 1915 in Prospect, New York; died October 14, 1981 in Oneida, New York.
+ 15 viii.   Elizabeth Ann Countryman, born Private.


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