|i.||PETER HANER11 SMITH92,93, b. August 21, 194393; d. August 19, 1967, Alaska94,95.|
|ii.||CATHERINE ARDON SMITH96,97, b. August 17, 194997; m. MICHAEL LAGALA98,99, December 28, 196899.|
|i.||PATRICIA ANN11 SMITH114, b. September 02, 1936, Cooperstown, New York115,116; m. BERNARD FRANCIS HOYE, JR.117, November 22, 1958, Rectory, St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Worcester, N.Y.118; b. July 21, 1935, Walton, New York119.|
Notes for PATRICIA ANN SMITH:|
1954, October 19 -- "Patricia Ann Smith, Hartwick College school of nursing student, yesterday received the $350 scholarship given by the Otsego County Tuberculosis and Public Health Association.
"Miss Edith Lacey, chairman of the association's scholarship committee and dean of the nursing school, presented the award on behalf of the scholarship committee ...
"Miss Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith, Worcester. Her mother is a 1932 graduate of Hartwick College.
"Miss Smith was active in school affairs at Worcester Central School, where she graduated in 1954. She was class secretary, on the school paper, Student Council, Music Club, cheerleaders and elected to the Sportsmanship Brotherhood.
"She received the American Agriculturist Foundation award and other awards in homemaking, speaking contests, music, arts and crafts and poster contest.
"The scholarship is being supplemented by the school of nursing to give Patricia a full tuition scholarship of $500." [Oneonta Star, including photo, T221; won again in 1955, T222]
Marriage Notes for PATRICIA SMITH and BERNARD HOYE:|
1957, February 19 -- "Worcester -- "Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Smith, 20 Main St., this village, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Bernard F. Hoye, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Hoye, also of Worcester.
"The bride-elect is a junior at the Hartwick College School of Nursing, where she is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority. She is a graduate of Worcester Central School.
"Her fiance is a graduate of Worcester Central School and of Paul Smith's College of Forestry, where he was a member of Beta Alpha Lambda. He is employed by the New York State Department of Public Works. ..." [Oneonta Star, T224]
1958 -- "Worcester -- "Miss Patricia Ann Smith and Bernard F. Hoye, Jr., were married at 3 p.m. Saturday, November 22, in the rectory of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church by the Rev. Raymond Halpin. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Smith, Worcester, and Mr. Hoye is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Hoye, also of Worcester.
" ... Miss Gwen Smith, Worcester, was maid of honor for her sister. ... Best man was Robert Lane, Schenectady.
"A reception for members of the family was held at the home of the bride's family in Worcester.
"Following a wedding trip to Washington, D.C., the newlyweds will live at 71 Fair Street, Cooperstown.
"The bride is a graduate of Worcester Central School and Hartwick College School of Nursing. She is employed at the Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown.
"The bridegroom is a graduate of Worcester Central School and Paul Smith's College. He is employed by the New York State Department of Public Works." [Newspaper article, T226-T227; The Worcester Times-Schenevus Monitor, November 27, 1958, T228]
|ii.||GWEN ALMA SMITH120, b. January 03, 1940, Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, New York121; m. DONALD PETER PETRO122, August 23, 1963, Perlacher Forst Chapel, Munich, Germany123; b. July 21, 1933, Cleveland, Ohio124.|
Notes for GWEN ALMA SMITH:|
1959, June 4 -- "Miss Gwen Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith, was graduated on Saturday from a two year secretarial course at the Alfred Agricultural and Technical school.
"Attending from Worcester were her parents ... her grandmother, Mrs. Albert E. Smith; her brothers, Gerald and Bruce, and sisters, Mrs. Bernard Hoye Jr. of Cooperstown and Miss Harriet Smith of Worcester ..." [Newspaper article, D71]
1961 -- "Home for Christmas before leaving the U.S. to serve abroad with the United States Foreign Service is Gwen A. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith of 20 Main street, Worcester.
"She will fly from New York Jan. 3 for Germany to serve as a secretary in the American Consulate General in Munich for the next two years.
"Miss Smith is a graduate of Worcester Central and Alfred State Technical Institute. At the time of her appointment to the Foreign Service staff of the Department of State, she was a stenographer with the N.Y. State Department of Health.
"Since her arrival in Washington, D.C. in May, Miss Smith has been receiving training in the Bureau of European Affairs of the Department of State. Her Washington assignment was capped by a three weeks' orientation course at the Foreign Service Institute in Arlington, Va., where new employees are familiarized with conditions they will encounter overseas, as well as with matters of protocol and diplomatic procedure." [Newspaper article, T250; similar article in Oneonta Star, December 28, 1961, P111]
Marriage Notes for GWEN SMITH and DONALD PETRO:|
1963 -- "Miss Gwen Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith, Worcester, became the bride of Donald Petro in a ceremony performed Aug. 23 at Perlacher Forst Chapel, Munich, Germany, with Air Force Chaplain James E.W. Stewart officiating.
"Mr. Petro, the son of Mrs. Helen Fredrichs of Cleveland, Ohio, is an auto salesman working as an overseas representative of Anglo Automobile, San Francisco, Cal.
"... maid of honor was Miss Frances Leicht. Best man was Thomas Clohessy.
"Following the ceremony, a reception for the group of friends, given by Miss Leicht, was held.
"The couple has been honeymooning at the Dalmatian Coast and the off shore Adriatic Islands in Yugoslavia.
"Mrs. Petro is an employee of the Foreign Service of the United States Department of State, and has been stationed at Munich for the past year and a half.
"She is a graduate of Worcester Central School, class of 1957, and was graduated from Alfred Agricultural and Technical Institute in 1959. She entered the employ of the State Department in May, 1960 and was employed in State Department offices at Washington before being transferred to Germany.
"Mr. Petro was graduated from high school at Cleveland and attended Ohio State University. He worked both in New York and San Francisco, Cal. and has been overseas for the past two years.
"The couple will be in Germany until October 1964, after which they plan to make their home in San Francisco." [Worcester Times-Schenevus Monitor, T251]
|iii.||GERALD GILBERT SMITH125, b. September 06, 1941, Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, New York126; m. (1) CAROLEE MARY COYE127, August 06, 1966, Methodist Church, Smyrna, New York128; b. August 01, 1943129; m. (2) SUSAN HOLLY VOORIS130, June 23, 1994, Mohawk, New York130; b. December 06, 1950, Huntington, Long Island, New York130.|
Notes for GERALD GILBERT SMITH:|
1959, April 12 -- "Worcester Central School Seniors, Class of 1959 -- enjoyed a visit to Washington during Easter vacation ... Back row: ... Jerry Smith ..." [Worcester Times-Schenevus Monitor; photo; D143]
"Marine Aviation Cadet Gerald G. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Smith of 20 Main street, Worcester, on Mar. 8 made his first solo flight in a jet trainer while undergoing flight training with Training Squadron Seven at the McCain Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Meridian, Miss.
"Students in the training squadron receive approximately 18 hours of dual instruction in the North American T2J-1 'Buckeye' jet trainer before attempting their first solo flights.
"Cadet Smith entered the service in April 1962 and is a graduate of Cobleskill Agricultural and Technical Institute." [Newspaper article]
Marriage Notes for GERALD SMITH and CAROLEE COYE:|
"Mr. and Mrs. Clayton W. Coye of Smyrna announce the engagement of their daughter, Carolee Mary, to Gerald G. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Smith.
"Miss Coye graduated from Sherburne Central school and is presently a senior in music at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
"Mr. Smith graduated from Worcester Central school and from the State Agricultural and Technical Institute at Cobleskill. He served with the United States Marine Corps and is presently employed with Agway, Inc." [Worcester Times-Schenevus Monitor and other newspaper articles, T262-T263]
1966 -- "Smyrna -- Miss Carolee M. Coye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton W. Coye, of Smyrna, was married August 6 to Gerald Gilbert Smith, son on Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Smith of Worcester, in the Smyrna Methodist Church.
"The Rev. William W. Sullivan, pastor of the Second Baptist Church of Bridgeport, Conn., uncle of the bride, performed the ceremony, assisted by Rev. William B. Gritman, pastor of the church. ...
"Mrs. Robert G. Wright of North Norwich was her sister's matron of honor.
"Bridesmaids were Harriet Smith, sister of the groom, of Worcester, Mary Anne Sullivan, cousin of the bride, of New York City and Nancy Cramer, Ayer, Mass.
"Jo Anne Wright and Bernard Hoye, niece and nephew of the newlyweds, served as flower girl and ring bearer.
"Reginald D. Osborn, of South Valley, was best man.
"Ushers were Ronald Head of Worcester, Lowell Smith of Fayetteville and Bruce Smith of Worcester.
"Mrs. Smith, a graduate of Sherburne Central School and the State University of New York at Buffalo will teach vocal music in the Elementary schools of Cobleskill this fall.
"Mr. Smith graduated from Worcester Central School and State Agricultural and Technical Institute at Cobleskill. He served with the United States Marine Corps and is presently employed with Agway, Inc., at Fort Plain.
"Mr. and Mrs. Smith will make their home in Cobleskill." [Newspaper article, T264]
|iv.||HARRIET IRENE SMITH131,132, b. April 27, 1948, Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, New York133; m. DOUGLAS ARTHUR CORNWELL134, August 14, 1971, United Methodist Church, Worcester, New York134,135; b. December 23, 1946, Schenectady, New York136.|
Notes for HARRIET IRENE SMITH:|
"Four area girls are among the 81 persons who have successfully passed the recent state examination for dental hygienist. Newly licensed hygienists include ... Harriet Irene Smith, Worcester." [Newspaper article, T294]
|v.||BRUCE ALBERT SMITH136, b. December 12, 1952, Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, New York137,138; m. JANICE MARGARET HAMWEY139, June 19, 1976, Oneonta, New York139; b. June 12, 1953, Oneonta, New York139.|
Notes for JANICE MARGARET HAMWEY:|
The Hamwey family is Greek in origin. [Janice H. Smith]
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