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  • ID: ind03695
  • Name: Earl William FONDA
  • Given Name: Earl William
  • Surname: Fonda
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 26 NOV 1879 in Johnstown, NY
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  • Death: 16 JUL 1958
  • Age: 78y 7m 20d in Gloversville, NY
  • Note: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20416585
  • Burial: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Gloversville, NY
  • Note:
    b. Johnstown, NY; 1880 US Federal Census, Johnstown, Fulton Co., NY; 1900 US Federal Census, 46th Infantry, Military and Naval Forces, Silang, Philippine Islands, PHL; 1905 New York State Census, Gloversville, Fulton Co., NY; 1910, 1920 & 1930 US Federal Census, Gloversville, Fulton Co., NY; 1915 New York State Census, Gloversville Ward 02, A.D.01, E.D.01, Fulton Co., NY; 1925 New York State Census, Gloversville Ward 02, A.D.01, E.D.01, Fulton Co., NY; 1940 US Federal Census, Gloversville, Fulton Co., NY (Earl Fonde, b. 1878, NY, Head, Adelaide); bur. Prospect Hill Cemetery, Gloversville, NY; o. Light & Power Co. Lineman >> www.fonda.org <<

    [U.S. Returns from Regular Army Infantry Regiments, 1821-1916 - Earl E. Fonda - Private - Fifteenth Infantry - Company D - 23 Dec 1891- Enlisted Recruit - Ft. Sheridan, IL - 12 Sep 1894 - From Desertion - In Confinement - Ft. Leavenworth, KS - 19 Oct 1894 - Dishonorably Discharged]; [World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 - Earl Fonda; White; b. 26 Nov 1879; Registration Place: Fulton Co., NY]; [U. S. Social Security Appl. and Claims Index - Earl Fonda; b. 26 Nov 1878 in Johnstown, New York; d. not listed]

    [Fonda Is Named Special Patrolman - With consent of the police committee of the Common Council, Chief of Police George R. Smith has engaged Earl Fonda, a veteran of the World War living at 12 Sixth avenue to take the place made vacant by the resignation of Patrolman Cornelius F Moul from the Gloversvllie police department. He will start Monday. Gloversville NY Morning Herald. July 14, 1923]; [Patrolman Fonda Returns To Home - Patrolman Earl Fonda, shot last week in the store of George T. Dence company, at 47 South Main street, by a burglar, whom he surprised there has been released from the Nathan Littauer Hospital. Patrolman Fonda's wound in his left arm is healing satisfactorily, but will keep him off duty for some time to come. In the meanwhile, the efforts of the police department to discover the identity of his assailant have not resulted in tangible facts and continue. Gloversville NY Morning Herald, February 19, 1924]; [Fonda Elected Head Of Spanish War Vets - The United Spanish War Veterans elected Earl Fonda as commander last night at a meeting held in the VFW home. Others elected to office were Arthur Van Brocklin, senior vice commander; Michael Fltzpatrick, junior vice commander; R. B. Rickard, quartermaster; Frank Newton, adjutant, and Daniel Keck, chaplain. The members voted to participate in the Armistice Day parade. Following the meeting the members joined with the auxiliary in a covered dish supper. Gloversville NY Leader Republican, October 21 1949]

    [Earl Fonda, 79, of 10 South McNab avenue, a retired power company employee, died early yesterday at Nathan Littauer Hospital where he was admitted the previous night. He had been stricken with a heart attack. A city resident for the past 50 years, he was born in Johnstown. Fonda was employed as a line foreman by the New York Power Co. before retiring 14 years ago. He was a member of the Spanish-American War veterans and had served as post commander. Fonda was also a member of the Masonic lodge, the VFW, Knights of Pythias and the First Methodist Church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Nora Fonda; a daughter, Mrs. Everett D. Wheeler of Gloversville; a son, Arthur. Fonda of Oakdale, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Max. Wilm of Johnstown; a brother, Joseph C. Fonda of Johnstown; four grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 2 p.m tomorrow at the Kennedy funeral home. Rev. Lawrence Snow of the First Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Prospect Hill cemetery. Schenectady NY Gazette, Thursday, July 17, 1958]




    Father: William H. FONDA b: 08 MAR 1855 in Perth, NY
    Mother: Jennie A. YOUNG b: 24 SEP 1858 in Gloversville, NY

    Marriage 1 Adelaide GOODEMOTE b: 15 MAR 1879 in Broadalbin, NY
    • Married: 03 OCT 1904 in Albany, NY
    • Note: m. Albany, NY; [William Earl Fonda and Miss Addie Goodamote were married at Albany Tuesday by Rev. R. E. Brown. Troy NY Daily Times, Saturday, October 8, 1904]
    Children
    1. Has Children Arthur William FONDA b: 25 SEP 1911 in Gloversville, NY
    2. Has No Children Mildred FONDA b: 08 OCT 1920 in Gloversville, NY

    Marriage 2 Nora HALL b: 19 SEP 1881 in Mayfield, NY
    • Married: 05 JAN 1952 in First Methodist Church Parsonage, Gloversville, NY
    • Note: m. First Methodist Church Parsonage, Gloversville, NY; [City Issues First Marriage License - First 1952 marriage license issued in the city clerk's office was granted a McNab avenue man and a Temple street woman, neither of whom was born in this century. Earl Fonda, 73 of 10 South McNab avenue, and Nora Smith, 69, of 40 Temple street, said they expect to be married today. Fonda is retired while Mrs. Smith listed her occupation as a glove inspector. Gloversville NY Morning Herald, Saturday, January 5, 1952]; [Mrs. Nora Smith of 40 Temple street was united in marriage with Earl Fonda of 10 South McNab avenue Saturday afternoon at 4 by Rev. H. Lawrence Snow at the First Methodist church parsonage. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wheeler, daughter and son-in-law of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony the wedding party enjoyed dinner at the Manor on the Little Falls-St. Johnsville road, Mr. and Mrs. Fonda will reside at 10 South McNab avenue. Gloversville NY Morning Herald, Monday, January 7, 1952]
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