Leah Frances Bostwick & Ernest E. Dates

Corning, April 18.—(Special)—Miss Leah Frances Bostwick of this city, and Ernest E. Dates, of Addison, were married at noon yesterday at the home of the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Elias D. Bostwick, of 151 Decatur street.  The Rev. Clinton J. Taft, pastor of the First Congregational church, performed the ceremony.

Miss Mary Marland was bridesmaid and J. DeWitt Bostwick was best man.

Mr. and Mrs. Dates left via the Erie for Rochester.  They will be away for a week, after which they will reside in Addison, where the groom is employed as a plumber by the firm of Whitmore & Stewart.

Source:  Elmira Star-Gazette, April 18, 1912.

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Variety Showers for Brides to Be

Corning, April 13.—(Special)—Variety showers were given Miss Mary Marland and Miss Luella O. [sic] Bostwick last night, at the home of Mrs. Clinton J. Taft, 162 Bridge street.

Miss Mary Marland is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Marland of 114 East Second street, and is be married the latter part of this month to J. DeWitt Bostwick of 151 Decatur street.

Miss Luella O. [sic] Bostwick is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elias D. Bostwick of 1561 [sic] Decatur street. She will be married to Ernest E. Dates, formerly of this city, now of Addison.

Mrs. Clinton J. Taft, Mrs. Frank E. Aber and Clara E. Uhl arranged the affair.

Source: Elmira Star-Gazette, April 13, 1912.

Daughters Demand Accounting in Will

Bath—Attorney Charles B. Bechtol of Rochester is scheduled to examine W.J. Heermans, Mrs. Elias Bostwick and Guy Cheney executors of the will of the late Elias Bostwick of Corning, at Corning Wednesday.  Mr. Bechtol represents the daughters of the late Mr. Bostwick who demanded that executors make an accounting.  The executors lately filed a supplemental accounting on order of Surrogate J.C. Wheeler. The daughters object to the accounting as incomplete in its inventory of assets.

Source:  Elmira Star-Gazette, January 16, 1934.

Would Change Executors

Addison—Interest is being shown locally in the efforts of two sons of the late Elias D. Bostwick to bring about a change in the executors of their father’s will and to cause the removal of Nelson B. Payne, a resident of Addison, as manager of the Wing and Bostwick store of Corning.  Arguments will be heard by Surrogate Wheeler November 9.

Source:  Elmira Star-Gazette, November 7, 1931.

Mrs. Charles G. Amberg

Mrs. Jennie R. Amberg, died Wednesday at 3:45 o’clock at the family home 612 Columbia street, aged forty-nine years.  She is survived by her husband, Charles G. Amberg; a daughter, Caroline J. Amberg; a son, Charles R. Amberg; also by her mother, Mrs. Caroline Rhodimer; three sisters, Mrs. E.D. Bostick [sic], Corning; Mrs. F.A. Daniels, Buffalo; Mrs. F.H. Grover, Elmira.  Mrs. Amberg was a member of Hedding Methodist Episcopal church.  Mrs. Amberg has been failing in health since the death of her son, the Rev. Rowland C. Amberg, who was the victim of the infantile paralysis epidemic that centered around Syracuse where he lived.  Rev. Dr. Amberg died at at [sic] Syracuse, September 8, 1916.  He had graduated from Elmira public schools, later attending Syracuse University.  His death proved an overwhelming shock to his mother.  The funeral will be held at the home Saturday at 5 p.m., the Rev. E.E. Merring to officiate.  Burial in Woodlawn cemetery.

Source:  Elmira Star-Gazette, April 1, 1920.