Person:Hugh Galloway (2)

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Hugh Grant “Bud” Galloway
b.31 JAN 1869 LaPlatte, MN
d.1 FEB 1956 Dewittville, NY
  1. Ellen “Nellie” A. Galloway1864 - 1952
  2. Hugh Grant “Bud” Galloway1869 - 1956
  3. John Galloway1877 - 1916
  4. Nina V. Galloway1884 - 1953
m. 19 MAY 1892
  1. LaVerne Grant Galloway1894 - 1961
  2. James Vincent Galloway1895 -
  3. Mearl Almond Galloway1896 - 1990
  4. Harold B. Galloway1899 - 1910
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Name Hugh Grant “Bud” Galloway
Gender Male
Birth? 31 JAN 1869 LaPlatte, MN
Census[1] 1880 District 74, Westfield, Chautauqua, NY
Marriage 19 MAY 1892 Brocton, Chautauqua, NYto Nancy May Crandall
Census? 1900 District 121, Portland, Chautauqua, NY
Census? 1910 District 129, Ellery, Chautauqua, NY
Census? 1920 District 121, Chautaugua, Chautauqua, NY
Census? 1930 District 12, Chautauqua, Chautauqua, NY
Occupation? Farmer, Feed Mill Employee (1920)
Death? 1 FEB 1956 Dewittville, NY
Burial? Dewittville Cemetery, NY


“PJ: Feb. 2, 1956: Dewittville: Hugh Grant Galloway, 87, known by all of his friends as "Bud", died at 10 p.m. Wednesday at his home, following a recent stroke.

Mr. Galloway was born in LaPlatte, Minn., Jan. 31, 1869, the son of James and Rachel Ann Crosgrove Galloway. He moved to Westfield at the age of four, residing there until 1904, when he moved to Dewittville. Mr. Galloway was in the feed and coal business, first with George S. Griffith and later with his son, Vincent.

Mr. Galloway and the former Nancy May Crandall were married in Brocton, May 19, 1892 by Rev. W. C. Wiltsie. For the past 23 years Mr. and Mrs. Galloway had spent their winters in Florida.

Surviving are his wife; four sons, LaVerne G. Galloway and Vincent J. Galloway, Dewittville; Mearl A. Galloway, Dewittville and Holly Hill, Fla.; Harold B. Galloway, Lake George, N.Y.; 11 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. A brother, John Galloway, and two sisters, Nellie Galloway and Mrs. Eina Anderson, preceded him in death.

Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday from the Hemstreet Funeral Home, Mayville. Rev. Earl W. Mattison, pastor of the Dewittville E.U.B. Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Dewittville Cemetery.”

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