Earl J Leroy
M, #15280, b. August 1884
|Father*||Silas Leroy b. 26 Nov 1837, d. 13 Jul 1913|
|Mother*||Emma Green b. Aug 1848, d. 25 Sep 1902|
|Birth*||August 1884||Earl J Leroy was born in August 1884 at New York.|
|(InHomeOf) Census1900||1900||He appeared on the 1900 census in the household of Silas Leroy, ED 108 sht 1a pg 287 #20-21, Willet, Cortland Co., New York. His info on the census included - Leroy, Earl J 15.|
|Marriage*||Earl J Leroy married Lulu Bowers Great granddaughter Donna [e-mail address] is researching this line.|
2nd great granddaughterJulie e-mail address is also researching this line.
|Census1920*||1920||Earl J Leroy appeared on the 1920 census as the head of household, Cortlandville, Cortland Co., New York, along with Lulu Bowers . His info on the census included (an unknown value.)|
|Event-Misc*||17 July 1944|| On 17 July 1944 at Cortlandville, Cortland Co., New York, Earl J Leroy had the following misc event: http://www.caterpillarclub.org/cortland/cortland.htm|
THE POST STANDARD, SYRACUSE, N.Y. JULY 17, 1944
CRAFT CRACKS UP ON LEROY FARM NEAR CORTLAND
Five officers and enlisted men from the Syracuse Army Air Base escaped serious injuries when a C-47 transport plane crashed and burned at 2:02 p.m. yesterday on the farm of Earl J. LeRoy, a quarter-mile west of Cortland airport on the Cortland-Groton rd. One of the enlisted men suffered a cut on his arm, which was treated by a passing physician before the young airman was brought to the base hospital here.
|Relationships||Great-granduncle of David Lee Bassett|
Uncle of Mabel May Covey
|Last Edited||7 Sep 2012|