CHARLES B. DENCE, 88, of Cicero died Saturday morning at the home of his son, Floyd Z. Dence at Whitney Point. He is
survived by another son, Myron J. Dence, Danvers, Mass.; one
daughter, Mrs. Charles Diffin, Cicero; one sister, Mrs. Emma
Gaylord, Euclid; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at the Sears Funeral Home, North Syracuse at 2 p. m. Tuesday. Interment will be at Pine Plains Cemetery, Clay. The body was moved to the Sears Funeral Home, where friends may call Monday afternoon and evening and Tuesday morning
Source: The Sunday Press, Binghamton, NY, Nov 15, 1953
He was town clerk for the Town of Clay
DOG WAS MAD
Charles B. Dence of Euclid Now Worried About Bite Received Recently.
A positive case of rabies is said by the Cornell experts to have been shown from the examination of the head or the dog that recetly bit Charles B. Dence of Euclid, clerk of the town of Clay.
Mr. Donee is under treatment of Dr. G.L. Brown of Euclid, the health officer. He does not appear to have anything serious the matter with him, although the gashes from the dog's teeth bothered him for a while.
The dog belonged to Andrew J. Hayner. Mr. Dence was threshing at the Hayner farm when the brute attacked him. For a few days he thought nothing of the incident, but when his hand began to swell the health officer was notified.
Dr. Brown had the dog, an 8-year-old mongrel, shot and sent the head to the Cornell laboratory. This was a week ago. The Cornell report was wired to Dr. Brown to-day.
Source: Syracuse Journal, Sept 9, 1911
Brother of Lester Dence
Samuel Bailey Dence (1816 - 1865)
Mary Elizabeth Heselden Dence (1826 - 1873)
Edith M Cooper Dence (1871 - 1930)
Note: Husband of Edith M. Dence
Pine Plains Cemetery
New York, USA
Plot: Rd 2
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