Descendants of THEODORE E. EVERMAN
Generation No. 1
1. THEODORE E.1 EVERMAN was born April 16, 1825 in Prussia Bosenzgill, and died September 22, 1880 in Buried in Greenmount Cemetary, Dansville NY. He married MARY WARNER , (WERNER) May 15, 1852 in Perkinsville, NY.
Thrown off a Democrat Wagon, hit in head by a horse - died at 55 years old.
Children of THEODORE EVERMAN and MARY WARNER are:
2. i. LOUISE E2 EVERMAN, b. June 10, 1853, Andover; d. July 14, 1920, Dansville, NY, bur St. Michaels Cem Livonia, NY.
3. ii. THEODORE BERNARD EVERMAN, b. April 20, 1858; d. September 29, 1929.
4. iii. FRANCES B EVERMAN, b. May 18, 1860; d. April 02, 1926.
iv. ELIZABETH EVERMAN, b. June 07, 1862; d. December 03, 1938.
v. ALBERT EVERMAN, b. June 20, 1864; d. December 13, 1952, Buried in Greenmount Cemetary, Dansville NY.
vi. BENJAMIN J EVERMAN, b. July 14, 1866; d. June 04, 1878.
vii. WILLIAM EVERMAN, b. December 17, 1868; d. December 11, 1900.
viii. CLEMENT EVERMAN, b. November 11, 1871; d. October 01, 1948, Buried in Greenmount Cemetary, Dansville NY.
ix. THERESA EVERMAN, b. February 12, 1873; d. January 05, 1951.
5. x. AGNES EVERMAN, b. July 12, 1875; d. October 05, 1953.
xi. MARY EVERMAN, d. as small infant.
xii. JOHN EVERMAN, d. July 11, 1855, as small infant.
Generation No. 2
2. LOUISE E2 EVERMAN (THEODORE E.1) was born June 10, 1853 in Andover, and died July 14, 1920 in Dansville, NY, bur St. Michaels Cem Livonia, NY. She married HENRY SCHUSTER 1878 in Dansville, NY, son of GEORGE SCHUSTER and ANNA STEINHARDT.
Found dead in bed at home of son Henry of Sparta.
Louis resided on the Schuster Farm in Sparta, moved to Livonia in 1911, with her husband.
The funeral of Mrs Henry Schuster was held from the family home, east of this village, Monday morning at 10 o'clock, with services at St. Joseph's church at 10:30. Delegations were present from Dansville, Cohocton, Perkinsville, Wayland and Rochester. The large number of relatives and friends attending was but mute evidence of the esteem in which the deceased was held. At the vestibule of the church the remains were met by priests and acolytes, and after a brief service the procession moved slowly down the aisle to the altar, where a solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by the pastor, the Rev. P.J. Smyth, assisted by the Rev. L. P. Hofschneider of Dansville, as deacon and the Rev. G. T. McCall as subdeacon. Albert Geiger of Rochester was master of ceremonies and John Lyons of Dansville was censer-bearer. After the mass the burial service was read by Father Smyth, assisted by Fathers Hofschneider and McCall. During the services the following-named occupied seats in the sanctuary: Rev. Sebastian Englerth of Greece, Rev. Ferdinand Scheid of Perkinsville, Rev. Michael Kreig of Brockport and Rev. F. G. Straub of St. Bernard's seminary, Rochester. At the conclusion of the services the body of Mrs Schuster was borne to its last resting place in the family plot in St. Michael's cemetery, accompanied by one of the largest funeral processions ever seen in this vacinity. At the grave the committal service was read by Father Smyth, assisted by Fathers Englerth, Kreig, McCall and Straub.
Mrs. Schuster was a member of the Christian Mothers society of Cohocton, and also of the Maccabees of Dansville. The bearers were Edward Dwyer, M.E. Kervin, John Kinney, Joseph Kuhn, James Minnehan and John Morrissey.
Livonia, July 22.
Children of LOUISE EVERMAN and HENRY SCHUSTER are:
i. MARIAN3 SCHUSTER, b. 1878, Dansville, NY; d. November 10, 1920, Buried in St. Michaels Cem. Livonia, NY.
6. ii. HENRY PETER SCHUSTER, b. September 02, 1879, Sparta, NY; d. July 18, 1957, Buried in Holy Cross Cemetary Dansville.
7. iii. WILLIAM S SCHUSTER, b. August 1881, Sparta, NY; d. June 22, 1915, Buried in St. Michaels Cem. Livonia, NY.
iv. HERBERT SCHUSTER, b. September 13, 1883, Sparta, NY; d. October 01, 1966, at home Livonia NY, buried in St. Michaels Cem., Livonia, NY; m. MARIE SPAINE, April 04, 1921, Livonia Center, Livonia, NY.
8. v. GEORGE THEODORE SCHUSTER, b. July 07, 1887, Sparta NY; d. June 21, 1963, Livonia NY buried St Michaels Cem Livonia NY.
vi. ANGELA SCHUSTER, b. July 06, 1892, Dansville, NY; d. May 16, 1990, Canandaigua, NY buried St. Michaels Cem. Livonia NY; m. LEWIS V PELTON, November 29, 1930, St Mary's Church, Dansville NY.
3. THEODORE BERNARD2 EVERMAN (THEODORE E.1) was born April 20, 1858, and died September 29, 1929. He married ANNA KATHERINE HUBERTUS January 29, 1890 in St Mary's Church, Dansville NY.
Had seven children
DANS EXPRESS, Jan 30, 1890
They married on a Wed.
Married on an Anniversary
Mr. Theodore Everman of Sparta and Miss Anna Katherine Hubertus, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hubertus, were married at St. Mar's Church at nine o'clock yesterday morning (Jan. 29) by Rev F. Rauber. The church was crowded to its utmost capacity by the young friends of the bridal couple. The day was as bright as anyone might wish and the occasion was all the more merry because of the fact of its being the twenty-third anniversary of the marriage of the bride's parents. the bride wore a dress of cream satin and carried a bouquet of hyasinths and ferns, her ornaments being diamond earrings, a gift from the groom. the bridesmaids were Miss Flortine Hubertus, sister of the bride, Miss Theresa Everman, sister of the groom, Miss Minnie Fisher of rochester, and Miss Louis Klink of Dansville. the young ladies were dressed in white brilliantine and carried pink and yellow tulips. the groomsmen were Mr. Albert Everman, Mr. Frank Blum, Mr. John Englert of Rochester and Mr. M. McTighe of Andover. Mr. Philip Blum and Mr. Frank Uhl acted as ushers.
At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal party and the family friends were served with a delicious repast at the residence of Mr. Hubertus on Seward St, remaining until evening to bid. Mr. & Mrs. Everman God speed on their journey to New York. They took the evening train on the Lackawanna and will be absent a week or more. The bride was fortunate enough to be pleasantly remembered by her friends with gifts representing elegance and richness. Among them was a large bronze water picher of quaint design nearly two feet high, a large pictorial bible, a massive mirror decorated with roses, three very large engravings, three aken rockers, a silver coffee set from Mr. Frank Sahlick.
Mr. & Mrs. Everman will take up their residence in Andover on their return, and all who have the honor of their acquaintance will wish for them long life and prosperity in great measures.
Children of THEODORE EVERMAN and ANNA HUBERTUS are:
9. i. ERWIN W3 EVERMAN, b. September 02, 1891; d. January 24, 1952.
ii. HILDA E EVERMAN, b. 1893; d. January 1926.
10. iii. THEODORE H EVERMAN, b. 1892; d. 1959.
11. iv. FLORENTINE EVERMAN, b. February 10, 1897; d. January 01, 1993.
12. v. LOUISE EVERMAN, b. 1899; d. October 17, 1989.
13. vi. HENRY BERNARD EVERMAN, b. January 09, 1902; d. 1946.
vii. WILLIAM F EVERMAN, b. 1905; d. 1968.
4. FRANCES B2 EVERMAN (THEODORE E.1) was born May 18, 1860, and died April 02, 1926. She married JONAS BLAKE.
Child of FRANCES EVERMAN and JONAS BLAKE is:
i. LOUISE3 BLAKE, d. June 21, 1936.
5. AGNES2 EVERMAN (THEODORE E.1) was born July 12, 1875, and died October 05, 1953. She married (1) JOHN HENKEL. She married (2) JOHN HENKEL , KECK October 23, 1900.
Child of AGNES EVERMAN and JOHN HENKEL is:
i. THEODORE3 KECK.
Generation No. 3
6. HENRY PETER3 SCHUSTER (LOUISE E2 EVERMAN, THEODORE E.1) was born September 02, 1879 in Sparta, NY, and died July 18, 1957 in Buried in Holy Cross Cemetary Dansville. He married ELIZABETH FRANCES KUHN November 14, 1907 in Dansville, NY St. Mary's, daughter of WILLIAM KUHN and ELIZABETH WERNER.
Farmer in Dansville
Children of HENRY SCHUSTER and ELIZABETH KUHN are:
i. HENRY FRANCIS4 SCHUSTER, b. January 20, 1910, Sparta, NY at home; d. January 05, 1973, Buried in Union Cem, Scottsburg, NY; m. MARGARET CRANE, November 05, 1937, St Mary's Church, Dansville NY.
ii. MAGDELINE HELENE SCHUSTER, b. February 12, 1912, Sparta, NY at home; d. July 02, 1986, Buried in Holy Cross Cemetary Dansville.
iii. CLEMENT LEO SCHUSTER, b. November 23, 1915; d. December 14, 1988, Buried in Holy Cross Cemetary Dansville; m. CLARASA B KRISHER, May 17, 1947, St Mary's Church, Genesco NY.
iv. DOROTHY A SCHUSTER, b. July 26, 1918, Sparta, NY at home; d. August 07, 1776; m. WILLIAM STEVENS.
v. WILFRED (BILL) JOHN SCHUSTER, b. July 22, 1920, Sparta, NY at home; d. May 30, 1973, Buried in Holy Cross Cemetary Dansville; m. BETTY COOLEY, November 26, 1949.
vi. MARIAN SCHUSTER, b. October 09, 1921, Sparta, NY at home; m. HOWARD W PICKARD, June 06, 1942, Dansville, NY at home garden wedding.
vii. JOSEPH P SCHUSTER, b. August 18, 1927, Dansville, NY; d. February 12, 1989, Buried in Greenmount Cemetary, Dansville NY; m. THELMA JUNE HASS, November 13, 1948, St. Michaels Church, Livonia Center NY.
7. WILLIAM S3 SCHUSTER (LOUISE E2 EVERMAN, THEODORE E.1) was born August 1881 in Sparta, NY, and died June 22, 1915 in Buried in St. Michaels Cem. Livonia, NY. He married HELEN RICHMOND O'CONNELL in Livonia, NY St. Joseph's Church.
Died at 34 years old - struck by lightning while sitting under a tree, near his residence, of Clancy Road, Sparta, NY.
An article in a Dansville papter stated William Schuster started after the cows one evening from the farm house in Saprta and was found died a few hours later near a wire fence. Death due to lightening.
Children of WILLIAM SCHUSTER and HELEN O'CONNELL are:
i. WILLIAM R4 SCHUSTER, b. 1914; d. February 23, 1993, Buried in Whitehaven Cemetary Rochester NY; m. MILDRED (MNU) SCHUSTER.
ii. VINCENT SCHUSTER, b. October 13, 1915; d. December 06, 1957, Buried in St. Michaels Cem., Livonia NY; m. (1) MARGARET (MNU) SCHUSTER; m. (2) DOROTHY YOUNG.
iii. LOUISE SCHUSTER, b. 1916; d. 1982, Bur St. Michaels Cem. Livonia NY.
8. GEORGE THEODORE3 SCHUSTER (LOUISE E2 EVERMAN, THEODORE E.1) was born July 07, 1887 in Sparta NY, and died June 21, 1963 in Livonia NY buried St Michaels Cem Livonia NY. He married ANNA MARIE KERVIN November 26, 1924 in St. Joseph Church, Livonia NY, daughter of MICHAEL KERVIN and KATHERINE MURPHY.
Died at home 123 Big Tree Street, Livonia of Arteriosclerotic heart disease.
Article from the Livonia Gazette, dated Thursday, Jan. 13, 1977
"Bicentennial Book Profiles", by Norine Meagher
George T. Schuster, Sr.
In early manhood, George was a farmer in the Perkinsville area and later operated a hotel in Cohocton. His parents moved to Livonia in 1911 and he joined them in 1915.
He eventually purchased a farm at the corner of Big Tree Rd. and East Ave., which he operated until the time of his death in 1963. George became a leading farmer and developed a large herd of holstein cows. Mrs. Schuster, the former Marie Kervin, continued to live in the family home and operate the farm for several years until transferring the home and acreage to her son, Vincent.
Schuster fields have uses, other than farming. One field served on occasion, as a landing field for barnstorming pilots. A baseball diamond was constructed on a different field to permit Sunday baseball, prohibited within village limits, and when football was introduced to Livonia High School in 1927, the first game was played on a Schuster field. Several horse shows were also held on Schuster fields.
Many Livonians who grew up in the 1920's and early 1930's will remember the fun, on wintry days of "catching bobsleds." it was always fun and a challenge to hitch a ride on a bobsled being drawn by George's spirited horses and ride to the outskirts of the village. Many will also remember that George used to contribute heads of cabbage to village youngsters for use in Halloween festivities.
Presented in Mr. Schuster's memory by his seven sons and daughters is "The Barn" by Eric Arthur and Dudley Witney. Beautifully illustrated and very informative, this memorial book will evoke a great feeling of nostalgia. Many types of barns are described and discussed including, circular and polygonal barns. Special attention is given to the Dutch barn, the English barn the Pennsylvania barn and several other regional types barns. In years to come and as old barns disappear from the landscape, this may well become a collector's item.
Newspaper article: "Church Wedding on Wednesday"
Miss Anna Marie Kervin and Mr.
George T. Schuster Married at St.
The wedding of Miss Anna Marie Kervin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs M E. Kervin, to Mr. George Theodore Schuster was solemnized by the Rev P. J. Smyth Wednesday morning in St. Joseph's church. Miss Angela Schuster, sister of the groom, was maid of honor and William Kervin brother of the bride, was best man. The bride was given in marriage by her father. William Vogt and Vincent Smith acted as ushers.
The bride was attired in a blonde satin gown with hat to match and carried a bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor wore henna satin and carried yellow chrysanthemums.
A wedding breakfast was served to relatives and friends of the couple after the ceremony. Covers were laid for fourteen at the bride's table, which was tastefully decorated with yellow chrysantheumums, the color scheme being yellow and white throughout the house. Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Schuster left for a short wedding trip, after which they will reside in their 'new home' at the corner of Big Tree Street and East Avenue.
Mrs Schuster is a graduate of Geneseo normal and has taught in Livonia high school for several years. Mr. Schuster is a prominent young farmer of Livonia.
Pre-nuptial events included a party given by Miss Marian Smith and a variety shower given by Miss Ann Snyder. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were from Dansville, Rochester, Wayland and Cohocton.
Livonia, Nov 26, 1924
9. ERWIN W3 EVERMAN (THEODORE BERNARD2, THEODORE E.1) was born September 02, 1891, and died January 24, 1952. He married ELSIE HOWE 1917.
Children of ERWIN EVERMAN and ELSIE HOWE are:
i. NANCY4 EVERMAN, m. JOHN ZIOLO.
ii. ROBERT O EVERMAN.
iii. JOAN EVERMAN.
10. THEODORE H3 EVERMAN (THEODORE BERNARD2, THEODORE E.1) was born 1892, and died 1959. He married KATHRYN GILL in Attica NY.
Children of THEODORE EVERMAN and KATHRYN GILL are:
i. MARY ATHELENE4 EVERMAN, m. JOSEPH WILLIAM FISHER, November 10.
ii. MARJORIE ANNE EVERMAN, m. GEORGE EDWARD ROBERTS, August 18.
11. FLORENTINE3 EVERMAN (THEODORE BERNARD2, THEODORE E.1) was born February 10, 1897, and died January 01, 1993. She married WILLIAM S LEMON.
Children of FLORENTINE EVERMAN and WILLIAM LEMON are:
i. DOROTHY4 LEMON, m. LAWRENCE ROWE.
ii. FRED LEMON, m. MARGARET (PEG) HEYES.
iii. WALTER T LEMON, b. July 08, 1921.
iv. THEODORE (TED) O. LEMON, b. May 16, 1923; d. March 14, 1975.
v. WILLIAM LEMON, b. 1927; m. MARGARET PFOFF.
vi. LOIS LEMON, b. December 1929; m. JAMES SANFORD.
vii. JOHN (JACK) LEMON, b. May 07, 1931.
viii. JANE LEMON, b. May 07, 1931; d. 1936.
ix. MARY KAY LEMON, m. WILLIAM FISHER.
12. LOUISE3 EVERMAN (THEODORE BERNARD2, THEODORE E.1) was born 1899, and died October 17, 1989. She married RAYMOND A RITZ.
Child of LOUISE EVERMAN and RAYMOND RITZ is:
i. TOM4 RITZ, m. RITA (MNU) RITZ.
13. HENRY BERNARD3 EVERMAN (THEODORE BERNARD2, THEODORE E.1) was born January 09, 1902, and died 1946. He married DAISY LORETTA SCHIRMER.