Family Group Record
|Husband: Buel Howard MOTT 1, 2|
|Born: 13 MAY 1879||Place: Bangor, Franklin Co, NY 3|
|Died: 04 MAR 1954||Place: Dickinson, NY 4|
|Married: 11 JUL 1902||Place: Fort Covington Methodist Episcopal Parsonage, Fort Covington, NY 5|
|Buried:||Place: Fairview Cemetery, Dickinson, Franklin Co, NY 6|
|Father: Stearns L. MOTT|
|Mother: Minerva BOMBARD|
|Other Spouses: Doris Grace PALMER
|Wife: Nette A. SABIN 7|
|Born: ABT 1882||Place: Malone, Franklin Co, NY 8|
|Died: 17 AUG 1914||Place: Dickinson, Franklin Co, NY 9|
|Buried:||Place: Fairview Cemetery, Franklin Co, NY 10|
|Father: James W. SABIN|
|Mother: Abbie CURRAN||
Other Spouses: |
Malone Farmer Dec 1, 1909
Buell Mott was seriously injured in the face and head by being kicked by one of his horses last Monday afternoon. He was taken to the Ogdensburg hospital accompanied by his wife and Dr L. L. Samson. At first his recovery was considered doubtful but now he is expected to recover, although he will be badly disfigured. One eye was removed.
Another section of same newspaper:
Buel Mott, a respected citizen of Dickinson, was seriously injured last Monday by being kicked by a horse. The horse had recently been sharp shod and Mr. Mott's cheek, jaw, nose, and one eye were badly mutilated. He was taken on the afternoon train to the hospital at Ogdensburg, where it was feared for a time that his accident would prove fatal, but later reports are to the effect that he is doing as well as can be expected and will probably recover although he will be somewhat disfigured. -Adirondack News.
Malone Telegram March 4, 1954
B.H. Mott, Dickinson Center, Dies
Buell H. Mott, age 74, Dickinson Center, died at the Alice Hyde Hospital early this morning.
He was the son of Stearns and Minerva Mott, born in Bangor May 13, 1879. He owned and operated a milk route for 26 years and was also a farmer.
Mr Mott spent his entire life in that area, where he owned and operated a farm until about a year ago. He was a member of the Sand Hill Church and the St. Regis Falls Odd Fellows Lodge for many years.
He had a very friendly personality and was well liked by all who knew him. His wife predeceased him 12 years ago.
Mr Mott is survived by one son, Dean Mott of Dickinson Center; two brothers, John Mott of Bangor and William Mott of Niagara Falls and two granddaughters, Janis and Brenda Mott of Dickinson Center. Several cousins, nieces and nephews also survive.
Census: 1940 Age 62/Dickinson, Franklin Co, NY
Census: 1910 Dickinson, Franklin Co, NY - married to Nettie
Census: 1920 Dickinson, Franklin Co, NY age 40 - married to Doris
Census: 1930 Dickinson, Franklin Co, NY - age 50
Census: 1925 Dickinson, Franlin Co, NY
Obituary of Nettie A. Sabin Mott Malone Farmer - August 26, 1914
On Monday, August 17th, there passed away one of Dickinson's most highly regarded residents, a woman of the highest character and sterling Christian virtues, whose friends were only numbered by the extent of her acquaintanceship. Mrs. Buell Mott had been ill for about four years and in a serious condition from chronic tubercular peritonitis. Everything which medical skill could devise had been done for her but without avail, and she met her fate with Christian trustfulness in her heart and a smile on her face. Mrs. Mott's maiden name was Nettie A. Sabin. She was born in Malone, the daughter of the late James W. Sabin. Her mother died when she was a child and she was cared for and reared by her grandmother, Mrs Laura Peterson Sabin of Fort Covington. About 12 years ago the deceased married Buell Mott, of Bangor, and most of their married life had been spent in Dickinson. She was much devoted to her home, and stranger and friend always found a hospitable welcome there. She was an active and loyal member of the Dickinson Grange and also of Oneita Rebekah Lodge of St Regis Falls.
During all of her illness she received the unsparing and devoted attention of her husband; and her step mother Mrs. Hattie Sabin, of Dickinson Center, and sister Mrs. Clara Stearns, of North Lawrence, were constantly with her in the last few weeks, ministering to her needs and endeavoring to relieve her suffering. The funeral took place from the home on Wednesday, Aug 19th, Rev N. A. Darling officiating; interment at Fairview Cemetery. Among the many beautiful floral offerings were tributes from the Rebekah Lodge and the Grange. Mrs. Mott was 32 years of age.
Census: 1880 Malone, Franklin Co, NY
Census: 1910 Dickinson, Franklin Co, NY
Misc: Nettie's mother died when she was a child and she was raise 11
Census: 1905 Dickinson, NY (Laura Sabin, 70, Nettie's mother lives with
Misc: 11 JUL 1902 Rev W. H. English (Fort Covington Medodist Episcopal Parson
1Census - Bangor, NY 1880.
2World War I Draft Registration Card.
3Mott, Herchel Jr - letter to Teresa Premo.
4Will of Buell Mott.
5FHC Film # 1,697,719 Malone Palladium Marriages and Deaths.
6Simmons, Rejean letters and pictures.
7FHC Film # 1,697,719 Malone Palladium Marriages and Deaths.
8Malone Farmer Newspaper - article from Bob Robarge.
9Malone Farmer Newspaper - article from Bob Robarge.
10Malone Farmer Newspaper - article from Bob Robarge.
11Malone Farmer Newspaper - article from Bob Robarge.