Col John Cantine and descendents page 2 (incl. Alice, May, James Cantine)
DAR Dedicates Monument to Cantine as4 ttÂ»m ** * tr: b*.-- ill The manner. the rate, connection if delivery business the Hu ancn-tor wa* Matthew. * of Joha CaE'.in*. Af:v-r \!n. Kicnry had "AEirrtCi Itf BÂ«*lttifu!." Oiatic*. 3rd . of Sauc ertiÂ«s OEVÂ«;Â«J tr,Â«- tronzv tablet which reaiis u fu!!ow. Itou'.drr marks th* lacaUoe of U- is patected in 1T92 to Jobs Mr :^ John CantlB* 1TJS-1SO*. Colon*!. Third RÂ«*imÂ«et, tlstrr Cottcty Militia 1T79-1781. N*m York State Senator 179*- to eighth V. 5. Concrete I.v-1. Ic 1793 he was Â·nccessfal in ae- ST'.IÂ«!BS a treaty with the Onondssa Indians to qoi: claim certain lands Xew -York *!Â·:* and in 1795 helped nrg;ti*tÂ«- a similar treaty n u n Cayuga Indian* ErrÂ«Â«*i by fayuca Chapter. D A. R. and thf slur* of New York. Mrs. l.ydla Cantine French of Xew York city, who cooperated w i . t h e local chapter of IÂ». A. R.. ia memorial for her ancestor, made a short dedicatory speech aad Mr*. R. W. Stewar? 65 the representative of Cayuga Chapter p!avd a laurel ! wreath on :ht- boulder. Â· Accepting the luvmorial. AfWm- Â· blyman Jasias R. Robinsoa aaid it significant that "we stop to pay honCt 10 public service, and our constitution is not in danger aÂ« long the people meet in such gatherings to honor a man who helped to I I'nvells Marker on i la Quick Cemetery the D. A. R. marker on the grave of Colonel Cantine was unveiled by Mise Frances famine of Xew York city, and dedicated !)Â· Mrs. H. (J. Morgan, chairman of historic spots for Cayuga I'haplf-r. Mrs. C. B. Raymond and Mrs. KinnÂ«?y sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and Victoria Gage and Elizabeth Ann Vose of Coroorgonel Society. C. A. R.. scattered flower* on the grave. The Rev. Mr. Wolcott ' pronounced the benediction and taps to were sounded by Mr. Taylor. Boy Scouts Kermit Knise. Hero Kruse. Special \villiam Kccd. Robert Barron Douglas Copley assisted. delivery i Descendants of Colonel the visitlnjE Daughters of the Revolution were enter- regis-1 tained at a tea given by Chapter at the home of Mrs. up-; Beard at Brooktondale. The following descendants of present: Helen Cantine James Cantlne. Belle Cantine. Fourth o f : Johnson Fohnsboe. who wish | Lewis. Rochester; i Stone Ridge; May de- Alice Cantine Huntington. i Huntington. I'tica; Marilyn M. that tine and Holley F. Cantine. printed Â· tine, Sara Lewis Cantine and wrapper ; George Cantine, Fulton; or: Martin Cantine. 2i of the'George M. Lewis. Cantine S u r k e j - W , Â· ward Cantine. Mrs. George E. tine. Marion Cantine Davis. Albany: 2nd. Woodstock: Geneva: George Waterloo; Franklin j \V. Heath. Swarthmore. Pa.; deliv-; Edward Stewart. Trumansburg: class! Emma Mandeville Morse. Dora Mandeville Stewart. Trumans- Kathryn E. Lounsbery, Charles J R . Lounsbery. C. R. Lounsbery. JC. R. Lounsbery. Helen D. Lounsbery, valued) Mrs. Thomas Lounsbery. Sara is Lounsbery. John Lounsbery. Brooktondale; Ralph Cantine Mandeville, the Arthur James Mandeville. Theron j Mandeville. Carl F. Denman. Lena Marsh and Emma Taylor Merrell, registered. Ithaca. Beulah Patterson Brown Chapter. D. A. R., of Newark Valley was j sented by Miss Susan E. Richardson, and'regent; Mrs. Charles I. Stone. airjAdlebert J. LIvermore. Mrs. Anna be-ITappan and Mrs. J. W. Paul. numer-1 attending from Chief Taugbanock j Chapter of Truiiiarisburg 'Acre m a i l j C . C. Taylor, regent; Mrs. em-!Savage. Miss Harriet Savage, and tbe i Mm. D. P. Terry. Other out of mall ] guejrts were Mr. and Mrs. de-|ton and George H. Stewart "of Trumansburg.