Pane-Joyce Genealogy
Louisa L. Jones (66068) & Joseph S. Crouch
68098. John J. Crouch. Born in Apr 1857 in Yates County, New York. John J. died in Naples, Ontario County, New York on 1 Feb 1908. Buried in Rose Ridge Cemetery, Naples.

In 1865 John, his mother Louisa, and his half-brother William Hines were living with his mother’s sister Mariette Jones’s family in Potter. After Louisa married William Simmons, John lived with them until he married Martha.

1900 Federal Census. Naples, Ontario County, New York
Roll 1139, page 3A
    John Crouch, head, b. Apr 1857, 43, m. 20 years, b. NY, parents b. NY, night watch
    Martha Crouch, wife, b. Oct 1846, 53, m. 20 years, no children, b. NY, parents b. Ireland

Geneva Daily Times 5 Feb 1908
    Naples, N. Y. — John Crouch died at his home Saturday at 6 p.m., aged 50 years. He was operated on for appendicitis about two years ago and had never been well since. He was an Odd Fellow, a Maccabee, the first commander of the Sons of Veterans, an N. P. L. member and was much respected. The funeral took place from the Presbyterian church at 2:30 p.m. Monday. Max Rich, an Odd Fellow and personal friend, was present from Geneva. Mr. Crouch leaves a wife and mother.

Rose Ridge Cemetery, Naples, Ontario County, New York
    John J. Crouch, 1857–1908
    Martha M. Boals, his wife, 1847–1924
Ca 1 Sep 1880 John J. married Martha M. Boals, daughter of James Boals (ca 1802-28 Mar 1885) & Jane Clindenen (3 Oct 1808-12 Jan 1882). Born in Oct 1846 in Ontario County, New York. Martha M. died on 7 Mar 1924. Buried in Rose Ridge Cemetery, Naples.
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