Village of Earlville
           (315) 691-2121              Po Box 88,    8 N. Main St.,          New York

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Reply Cliff Record
6:49 PM on August 17, 2015 
Hello Folks! My name is Cliff Record. I?m seeking any information you could provide on the Record Family. The following is some members that could of resided in Earlville?

William C. Record 1831-1904
Married to: Mary E. Record (E. may be for Elizabeth)

(Son of above) Willey C. Record 1864-1897 (Monument erected for him?please see attached)
Married to: Alliene A. Owen

(Nephew of above) Willey Clinton Record 1898-1982
Married to: Mae E. Chantler

I?ve heard there was a Record Family Farm over by where Record Rd. is today. Is that true? Any details to that? One of the Records above maybe owned it. They have dairy farmer entries in the censuses I?ve found.

I think some of the above Records were buried in Wilcox Cemetery. Is that in Earlville?

I have more information if needed. Any information you could provide would be greatly appreciated.

Cliff Record
Reply Michael S. Baum
1:40 PM on March 25, 2015 
Greetings from Lebanon, Tennessee. Seven months ago my wife and I relocated to Tennessee from Earlville. I miss the small town community as well as my family and friends but I'll take the weather here over there any day.
Reply Teri Ostrelich
4:47 PM on January 18, 2015 
My grandfather was Dr. John Parker, a doctor in Earlville from 1920 thru 1940s? His wife was Nina Elphick Parker and their children were Doris Lord, Bobbie Wright, Constance Hill and John Parker Jr. I believe that my grandfather, Dr. Parker, was also a member of the school board at some point. There home if I recall from past visits was located across from the Methodist Church? Any antidotal history regarding my family would be very much appreciated. Thank you so much in advance.
Reply james
11:47 PM on May 31, 2014 
i have a 1959 earville fire truck the number 5 on the door. Im starting to restore it would love to know if there is any photos available. contact james at
Reply ed rydzy
11:42 AM on May 14, 2014 
Love my village and love the people
Reply kathyk7
10:48 AM on July 24, 2013 
Nice site but really would love to see more old pictures of places. I see Riverside Hotel is not on here. If it is I missed it.
Reply David Spicer Lordan
12:43 AM on April 23, 2013 
Looking forward to visiting during the Earlville Days and seeing where we lived ,went to school (Mrs Web, Ryan ,Wilson) maybe seeing old friends from the 60s! Earlville has always been the home for the Spicers
Reply Jackie Campbell Archambo
9:08 AM on March 20, 2013 
No place like home!!! Web sight is great!!!
9:02 AM on June 26, 2012 
My family and I love it here in Earlville ! The web sight is great , keep up the good work, Thanks the Holy Smoke BBQ Family
Reply doug tarpinian
1:09 PM on June 25, 2012 
nice job !

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