Stewart, John C.
John C. Stewart was born July 29, 1923, the son of Leslie R. Stewart and Greta Cordell.
John Stewart served in the Navy in World War II: SF3 US NAVY - WORLD WAR II
Marriage & Children
John C. Stewart died March 1, 1979
John Stewart: Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record
Name: John Stewart
State of Issue: New York
Date of Birth: Sunday July 29, 1923
Date of Death: March 1979
Est. Age at Death: 55 years, 7 months
Location of Last Benefit Paid:
City: Altamont; Thompsons Lake
State: New York
|1930 United States Federal Census about John C Stewart
Name: John C Stewart
|1940 United States Federal Census about John Stewart|
Name: John Stewart
Mrs. Olive Tero of 1764 Van Vranken Ave. Schenectady, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Theresa Duane, to John C. Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Setwart of Settles Hill Road, Altamont. No date has been set for the wedding.
- Altamont Enterprise - July 23, 1948
Mrs. Stewart Dies at 80
Mrs. Greta C. Stewart of Settles Hill Road, Altamont, wife of Leslie R. Stewart, died Monday at her home after a brief illness.
She was born in Pearl River, N.Y., on July 10, 1895. Mrs. Stewart was a graduate of Cortland Normal school, and taught at Lake Placid, N. Y., Long Branch and Paterson, N. J. schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart wre married Nov. 17, 1920, at Pearl River, and resided ever since at the farm home on Settle's Hill Road.
Mrs. Stewart was member of the Altamont Reformed church and the Laurel Band class. She was active in the Home Bureau for several years and taught rug hooking in the Guilderland schools adult education program.
Survivors include her husband; two sones, John C. Stewart of Altamont and Robert E. Stewart of Menlo Park, Calif; also seven grandchildren, two great grandchildren and two nephews.
Services were held Thursday afternoon from the Fredendall Funeral Home, Altamont, with Rev. James Reid, officiating. Interment was at Park cemetery, Scotia.
- Altamont Enterprise - Friday, April 11, 1975
Greta Stewart Obituary -Altamont Enterprise - April 11, 1975