12. (Unknown)1 Conover (312703) was born New York; m. (Unknown) (Unknown) (312704).
Lambert is living with John Conover age 66 b. New York. John is probably Lambert's father in 1850.
(Unknown) (Unknown) (312704) was born New York.
Children of (Unknown)1 Conover (312703) and (Unknown) (Unknown) (312704) were:
13. Lambert2 Conover (312698) was born circa 1820 New York; m. Emeline B. Ball (312699), daughter of Simeon Ball (312708) and Elisbeth Probest (312709), circa 1845 Story City, Story County, Iowa; d. 1901.
Lambert Conover (312698) and Emeline B. Ball (312699) appeared on the census of July 27, 1850 with John Conover, Esperance, Schoharie County, New York; real estate value 1,800.00. He was shown in the census on July 27, 1850 as a farmer.
Lambert Conover (312698) appeared on the census of 1860 Duanesburg, Schenectady County, New York.
Lambert Conover (312698) appeared on the census of 1870 Franklin, Story County, Iowa.
Lambert Conover (312698) and Emeline B. Ball (312699) appeared on the census of June 11, 1880 Ohio, Herkimer County, New York. He was shown in the census on June 11, 1880 as a farmer.
Emeline B. Ball (312699) was born circa 1827 New York. She died after September 30, 1917.
Children of Lambert2 Conover (312698) and Emeline B. Ball (312699) were as follows:
14. Albert S.3 Conover (312701) was born August 17, 1865 New York; m. Harriett M. Johnson (334405), daughter of Gilbert James Johnson (334406) and Emily A. Abeel (334407), July 18, 1887 Salisbury Center, Herkimer County, New York; d. September 30, 1917 Herkimer County, New York, at age 52; bur. Oak Hill Cemetery, Herkimer, Herkimer County, New York.
He was also known as Albert L. Conover. He was a laborer at a pulp mill in 1900.
Albert S. Conover (312701) and Harriett M. Johnson (334405) appeared on the census of June 18, 1900 Russia, Herkimer County, New York.
Albert S. Conover (312701) and Harriett M. Johnson (334405) appeared on the census of April 24, 1910 Herkimer, Herkimer County, New York. He was a laborer at a desk factory on April 24, 1910. Information from the Herkimer County Historical Society:
From the obituary files of the "Herkimer Evening Telegram". Years 1900-1920
Oct. 1, 1917
SUNDAY MORNING TRAGEDY ON TROLLEY LINE AT HERKIMER
Albert Conover Killed by Car For Which He Was Waiting at Protection
Avenue When He Attempts to Cross Tracks in Front of it.
Albert Conover of Ilion was the victim of a trolley line tragedy which occurred at Protection Avenue in this village at about 1:30 Sunday morning. Struck by the car for which he had been waiting. His death was instantaneous. It appears that Mr. Conover had been standing on the wrong side of the track while waiting, and upon noting the approach of the car undertook to cross ahead of it so as to be ready to get on board. He evidently miscalculated its distance and speed when he stepped on the track, and was hit before he could reach safety. It was a westbound car on which he had intended going home. An immediate stop was made and Coroner James W. Graves was summoned. The dead was found to be badly crushed about the head sustaining no other injuries. Letters found in his pocket were the means of identification. Deceased was 52 years of age and leaves his wife, three small children, Rachel, Charles and Russell: his mother, Mrs. Emeline Conover of Howe's Cave; one brother Charles Conover of Detroit, Michigan; four sisters, Mrs. Minnie Heinig of Herkimer, Mrs. George Nagle, Mrs. Ada Pratt, both of Albany, Mrs. Ida Nethaway of Howe's Cave, Mrs. Frank Heinig of Russia, and three children by a first wife, Leon Conover, Mrs. Robert Van Nort of Ilion and Mrs. Charles Cross of Herkimer.
The funeral will be held from the home of Mrs. Garrison Smith, 209 South Bellinger Street, Wednesday with Rev. W. M. Thompson of the First Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be made in Oak Hill Cemetery.
(Note: Albert's obituary says he was survived by four sisters and then it goes on to name 5 names.)
Obituary dated Aug. 7, 1911.
Harriett M. Johnson (334405) was born on June 14, 1869 Salisbury Center, Herkimer County, New York. She died on August 6, 1911 Herkimer, Herkimer County, New York, at age 42. She was buried on August 8, 1911 Oak Hill Cemetery, Herkimer, Herkimer County, New York. Obituary
Mrs. Hattie Conover
Hattie Johnson, wife of Albert Conover, died Sunday in her home 339 South Washington street, of a complication of diseases, after 18 months illness, much of the time being confined to her bed. The deceased was born June 14, 1869, at Salisbury Center, being 42 years of age. She was united in marriage to her husband July 18, 1887 at Salisbury Center. Ten years ago they took up their residence in Herkimer. She had been a member of the Methodist Episcopal faith and attended the Salvation Army. There also survive three children, a son Leon, two daughters, Mrs. Charles Cross and Miss Iva Conover all of Herkimer: her mother, Mrs. Emily Johnson of Ohio, a brother, F. P. Johnson of Herkimer. The funeral will be held from the home tomorrow at 2 p.m. and will be private. Friends may view the remains from 10 to 1 o'clock. Ensign R. A. Greenwell of Poughkeepsie, formerly stationed at Herkimer, will conduct the services. Burial will be made at Oak Hill Cemetery.
Children of Albert S.3 Conover (312701) and Harriett M. Johnson (334405) were as follows: