Gallup, Camille

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Birth

Camille Gallup was born September 25, 1968[1], the daughter of Homer A. Gallop[1] (May 3, 1863 - April 24, 1949)[2] and M. Fannie Martin[3] (Mary FrancesMartin) (September 25, 1868 - November 20, 1942)[4]. Camille had no brothers or sisters.

Education

Camille Gallup Warner went to high school in Altamont and college in Oneonta where she obtained her teaching certification.[1]

Occupation

Many town residents will remember her teaching them in the one room schoolhouses that were scattered around the East Berne area. She started teaching by walking to the schools, then driving a horse and buggy, next using a bicycle, and finally, driving a car, being one of the first women to drive a care in the area in 1918.[1]

Marriage and Children

Camille married Chester A. Warner on June 23, 1927.[1] Chester was the son of Arthur Haswell Warner and Minnie Bell Osterhout. Their children were:

  • Robert A. Warner[1]
  • Mary Frances Warner[1] (Mrs. Charles Bassler)[5]
  • Homer L. Warner[1]
  • Carl A Warner[1] (August 12, 1929 - September 14, 2003)

Death

Camille Gallup Warner died December 16, 1978 at the Warner homestead on Warner's Lake. [1]

Obituary

Died - WARNER-Dec. 16, Camilla Gallup of Warner's Lake - Altamont Enterprise - Friday, December 22, 1978

Died

WARNER-Dec. 16, Camilla Gallup of Warner's Lake, wife of the late Chester A. Warner; mother of Carl A. Warner, Robert A. Warner, Mrs. Charles (Mary) Bassler of Warner's Lake and Homer L. Warner of New Salem. Also survived by 10 grandchildren. Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran Church, East Berne. Monday, Dec. 18, Rev. Janice J. Jensen officiating.

Altamont Enterprise - Friday, December 22, 1978

Camille G. Warner Dies

Camille Warner was born on June 4, 1894 to Homer and Mary Gallup on the old Altamont hill near the LaSallette Seminary. She grew up on what is not the Ed Pitcher farm. From that location she went to high school in Altamont and college in Oneonta where she obtained her teaching certification.

Many town residents will remember her teaching them in the one room schoolhouses that were scattered around the East Berne area. She started teaching by walking to the schools, then driving a horse and buggy, next using a bicycle, and finally, driving a car, being one of the first women to drive a care in the area in 1918.

Camille married Chester A. Warner on June 23, 1927, and continued to live in the village of East Berne where their children, Carl, Robert, Mary and Homer were born. In 1938 they moved to the Warner homestead on Warner's Lake where she was still residing when she died, December 16, 1978.

During the years she was active in manny comunity activities, such as the Eastern Star, St. John's Lutheran Church, Red Cross, and one of the founders of the Girl Scouts.

She was an only child and was happy to leave 10 grandchildren.

Altamont Enterprise - January 5, 1979

Additional Media

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Camille G. Warner Dies. Altamont Enterprise. January 5, 1979
  2. Homer A. Gallup, Former Teacher, Died on Sunday. Altamont Enterprise. April 29, 1949
  3. Homer A Gallup - Fannie Martin Marriage Anouncement. Altamont Enterprise. July 14, 1893
  4. Berne, NY - Family Files - www.BerneHistory.org
  5. Death - Camille Gallup Warner died December 16, 1978. Altamont Enterprise. December 22, 1978