||19 Mar 1890
||Town of Niagara, Niagara, New York, United States 
||Town of Niagara, Niagara, New York, United States
||Town of Niagara, Niagara, New York, United States
||Sanborn, Niagara, New York, United States 
|mechanic, unemployed |
||14 Mar 1960
||Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York, United States [3, 4]
|Cause: of a brain tumor |
||16 Mar 1960
||Walmore, Niagara, New York, United States [4, 5]
Saint Peter's Lutheran Cemetery
||20 Jul 2013 |
||Carl Ehrgott Haseley, b. 10 Mar 1856, Town of Wheatfield, Niagara, New York, United States , d. 9 Jan 1914, Town of Niagara, Niagara, New York, United States |
||Wilhelmine Christine Friedericke Pfuhl, b. 6 Feb 1862, Town of Wheatfield, Niagara, New York, United States , d. 10 Feb 1947, Town of Niagara, Niagara, New York, United States |
||Walmore, Niagara, New York, United States
|Birth - 19 Mar 1890 - Town of Niagara, Niagara, New York, United States
|Census - 1900 - Town of Niagara, Niagara, New York, United States
|Census - 1910 - Town of Niagara, Niagara, New York, United States
|Occupation - mechanic, unemployed - 1917 - Sanborn, Niagara, New York, United States
|Died - Cause: of a brain tumor - 14 Mar 1960 - Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York, United States
|Buried - Address:
Saint Peter's Lutheran Cemetery - 16 Mar 1960 - Walmore, Niagara, New York, United States
- The Niagara Gazette
Haseley - In this city, Noah A., age 69 years. Brother of Louis, Shawnee, N.Y.; Eric (sic), Town of Niagara; Carl F., this city; Mrs. Hugo A. Walck of Sanborn. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Pike and Jones Funeral Home, Hoover Rd., Sanborn where services; will be held Wednesday, March 16, 1960 at 2 p.m. at 2:30 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Walmore. The Rev. Donald G. Rehkopf, officiating. Interment in St. Peter's Cemetery.
The Niagara Gazette
Ex-Garage Owner Dies
SANBORN - Noah A. Haseley, 69, of Lockport Rd., a retired mechanic, died today (March 14, 1960) at Mt. St. Mary's Hospital, Niagara Falls, after a lengthy illness. Born in the Town of Niagara, March 19, 1960, Mr. Haseley was a son of the late Carl and Wilhelmina Pfohl Haseley. He was a graduate of Niagara Falls High School and attended Cornell University. He was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Walmore. Mr. Haseley owned and operated a garage in Detroit for 35 years, retiring about eight years ago and returning to this area to make his home with his brother, Eric (sic) Haseley. Surviving are two other brothers, Louis Haseley, Shawnee, and Carl F. Haseley, Niagara Falls, and a sister, Mrs. Hugo A. Walck, Sanborn. Several nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Pike & Jones Funeral Home and at 2:30 p.m. at St. Peter's Lutheran Church by the Rev. Donald Rehkopf. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery.
GAZETTE Aug 6, 1915
RAILROAD DETECTIVES SHOOT TWO FARMERS FOUND NEAR THE SCENE OF ROBBERY
Subsequently Noah and Eric Haseley are Charged With Criminally Receiving Two Sweaters - District Attorney Being Consulted by Relatives and Friends of Injured Men
Noah and Eric Haseley, farmers living on their 250 acre farm on the Lockport and Packard road are in the Memorial Hospital suffering from gun shot wounds, victims they and their neighbors claim of a mistaken identity. The wounds were inflicted by railroad detectives searching for car burglars who rifled several cars on MC #1, the train on the Lockport branch that is frequently pilfered by car burglars between Lockport Junction and Days yards, this city. The detective Dominick Smith and another whose name is not known were in charge of William Scherf. The detectives claim that they "have the goods" on the men in the hospital, and that they were carrying off two sweaters when the detectives came upon them. The farmers claim they were not looking for any loot, but to see that their cattle did not get out of a gate onto the tracks after the car burglars drove off with the loot. In this declaration they are corroborated by neighbors , including Andrew Laur who was brought to the Memorial Hospital last night following the shooting , and Louis Haseley, an older brother. The Haseley's are well known throughout the county. They bear an excellent reputation and are thrifty. Several years ago the police were notified by them that car robbers had placed a quantity of loot in their barn and Detective Calliman went to their barn with a wagon and carried away a load of loot which had been hidden in the building. (cont'd on pg 15)
Charge is First Degree Assault - Detective Hennessey Says Smith and Schurf Did Not Do Shooting
Following the issuance of warrants charging William Schurf of Buffalo and Dominick Smith of this city. New York Central said to be implicated in the shooting and subsequent arrest of Eric and Noah Haseley, Walmore farmers, with first degree assault, the accused officers appeared before Justice John H. Mason in LaSalle this morning. The magistrate , although he issued the warrants yesterday at the solicitation of Louis Haseley a brother of the injured men, was unable to act until he conferred with the district attorney. District Attorney Burt A. Duquette promised the La Salle official he will come to the city with Sheriff Shaw this afternoon to personally investigate the shooting of the Haseley's and at the same time look into the circumstances surrounding the arrest of the maimed farmers.
GAZETTE Aug 12, 1915
FIND MORE SHOT IN MANS SKULL
Eric and Noah Haseley, Walmore farmers shot by railroad detectives near their home Thursday night, are still at Memorial hospital. They may not be permitted to leave the hospital before Friday, when their alleged assailants may be arraigned in Justice Mason's court at La Salle. Yesterday several pieces of shot were taken from Noah Haseley's right knee. He is unable to stand up. Eric, who was shot in the groin, is believed to be out of danger.
DETECTIVE SHOT WHEN HIS PISTOL EXPLODES
Niagara Falls, Aug. 13. (Special.) - Dominic Smith of Buffalo, a New York Central railroad detective, who was arrested several days ago, as the result of the recent shooting of Eric and Noah Haseley, farmers at Walmore who it is said, were mistaken for car burglars, fell from a trolley car here this morning, exploding an automatic pistol in his pocket and sending a bullet through his right hip. His left shoulder was dislocated in the accident and he has internal injuries of a serious character .Smith, whose arrest came after the Niagara county authorities had investigated the Walmore shooting, was to have been arraigned this morning before a justice of the peace at LaSalle. He boarded a trolley car in the business section of the city early this morning, and attempted to alight from the car while it was still in motion at Twelfth street. He fell and the jar of the fall exploded the pistol. The bullet passed through his right hip, inflicting a serious wound. Both Eric and Noah Haseley are in the Memorial hospital, where Smith was taken in an ambulance. The farmers, although seriously wounded, are recovering, the physicians say.
Buffalo Express Aug 14. 1915
RAILROAD DETECTIVES WHO SHOT WALMORE FARMERS ARE HELD FOR GRAND JURY
Niagara Fails Aug 13 - Sargent William Shurf, 28 years old, and Fred Friedel, 27 years old, New York Central detectives stationed in Buffalo were today held for the grand Jury in $1000 bail by Peace Justice John H. Mason of La Salle to answer the charges of shooting Erie Haseley and Noah Haseley, Walmore farmers on August 5th. The detectives pleaded not guilty and waived examination They were taken before county Judge Fish in Lockport and were by him released on bail. There had been a train robbery at Walmore. a village, two miles east of the city, and the robbers had driven through a lane on the Haseley farm. The Haseley's went out to close a lane gate to keep their cattle from wandering on the railroad tracks One of them carried a lantern As they came towards the tracks a railroad detective began to shoot. Neither man was dangerously wounded. Warrants were first issued for Scherf and Dominick Smith one of his men, but Captain Hennessey of the Central's Buffalo office said that neither had done the shooting. Today he produced Friedel. and said that it was he who shot the Haseley's. Friedal was working under Sherf. The LaSalle town ball, where the man was heard, was crowded to the doors. The Haseley's are members of one the best known families in this end of the county. The crowd was disappointed when the detectives waived examination.
- [S23] St Peter's Lutheran Church records, Vol 1, B # 487.
- [S203] WW I Draft Registration 1917-1918.
- [S67] St Peter's Lutheran Church records, Vol 3, 1960-D2.
- [S20] Niagara Falls Gazette.
- [S4] Cemetery Visit - St. Peters.