||Judd S. Aber
||The funeral of Judd S. Aber, who was killed on the Erie
Railroad tracks at Wellsburg last night, will be held at the Methodist
Episcopal Church at Wellsburg Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. K. M. Walker will
officiate and burial will be in Bentley Creek Cemetery. Mr. Aber is survived
by his widow, one son Oscar at Wellsburg; his parents and a brother George
Aber, of Doty Hill, Pa., also two sisters, Mrs. John McHenry of Maple avenue
and Mrs. Murray Feathers of Doty Hill, Pa.
||JUDSON AMEIGH WAS DAY OVER FIFTY-TWO
||Gillett, Pa., Sept 15 – Judson Ameigh was born September
7, 1849 and died September 8, 1911, at his home near Gillett. Mr. Ameigh
was a son of Abram and Betsy Ameigh and is survived by his widow and son
Berton, two brothers and two sisters, Abram Ameigh of Canton, Pa., Jesse
Ameigh of Wellsburg, N.Y., Mrs. Hannah Batterson of Gillett, Mrs. Mary
Kaufman of Elmira. The funeral was held from the Baptist church here on
the 11th instant and well attended. The Rev. S.Banet of Snedeker officiated.
||The funeral of Theron Andrews, late of Jackson Summit, Pa.,
will be held in the family home Saturday at 2 p.m. The Rev. George Burroughs
of Pine City will officiate. Burial in the Alden Run, Pa., cemetery. Mr.
Andrews is survived by his widow; three daughters, Mrs. George Bennett
and Miss Dora Andrews at home; Mrs. Floyd Adams of Seeley Creek; three
sons Gary, Merideth and Wilbur, at home.
||JULIA H. ANDREWS
||Julia H. Andrews died at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Andrews of Pine City, aged eleven years. She had been ill since
Monday of appendicitis. Little Julia is well known in this city, having
attended No. 3 school and lived with Mrs. Guy Stowell and family of Locust
street for the past term. She was a child of a lovable disposition and
will be greatly missed by her little schoolmates and friends. The decedent
was also a member of the Franklin Street Presbyterian Sunday School. She
is survived by her parents, a sister Gladys and brother Leon. The funeral
will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the family home, the Rev. C. E. Ferguson
will officiate. Burial in the Webb Mills cemetery.(handwritten on article
– died June 2, 1910)
||JULIA HANNAH ANDREWS
||The funeral of Julia Hannah Andrews will be held at the
home of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews near Pine City tomorrow
at 2 p.m. The Rev. C. E. Ferguson will officiate and burial will be in
Webbs Mill cemetery. (handwritten on article – died June 2, 1910, buried
June 5, 1910 – 11 years old)
||Gillett, Pa., Dec. 15 – The oldest member of the Baptist
church, Edward C. Andrus, aged eighty-four years, was buried Tuesday at
1 o’clock from the church which he had served so faithfully as a deacon
for many years. Mr. Andrus was highly respected Christian citizen, who
had lived here nearly all his life until recently when he went to Ralston
to live with his son, William. Three other sons survive, Frank of ? N.Y.
Joseph of Gillett, and ? (can’t read) of Medix Run, Elk County. (handwritten
on article 1908)
||The condition of Arvine Andrus has become worse and his
friends are alarmed.
||Samuel R. Argyle
||Samuel R. Argyle of Lakeworth, Fla., formerly of Elmira,
Sunday Dec. 28, 1952. Survived by son, Leroy C. Argyle of Elmira; brothers,
Joseph and Alva Argyle of Lakeworth, and Daniel of Maine; a sister residing
in Syracuse; three grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Mr. Argyle
was a member of Harry B. Bentley Post American Legion, Spanish War Veterans
and Veterans of Foreign Wars of Elmira. Funeral and burial will be held
today at Lakeworth.
||Decker E. Ayers died on Tuesday morning last at his home
in Elmira, of a complication of diseases. He had been in failing health
for several years. Mr. Ayers was employed as a salesman for Myer ? carriage
establishment, and was an active, capable business man. A wide acquaintance
through all the country surrounding Elmira made him a very valuable assistant.
He leaves a wife, three sons and a daughter, the children being Eugene
Ayers, of Job’s Corners’ Mrs. James P. Slocum of Wells, Pa., Decker E.
Ayers and C. Ayers of Elmira. The funeral was held from the residence of
deceased on Thursday morning at 11 o’clock. (handwritten on article June
||George W. Ayres, 83, of Gillett, Pa., died Wednesday, Apr.
10. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Curren, Pine City and Mrs. Jacob
Holton, Jobs Corners; a son Thomas J. Ayres, Gillett and seven grandchildren.
The funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the family home. The Rev.
Paul ? will officiate. A Masonic service will be conducted at Gillett cemetery.
||Catherine AYERS Cole
||When Mrs. Catherine Cole was called on in her home on Pleasant
street yesterday morning about 8 o’clock she did not respond and an investigation
revealed the fact that she had died during the night. When Mr. Cole retired
Saturday evening she was apparently well, save for a slight attack of rheumatism
to which she had been suffering for a long time past. It was Mrs. Sergant,
the woman of whom she shared rooms that found her yesterday morning, and
who, immediately making the discovery sent for guidance. The physician
pronounced her dead and gave as the cause, a disabled heart. Mrs. Cole
was seventy-eight years of age and for a number of years has resided in
this city with her sister, Mrs. Lucy A. Dilliston,Franklin Street. She
was the eldest daughter of Jehial and Emily Ayers, Gillett, Pa., and for
many years resided in Gillett, where she became the wife of a well known
physician. After his death and that of her children, she removed to this
city. Six sisters survive her: Sarah A. Stringer, of ? (can’t read); M
||HORACE D. BAKER
||Horace D. Baker, died at the family home on Dry Run Road
near Pine City Sunday, at 6:30 a.m., after an illness, aged eighty-two
years. Besides his widow he leaves a son Jesse Baker at home, a daughter,
Mrs. Balcom of Elmira and four grandchildren. Funeral at the home Wednesday
at 2 p.m. Standard time. Burial in Webb Mills Cemetery. (handwritten on
||MRS. HARRIETT ROWLEE
||Mrs. Harriet Rowlee aged eighty-four years, died last night
at 9:45 o’clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sarah Nichols, No. 323
Norton St. The deceased was a resident of Pine City for many years and
a member of the Baptist church there. She is survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Nichols and Mrs. Emma Mosher of Richmond, N.J.; one son, Frank Rowlee,
of Smithport, Pa., and one brother Horace Baker of Pine City. The funeral
will be held Saturday morning at 10 o’clock at the house. Interment in
Pine City. (handwritten on article – Feb. 1, 1905)
||Fred Balmer of Pine City. The body is at the ? Funeral Home,
305 S. Main St. where friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral there
Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. Robert Gray. Woodlawn Cemetery.
||Deville Barber, who is well known to many in this vicinity
died at his home at Pine City, Thursday, May 5. Mr. Barber had been a very
patient sufferer for many years, and had just returned from Florida, where
he had been for his health. He was 56 years of age, and leaves a wife and
one son. The member o the Charles Fairman Lodge, I.O. O. F. had charge
of the funeral services rendered by Rev. C. E. Ferguson of Elmira. Undertaker
Monroe Miller officiating; burial in Pine City cemetery . (handwritten
on article 1904)
||Mrs. Effie Cassada
||Mrs. Effie B. Cassada, 513 W. First St. Today, Oct 14, 1946.
Survived by husband, Louis B.; son, Franklin J. of Elmira; brothers, Humphrey
Beaman of Long Island, William Beaman of Troy, Pa.; sisters, Mrs. William
Montgomery of Washington, Pa., Miss Frances Beaman of Try, Pa.; six grandchildren.
Body is at the Holly Funeral Home where funeral will be Thursday at 1 p.m.
Rev. Martin D. Hardin. Woodlawn Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
||CHARLES B. BECKWITH
||Charles B. Beckwith, 47, a painter by occupation, who was
employed in Elmira, died unexpectedly Thursday morning of a heart seizure
at the family home in Pine City. His mother, Mrs. B. Beckwith died last
week, at Pine City. Mr. Beckwith is survived by his widow. Mrs. Mildred
Beckwith. The funeral will be held in the family home Saturday at 10 a.m.
The Rev. George Burroughs will officiate. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery,
Elmira (handwritten on article Feb 14, 1929)
||DANIEL G. BECKWITH
||Daniel G. Beckwith died this morning at 7 o’clock at the
family home at Pine City after an illness of seven weeks’ duration, aged
seventy years. He is the last member of the late Robert Beckwith, one of
the most prominent families in the town of Southport. His widow and one
son, Charles D. Beckwith at home survive him. He was a veteran of the Civil
War. Attorney H. H. Rockwell stood by his side on that fatal day when Mr.
Beckwith suffered the loss of his left leg in the battle of Fredericksburg.
He was many years a justice of the peace and town clerk, and was one of
the most efficient justices the town of Southport has ever had. He was
counsel and friend to the poor man. No one was ever turned away from his
door without some assistance. He was six years a clerk in the Elmira post
office under the late C. G. Fairman. The funeral will be announced later.
(handwritten on article – Feb. 20)
||DANIEL G. BECKWITH
||The funeral of Daniel G. Beckwith will be held at the family
home at Pine City Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Burial will be in the Webb Mills
cemetery.(handwritten on article – Feb. 22)
||Frank Beers died at his home No. 211 Caldwell avenue, at
1o’clock this morning, aged forty years. He is survived by a wife and two
children. Mr. Beers was well known throughout the city. For a number of
years he conducted a retail mild business, which brought him in touch with
the people. The funeral will be held from the house at 2 o’clock Wednesday
afternoon. The Rev. Eli Pittman will officiate. Funeral Director F. E.
Smith is in charge of the arrangements. (handwritten on article Oct. 15,
||Mrs. William Beiter of 1167 West Water Street left today
for Philadelphia to join her niece, Miss Elizabeth Bacon,and her cousin,
Mrs. Reinhold. They will leave tonight for a trip to Spokane and Seattle,
Wash., to visit Mrs. Beiter’s brothers. They will return home the latter
part of August by way of Yellowstone National Park.
||Caleb Bortel, 81, died this morning at 4:30 o’clock at the
family home in Pine City. He is survived by his widow, a daughter, Olive;
son, Jay; a sister, Mrs. Phoebe Kelly of Oneida; two grandchildren. Mr.
Bortel had been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church for a period
of forty years and of the Charles G. Fairman Lodge, I.O.O.F. of Pine City.
The remains reposes in the Brewer funeral home until Wednesday morning
when they will be removed to the family home. The funeral will be held
in the Webb Mills M. E. Church Thursday at 3 p.m. Burial in the Caton Center
Cemetery. (handwritten on the article Nov. 19, 1928)
||MRS. MARY INGALLS
||Mrs. Mary Ingalls of Pine City died unexpectedly yesterday
morning. She was 74 years of age and is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Eliza
Westervelt and Mrs. Maria Burlin, and a brother Levi Bradbury. The funeral
will be held from the family home on Wednesday at 3 o’clock. (handwritten
on article Oct. 14, 1918)
||Funeral service for John Brand was held in the chapel of
the W. L. Philbrick funeral home, Miami, Wednesday morning. The remains
are expected to arrive in Elmira Saturday night. A prayer service will
be held at the grave in Woodlawn Cemetery, Monday at 2:30 p.m. instead
of at the home of J. Herbert Brand as previously announced.
||Lyman Brewer died Thursday at 4 p.m. at the family home
at Mosherville, aged eighty-four years. He had lived nearly all of his
life in Mosherville and had been a member of the I.O.O.F., over a half
century. The decedent is survived by his widow and several sons and daughters.
The funeral will be held at the Mosherville Methodist Episcopal church
Sunday at 2 p.m., and will be in charge of the I.O.O.F. fraternity. Burial
in the Mosherville cemetery. (handwritten on article Feb. 14, 1912)
||OLIVER J. BRIGGS
||Oliver J. Briggs died at the family home in Pine City Sunday
at 3 p.m. after an illness of two days’ duration. Mr. Briggs was born at
Mapleridge, Tioga County, Pa., in 1848. He is survived by his widow, Emma
D., one son, Henry at home; two daughters, Mrs. Maynard J. Kidd of Aberdeen,
South Dakota, and Miss Eva G., at home; also one brother, Andrew Briggs
of California, and three sisters, Mrs. Jennie Stone of Cortland, Mrs. Phoebe
Gage of Mansfield, Pa., and Mrs. Alida Beal of Los Angeles, Cal. The funeral
will be announced later. (handwritten on article Jan 19, 1911)
||Herbert S. Bristol, 80, died at 9 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 9,
1941, at his farm in wells Township, Pa. where he had resided for 65 years.
He was a native of Albany. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Grace Boughton Bristol;
three daughters, Mrs. Ray Brewer of Millerton, Mrs. Charles Updyke of Gillett
and Miss Leila Bristol at home; a son, Clyde A. of Troy, Pa.; 12 grandchildren
and a sister, Miss Kate Bristol of Albany. The funeral will be held Sunday
at 2 p.m. at the family home, the Rev. Allen Douglas officiating. Burial
will be in Gillett Cemetery.
||Lynn Britenbaker of Toledo, Ohio, formerly of Elmira, Thursday,
Feb. 14, 1952. Survived by wife, Mrs. Harriet Britenbaker; son Francis,
and three grandchildren, all of Toledo; sisters, Mrs. Bernice Woodford
of Long Lake, N.Y., Mrs. Alma Baker of Pine City and Mrs. Olive Madigan
of Elmira; brother Francis Britenbaker of Erin. The funeral and burial
will be held Monday in Toledo.
||Samuel Brown of the town of Ashland, died Saturday at 3
p.m. aged sixty-two years. He is survived by one son, L. Herbert Brown
of Elmira: one daughter, Mrs. Charles H. Schultz, of Elmira: a brother,
William, in the west, and four sisters, Mrs. John Johnson, of Corning;
Mrs. Gordon Sage of East Elmira; Mrs. Jesse Gustin of Gillett, Pa., and
Mrs. Dezillo Devoe of Olin, Iowa. A prayer service will be held Tuesday
at the home at 12 o’clock and the funeral will be conducted in Woodlawn
Chapel at 2 p.m. Burial in Woodlawn cemetery. (handwritten on article Sep.
||The Rev. George G. Burroughs, 75, of Pine City, this morning,
Nov. 1, 1951. A retired Baptist minister, he served pastorates at Mosherville,
Jackson Summit, Harrison Valley, Pine City and Tioga, Pa., retiring in
1941. Survived by wife Mrs. Lottie M. Burroughs; son, Gordon D. Burroughs
of Pine City and children, Miss Jeanne Burroughs of Long Beach,Calif. Miss
Jo Ann Burroughs and John Burroughs of Pine City.The body is at the Holly-Keck
Funeral Home. Funeral Saturday, 2 p.m. in the Pine City Baptist Church.
The Rev. L. M. Blackmer. Woodlawn Cemetery.
||Enos Bush died Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at the family home in
the town of Veteran, aged eighty-four years. He is survived by four sons,
C. L. Bush of Horseheads, F. L. Bush of Pine City, Eugene Bush of Sullivanville,
and Claude Bush, at home; one daughter, Mrs. Maude J. Drummond of Hackensack,
N.J., one step daughter Mrs. F. R. Campbell of Sullivanville, and one sister,
Mrs. Caroline Hunter of Trumansburg. The funeral will be at the home Wednesday
afternoon at 2:oo o’clock. Burial at the cemetery at Sullivanville. (handwritten
on article – July 4, 1915 – buried July 7, 1915)
||Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Case and son Donald, jr., of West
Water Street left yesterday by motor for Keene, N.H. to visit relatives
over the Fourth.
||ELIZABETH B. CASSADA
||Elizabeth Beeman Cassada, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Cassada, died this morning at 4:30 o’clock of scarlet fever, at the family
home, 4108 Baty street, aged sixteen years. She is survived by her parents
and a brother Franlin J., also her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J.
Cassada. The funeral will be strictly private. Burial in Woodlawn cemetery.
(handwritten on article – Feb. 5 1917)
||A daughter, Crystal Joy, was born Aug. 9 at the Sanders’
Maternity Home to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Clark, 1103 Leland Street, Elmira.
||MRS. AVA E. BALMER
||Mrs. Ava E. Balmer died Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the family
home at 800 Broadway, aged fifty-seven years. She is survived by her husband
William Balmer, a daughter, Mrs. Henry Finley of the Town of Southport;
two sons, Arthur H. of Wells, Pa., and Samuel C., at home and a brother,
C. H. Coe of Elmira. The funeral will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. Burial
will be in the Webb Mills cemetery. The Rev. G. M. Whiting, pastor of the
Southport M. E. church will officiate. (handwritten on article – died Dec.
25, 1917 – buried Dec. 27, 1917)
||Eugena COLE Hamm
||DEATH CALLS HER Mrs. William Hamm Answers the Summons -
Mrs. Eugena Cole Hamm, aged 49 years, died at her home in Parkhurst street
Sunday morning October 20, after an illness which extended from last May.
Her long suffering was endured patiently without a murmur, always meeting
those who might call with a smile and expressing her willingness to respond
to the Saviour’s call. She will be mourned by a large circle of friends
and relatives. The deceased was a member of the Centenary M. E. Church
of Southport, N.Y., and in early life a member of the choir and a faithful
member of that congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Hamm moved here in March from
Elmira, but they have made many friends who will extend sympathy to the
bereaved ones. Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter, Mrs.
E. J. Fisher of Yonkers, N.Y., and one son Elmer Hamm of East Elmira; also
two sisters, Mrs. Andrew Lewis and Mrs. Harry Hadlock of Elmira, and two
brothers, Lafayette Cole of Christian Hollow, N.Y. and Elmer Cole of Cortland,
||TERRIBLE ACCIDENTIt Resulted in the Painful Death of a Little
One- A terrible accident which resulted in the death of a little baby occurred
at Christian Hollow, Thursday evening. Earl Cole, the two-year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Cole, was playing about the kitchen while his
mother was attending to her household duties, clearing up the supper dishes,
etc. She left the kitchen for a moment and went into the dairy to skim
a pan of milk. She was startled by a sudden crash followed by the screams
of a child in awful agony. Rushing to the kitchen she found her baby boy
writhing on the floor. He had toddled to the stove and pulled a kettle
of boiling water over upon him. The horror-stricken mother did everything
in her power for the child and a message was dispatched in haste to Elmira
for a doctor and Dr. H. W. Fudge responded. The father, Lafayette Cole,
is a farmer and the house is situated on the first road to the right that
passes the school house at Christian Hollow. As soon as Dr. Fudge arrived
||DEFFERRET B. COLLIER
||Defferret B. Collier, a respected resident of Pine City
many years, died unexpectedly this morning at the home, aged seventy-five
years. He was a veteran of the Civil War, in Company F. 1st New York Volunteers,
Lt. Art., Deming Post G.A.R. of Millerton, Pa., Millerton Lodge I.O.O.F.
and the Millerton grange. He is survived by his widow, two sons Charles
C. and DeVillo D., a sister Mrs. Iantha Edgett and a brother, Edward Collier.
The funeral will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Pine City Baptist church,
the Rev. W. T. Henry of Elmira to officiate. Burial in the Pine City cemetery,
(handwritten on article – June 3, 1915)
||Edgar Congdon, 83, died at Gillett, Pa., at 1 p.m. Tuesday,
June 18, 1940. He leaves four sons, Earl, Lynn and Burt of Gillett and
Ray of Pine City; two daughters, Mrs. Blanche Douglas of California and
Mrs. Hazel Pix of Gillett; a brother Lynn Congdon of Ransom, Pa.; 14 grandchildren
and 18 great grandchildren. Funeral Thursday at 2 p.m. at the family home,
the Rev. Allen Douglas officiating. Burial in Gillett cemetery.
||Edgar Porter Congdon
||Official word of the death of Cpl. Edgar Porter Congdon,
28, Co. C., 31st Infantry, who was killed in action during January in the
battle of the Philippines, has been received by the soldier’s father, Bert
Congdon of Gillett, Pa. Cpl. Congdon is one of the first vicinity men to
have lost their lives with the brave defenders of the Bataan Peninsula.
Although no details of his death are known as yet, it is believed that
Cpl. Congdon was killed in the first big “all out” Japanese push against
the U. S. Forces during the last of January when the Japs were said to
outnumber the American-Philippine forces almost 10 to one. The 31st took
the brunt of that push, and temporarily stopped the enemy. Cpl. Congdon
was enlisted in the U. S. Army nine years ago and spent his first enlistment
period in Manila with Co. C, 31st Infantry. He served two subsequent enlistments
in the Canal Zone, after which he received his honorable discharge, having
attained the rank of Sergeant.
||MARK R. COREY
||Mark R. Corey died this morning at 3 o’clock at the family
home, 1057 Pennsylvania avenue aged fifty-four years. He is survived by
his widow, a sister, Mrs. F. F. Leonard of Elmira; a brother, Harry Corey
of Troy, Pa. Mr. Corey was a son of the late David Corey of Coreyland,
Pa. The funeral will be held at the home Saturday at 3:30 o’clock and will
be private. Please omit flowers. Burial in Woodlawn cemetery.(handwritten
on article Sep 14, 1922)
||Mrs. Blanche Marion
||MRS. B. C. MARION TO BE BURIED SUNDAY - Waverly, Feb. 1
– Funeral services for the late Mrs. Blanche Cortright Marion, daughter
of Frank Cortright of this village, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30
o’clock at the late home, Ithaca, R. D. %. Mrs. Marion died at the Ithaca
Hospital at 5:30 p.m. Thursday of pneumonia following an operation for
appendicitis. She is survived by her husband Percy Marion, three children,
Dewart, Doris and June Marion, at home; her father, Frank Cortright, Waverly;
three brothers, Earl, Ithaca; Harold, North Spencer; Elbert, Ithaca; one
sister, Mrs. Ruth Jones, Ithaca; four half brothers, Clayton, Harry, Frank
and Samuel, all of Waverly and one half sister, Mrs. Gertrude Allbright
also of this village. Mrs. Marion was a native of this village and spent
her early years here where she is known by a wide circle of friends. (handwritten
on article – Feb. 2, 1930)
||The funeral of Clifford Cortright, late of Pine City, was
held in the Holly funeral home today at 2 p.m. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery.(handwritten
on article – Died Feb. 5, 1930; buried Feb. 8, 1930)
||Cox, Robert C.
||General Robert C. Cox, Tioga county’s most famous veteran
of the civil war, died at his home in Wellsboro on Friday afternoon last,
June 21st, in his seventy-eighth year. He had been in feeble and failing
health for a number of years, his death being ascribed to general debility.
General Cox’s early manhood was spent at Liberty, in this county, where
he was engaged in the mercantile business and farming. He held the rank
of major and was brigade inspector of militia at the breaking out of the
war, and served as major of the 171st Pa. militia for one year, when the
regiment was discharged. In the summer of 1864 he raised the gallant 207th
Regt P.V., which did excellent service during closing scenes of the war,
and was commissioned as its colonel. He was promoted as brigadier general
April 9th, 1865. He was one of the bravest and best of officers and was
greatly beloved by his men. He served one term after the war as county
treasurer and in 1872 was elected prothonotary, which office he held until
1894. He was
||JUSTICE L. CRANDELL
||Justice L. Crandell died this forenoon at 10:30 o’clock
at the family home, 622 Yale street, aged seventy-seven years. Mr. Crandell
was a life long resident of Pine City many years and retired from his farm
about six years ago and moved his home to the city. The decedent was a
veteran of the Civil War and was a member of the G. A. R. Post at Millerton,
Pa. He is survived by his widow, a half brother, a niece and three nephews.
The funeral will be announced later. (handwritten on article died May 10,
1920, buried May 13, 1920) - The funeral of Justice L. Crandell will be
held at the family home, 626 Yale street, Thursday at 2 p.m., the Rev.
H. A. Depfer to officiate. Burial is in the Pine City cemetery. Kindly
||Elmer Daggett, a well known farmer who resided on the macadam
road between Bulkhead and Pine City, the past 32 years, died this morning
aged seventy-one years. He was a veteran of the Civil War, having served
as a private in Company A, Pennsylvania Infantry, and a member of Baldwin
Post, No. 6? Of this city, also a member of the Newtown Lodge, IOOF. The
decedent is survived by his widow, also a brother and a sister residing
in Marinette, Wis; a niece Mrs. Mary Criss Weller of Elmira, a nephew,
Miles Criss of Trowbridge, Pa. The funeral will be held at home Thursday
at 2 p.m., the Rev. Charles Henry of Pine City to officiate. Burial will
be in Woodlawn cemetery, the committal service to be by Baldwin Post, No.
6, G.A. (handwritten on article – Nov. 30)