||MISS HANNA DALRYMPLE
||Miss Hannah Dalrymple,a life long resident of the Town of
Southport, died this morning at 5:45 o’clock at the home of her brother,
Ephriam Dalrymple, on South Broadway, near Bulkhead. Miss Dalrymple had
been a president of the Beecher Central W. C. T. U. and at the time of her
death was the vice-president of that society. The decedent was one of the
leading temperance workers of the Southern Tier for many years and was
highly respected. Miss Dalrymple also was a life-long member of the south
Presbyterian Church of Southport Corners. She is survived by two half sisters,
Mrs. Anna Smith of Seeley Creek and Mrs. Mary Rowlee of Bend, Oregon. The
funeral will be held at the home Thursday at 2 o’clock. Burial in Woodlawn
cemetery. (handwritten on article Jan. 1923)
||ELEAZER N. EATON
||Eleazer N. Eaton died Friday night at 9:25 o’clock at the
family home in Pine City, aged sixty-six years. He is survived by three
daughters, Miss Cora Eaton of Elmira; Ora and Dorothy of Pine City; two
sons, William and Budd Eaton of Pine City; two sisters, Miss Florence Eaton
of Elmira; Mrs. Della Russell of Massachusetts; three brothers, Allen and
Delos of Wells, Pa., and Almond of Leona, Pa. The funeral will be held
Monday at 1 p.m. at the Pine City Baptist church. The Rev. Mr. Ripley will
officiate and burial will be in the Webb Mills cemetery (handwritten on
article – died Feb, 1913)
||MRS. MELVA E. HAM
||Mrs. Melva Edsall Ham died at the family home at Christian
Hollow Sunday night at 12 o’clock, after an extended illness, aged seventy-two
years. She is survived by a daughter, Sylvia M., at home; a son, John C.,
of Pine City; three grandchildren, Gordon C., Bernice M., and Ruth E. Ham
all of Pine City. The funeral will be held at the home Tuesday at 3 p.m.,
the Rev. Mr. Burroughs, burial in the Christian Hollow cemetery (handwritten
on article June 5, 1921)
||The funeral of Damon Edsall of Kelly Hill, who died unexpectedly
Saturday morning at the family home, was held at the home of G. E. Corwin
in Millerton, Pa. , Monday and burial was in the Miller cemetery at that
place. Mr. Edsall was a life long resident of Kelly Hill and was forty-three
years old. He was a cripple, ? side of his body being paralyzed, and his
death is supposed to have resulted from a second stroke. Since the death
of his mother a year or two ago he and his aged father had lived in the
family home. He was in Elmira last Friday and returned to his home that
evening in his usual health. Death resulted during the night and the remains
were found on the floor near his bed Saturday morning by his father, William
Edsall. The decedent is survived by a son of about eleven years, who lives
with relatives at Round Top near Wellsburg. His father and two sisters,
Mrs. Jesse Kinner of Elmira, and Mrs. Baker of Pine City, are the remaining
members of the family, and another sister, Mrs. G. E. Corwin having
||MRS. MORTON MONKS
||Mrs. Lena May Monks of 116 Cleveland Avenue died at Burdette,
Sunday at 5 p.m., aged twenty-four years. She is survived by her husband,
Morton Monks, two little children; her mother, Mrs. Ella Egan of Cleveland
avenue, and a sister Mrs. Clarence Owen of Wellsburg.The remains will be
removed to the family home today and the funeral will be held Wednesday.
(handwritten on article Dec. 23, 1914)
||RICHARD J. ELWOOD
||Richard Joseph, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elwood,
died at the family home, at Pine City, aged one year. The parents, two
sisters and three brothers survive. The funeral will be held Saturday at
2 p.m. at the family home in Pine City, the Rev. I. P. Ripley officiating.
Burial will be in the Webb Mills cemetery. (handwritten Mar. 5, 1914)
||William Farren of Horseheads, RD 1, died Tuesday July ?
after a long illness. Surviving are his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Knight,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; two sons Earl of Lowman and ? Pine City; seven grandchildren;
four great grandchildren. The body is at the Shields funeral home, Horseheads,
where the funeral will be held Friday at 3 p.m. The Rev. Roy S. Smyres.
Burial at Maple Grove Cemetery.
||ATTORNEY FENNELL RESUMES PRACTICE OF LAW IN ELMIRA Attorney
Thomas F.Fennell has resumed the private practice of law in this city after
several years in public life. Upon retiring from the State Public Service
Commission, second district, when his term of office expired, Attorney
Fennell moved his family to this city and opened his former law offices.
Attorney Fennell has been a hardworking and efficient public servant. His
work as a judge of the state court of claims won promotion for him to the
public service commission.
||STRICKEN ON ROAD HOME POPULAR PASTOR EXPIRES The Rev. Coleson
E. Ferguson, Pastor of the Epworth Methodist Episcopal church, died at
him home West Water street, last evening at 8:30 o’clock from an attach
of ? (can' t read) poisoning. The attack first became noticeable at 5 o’clock
yesterday afternoon on his return from a meeting in the church near the
Reformatory. He was accompanied in a buggy by Mrs. J. J. Lamouree of Carrs
Corners, whom Mr. Ferguson frequently took part way home from the church
meetings. Mrs. Lamouree noticed that Mr. Ferguson allowed his horse to
ramble away from the road, and she took the reins. From that time on she
was compelled to hold him up to keep him in the wagon. She drove all the
way home with him, and there he was assisted from the wagon by members
of his family. Medical aid was summoned, but to no avail, and he died in
a few hours. At the church several of the members had noticed his hand
stiffen and he rubbed it several times to ward off numbness. Prior to this
he had felt il
||Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmiter of
Lake Street and William Lynn, also of this city, left this morning for
a motor trip through the Adirondacks and the Thousand Islands.
||DEAN L. FRASIER
||Dean L. Frasier, 19, of Pine City, died Thursday a.m. at
5:50 o’clock after a brief illness. He is survived by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Frasier; two brothers, Gurney and Frank at home; two sisters,
Mrs. Mack Costello of Elmira; Mrs. Irene Andrus of Canton, Pa.: two grandfathers,
James Frasier of Pine City and Mr. Briggs of Knoxville, Pa. The body will
be removed to the family home this morning where the funeral will be held
Saturday at 2 p.m. The Rev. L.A. Guiles of Millerton will officiate. Burial
Webbs Mills Cemetery. (handwritten on article Feb. 9, 1928)
||James B. Frasier
||James B. Frasier of Pine City died Monday, Jan. 18, 1937,
at 11:30 a.m. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Hilda Costello
of Chemung and Mrs. Irene Andrus of Pine City; two sons, James G. and Frank,
both of Pine City. Funeral Thursday at noon at the home of the son, James
G. Frasier. The Rev. Roy Smith will officiate. Burial in Knoxville, Pa.
||Mansfield, Pa. Nov. 16 – Foster Garrison died yesterday
at his home in South Main street, after an illness of several months duration.
He moved from his farm at Elk Run to Mansfield in March last. Mr. Garrison
was 69 years old, a veteran of the Civil War, and a member of General Mansfield
post, G.A.R. of this boro. He is survived by a widow and four sons. There
will be a brief service at the family home tomorrow morning at 10 o’clock,
following which the body will be taken to the church at Job Corners, from
where the funeral will be held.
||A Good Woman Gone
||The death of Mrs. Fanny Redfield, which occurred at Seeley
Creek, N.Y. last Sunday night, Oct 27th, at the age of 85 years, removes
from our section another of the early settlers, and a woman who was universally
respected and esteemed for her many sterling qualities, and who well deserved
the loving regard in which she was held by her numerous family connections.
Francis Garrison was born Sept 18, 1810, Trumansburg, N.Y. and was one
of a family of eleven or twelve children, all of whom attained manhood
and womanhood. The surviving brothers of deceased are Abram Garrison, Jesse
Garrison, T. J. Garrison, all of Jackson: surviving sisters, Mrs. Jane
Sheive, now at Tama, Iowa: Mrs. Charity Zumalt, of Shelcon, Ill., and Mrs.
Lucy Rozelle, of Somers Lane, this county. When about twelve years of age
Miss Garrison removed with her family to Jackson, Tioga Co, Pa. then an
almost unbroken wilderness, and participated with them in all the hardships
and deprivations of pioneer life. She was stout-hearted, courageous and
||Hon. J. F. Gillett, a well-known citizen of this place,
died Friday morning, June 7 at 7 o’clock, at his home in Elmira, aged 78
years. The remains were brought to this place for burial.The funeral was
held at the church on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Rev. St. John of Elmira preached
the sermon, Rev. Joel Jewell of Troy offering prayer and Rev. W. A. Grover
reading Scripture lesson. Mr. Gillett took an active interest, even in
his old age, in all the moral, social, political and religious issues of
the day – advocating by precept and example temperance and sobriety, and
taking an active interest in whatever tended to promote a healthy social
improvement, diversion, amusement or recreation. The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Gillett was one of the most pleasant in the town and their hospitality
unbounded. A visit there was regarded as a holiday by young and old, and
their memory will long be cherished by those who have so many times received
their generous welcome. He was engaged largely in lumbering and dairying,
and has a l
||In view of a remark by John Glenn’s father that he gave
coffee to newsmen covering their New Concord home, saving his prized buttermilk
for himself, Bill Pope says Creighton’s Dairy is sending a case of buttermilk
by express to the Ohioan.
||MRS. IDA M. SHERWOOD
||Mrs. Ida M. Sherwood died at 12:30 o’clock this morning
at the family home, 452 East Church street, after an illness of several
weeks. She is survived by two sisters, Miss Hattie B. and Miss M. Louise
Godfrey at home and a nephew, Edgar E. Godfrey of Ithaca. Mrs. Sherwood
had for a number of years been a member of the faculty of School No. 4.
The funeral arrangements will be announced later.
||FRANK V. GORDON
||Frank V. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon died
at the home of his parents in Gillette January 30 thirty-four years old.
Death was due to heart disease. He is survived by his parents, one brother,
Emmett G. Gordon of Brooklyn, N.Y. The funeral was held Tuesday, February
2, at 1 o’clock. Burial was in Gillett. (handwritten on article 1909)
||WILLIAM GORDON DIES AT HOME IN GILLETT
||Gillett, Pa. Feb. 10 – The death of William Gordon occurred
at his home one mile south of Gillett at about ? Wednesday morning from
hardening of the arteries. He had been ill for about two months and the
end was looked for momentarily. His sufferings had been very great, as
much of the time he had not been able to lie down. He was a veteran of
the late Civil War and a member of Eames Post, G.A.R. of Gillett. He was
a man respected in the community and will be greatly missed.
||James Gordon, a member of the 207th Pennsylvania Volunteers,
died at 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon at the family home in Pine City,
where he had resided for the past 38 years. He was seventy years old and
had been in ill health eight years. He is survived by his widow and a daughter,
Mrs. John C. Ham, both of Pine City. The funeral will be held at the home
Monday at 2:30 o’clock. The Rev. I. P. Ripley will officiate. Burial in
the Pine City cemetery. (handwritten on article June 12, 1913)
||JAMES R. GORDON
||The funeral of James R. Gordon was held this morning at
10 o’clock at the family home, 233 Robinwood avenue, Elmira Heights, and
was private. The Rev. F. Barrett of Coryland, Pa. officiated, and the remains
were removed to Checkerville, Pa. for burial. (handwritten on article 1913)
||FRANK M. GRAVES
||Frank M. Graves, formerly of Breesport, died at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Norma Howe, at Erin, March 31, after an illness of
several weeks. Besides his daughter, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Flora
G. Aber and a brother Moses W. Graves, both of Elmira. Mr. Graves was born
at Pine City, N.Y., October 9, 1857, and was the son of Henry T. Graves,
who died February 25, aged eighty-five years. The funeral was held Thursday
afternoon at the Breesport Baptist church, the Rev. Mr. Nightingale, the
pastor, officiating. Burial was in the Hill Top cemetery. The services
at the grave were in charge of Southern Light Lodge, F. & .M., of Breesport.
(handwritten on article 57 years)
||HENRY T. GRAVES
||Henry T. Graves, a former resident of Pine City many years,
died Tuesday night at the family home 417 Balsam street aged eighty-four
years. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Flora Aber of this city and two
sons, Moses Graves of Elmira and Frank Graves of Erin. The funeral will
be held at the Harrington undertaking rooms Friday at 1”30 p.m. Burial
will be in the Pine City cemetery. (handwritten on article – Feb. 24, 1914
- buried Feb 27, 1914)
||JOSEPH T. GUNDERMAN
||Joseph T. Gunderman, 33, of the South Creek Road, an employe
of the Elmira, Corning & Waverly railroad, died unexpectedly of a heart
seizure in a lavatory of the Campbell Garage, Chemung, Friday afternoon.
His body was discovered at 3 p.m. by an employe of the garage. Two weeks
ago Mr. Gunderman recovered from an attack of influenza, and is believed
that his heart weakened during the illness. He is survived by his widow,
Helen; three children, Joseph, jr., Elizabeth, George and William; eight
sisters, Mrs. F. E. Green, Waverly; Mrs Charles Piatt, Binghamton; Mrs.
Emmet Westfall, Chemung; Mrs. William Wienig, California; Mrs. C. L. Leonard,
Penn Yan; Mrs. W. S. Larison,Virginia; Mrs. T. L. Bogart, Buffalo; Miss
LaFern Gunderman, Virginia, and three brothers; C. W. Gunderman, Ithaca;
J. S. Gunderman, Elmira and O. H. Gunderman, Pine City. The funeral will
be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at South Creek Road residence. The Rev. A.
M. Laird of the First Church of Christ,Elmira will officiate.
||Born on May 4, 1895, to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gustin, a 9 ½
||MRS. CORA B. RUMSEY
||Mrs. Cora B. Rumsey, 52, widow of Ripley J. Rumsey, late
of 226 Scottwood Avenue, Elmira Heights, died Friday, Nov. 30, 1934, at
4:45 p.m. She is survived by a son, Emery H. Rumsey of Elmira Heights;
a daughter, Mrs. Harry Craig, of Gillett, Pa.; three brothers, Tracy M.
Gustin of Elmira Heights; Floyd S. and Romie B. Gustin of Elmira. The funeral
will be held at Gillett, Pa., Sunday at 3 p.m. The Rev. Sydney Kane will
officiate. Burial in the Gillett Cemetery.
||Edith Mable Criss
||Mrs. Edith Mable Criss, 61, died at the family home in Valois
at 3 a.m. Friday, Oct. 14, 1938. She is survived by a son, Leo of Elmira:
a daughter, Mrs. Arthur Hatch of Valois; four grandchildren, a great grandchild;
a brother William Hakes of Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Arthur Balmer and
Mrs. Tracy Everett of Pine City. Funeral service in the home Sunday at
2:30 p.m. The Rev. Russell Gates will officiate. Burial in Hector Cemetery.
||Miss Sylvia Ham, of Southport and Miss Mary Harrison, of
Caton, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Ham of Fulton street. (handwritten
on article Oct 11, 1902)
||EVELYN JOYCE HAM
||The funeral of Evelyn Joyce Ham, infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon G. Ham of Pine City, was held today at 2 p.m. at the family
home and was private. The Rev. George Burroughs officiated. Burial was
in Woodlawn cemetery. (handwritten on article – Born Feb. 10, 1928; died
March 19, 1928; buried March 22, 1928)
||MRS. HARRY HURD
||Lawrenceville – Funeral services for Mrs. Harry Hurd will
be conducted at the Delos Hurd home here Thursday at 2:30 p.m. followed
by services at the Tioga Methodist Church at 3. Burial will be in the Tioga
Cemetery. The Rev. John O. Mabuce of Corning and the Rev. Vaughn McArthur
of Lawrenceville will officiate. Surviving are her husband, a son Charles
of Corning; three sisters, Mrs. Harry Clarenden and Mrs. Davison of Tioga
and Mrs. Keith Hammond of Wellsboro. Mrs. Hurd was born at Tioga Junction
Aug. 10, 1873, a daughter of Chauncey and Electa Miller Hamm. She married
Mr. Hurd in 1902.
||Mrs. Eva Lee
||Mrs. Eva M. Lee, 76, of 269 W. Hudson St., Monday night,
Mrs. 17, 1947. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Winifred Sprague of Elmira; son,
Herbert C. Lee of Elmira; brother, George R. Hamm of Cleveland; sister,
Mrs. Melva Frear of McAllen, Tex.; four grandchildren. The body will be
removed tonight from the Hagerman Funeral Home to the home of her daughter,
269 W. Hudson St., where funeral will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Clifford
Eichner. Woodlawn Cemetery.
||William C. Harrington
||The funeral service for the late William C. Harrington will
be held at the family home, corner of Main and West First Streets, tonight
at 8 o’clock. The Rev. John Richards of the First Methodist Episcopal Church,
and the Rev. R. Vieweg of the German Evangelical Church will officiate
and will be assisted by the Rev. George H. Haighof Syracuse, the Rev. H.
R. Saunders of Fairport; the Rev. H. A. Depfer, the Rev. H. E. Hubbard
and other city pastors.
||William C. Harrington
||WILLIAM C. HARRINGTON IS DEAD AFTER LONG CAREER IN BUSINESS
William C. Harrington, well-known in Elmira as an undertaker and funeral
director, died Tuesday afternoon at 4 o’clock at the family home, corner
of Main and West First Streets,following an extended illness. Mr. Harrington
was a member of the Kiwanis Club. When the Kiwanians cleared the Washington
Park site in 1921, preparatory to making it a playground, he sustained
an injury which later developed into a serious heart affection. Mr. Harrington
was confined to the house several months, but for the last six months he
has been able to leave his home and visit his friends. He was not able
to resume the active duties of his business but gave it his personal direction.
He had been ailing the past three days and Tuesday suffered a heart seizure
and died in a short time, while he was in company with members of his family.
William Constable Harrington was born in Elmira February 16, 1867, a son
of the late C. W, and Mary Constable Harrington. His father was
||JAMES H. HEATER
||The death of James H. Heater occurred last night at 8 o’clock
at his home, No. 507 Pennsylvania avenue. The deceased was forty-four years
of age and is survived by his wife, two brothers, Nelson of Waterbury,
Conn., and David of Sussex, N.Y. and one sister, Mrs. William Quick of
Sussex. A prayer service will be held over the remains at 11 o’clock Monday
morning and the body will be taken to Mosherville, where the funeral will
be held at the church at 1 o’clock in the afternoon. Interment will be
in Mosherville cemetery. (handwritten on article – Nov. 13, 1908)
||Martin E. Heaxt, 78, a lifelong resident of Elmira, died
Wednesday, May 25, 1938, at Uleta, Fla. He leaves his wife, two children
in Elmira, Mrs. Walter Monks and Donn J. Heaxt, and two in Florida, Mrs.
Byron Platt and Ralph M. Heaxt; two sister, Mrs. Carrie M. Brown of Buffalo
and Mrs. Camilla Gornee of Hornell; two brothers, John of Cleveland, Ohio,
and George, of Florida; also 10 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
||Camilla HEAXT Gornee
||Mrs. Camilla Heaxt Gornee, 92, of 919 Pennsylvania Ave.,
widow of Elliot Gornee., Monday morning, June 18, 1951, at the home of
a granddaughter, Mrs. Ernest Scott, with whom she resided. Survived by
son Erwin Gornee of Elmira; brothers, John Heaxt of Medina, Ohio, and George
Heaxt of Uleta, Fla.,five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; several
nieces and nephews. The body is at the Hagerman Funeral Home where funeral
was held Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. The Rev. C. Wellington Hardy. Woodlawn Cemetery.
||George Helm, a well known farmer of the town of Southport,
died Friday afternoon at the family home near Pine City, on the macadam
road, aged sixty-one years. He is survived by his widow, a brother, Wilson
Helm of Webbs Mills. He was a member of the Baptist church at Pine City
for many years. The funeral will be held Monday at 1 p.m. at the home and
the Rev. Charles Henry of the Baptist Church of Pine City will officiate.
Burial in Woodlawn cemetery.(handwritten on article Jan 19, 1917)
||CARRRIE FRANK HENRY
||Carrie Frank Henry, died at the family home in Pine City
early yesterday morning, aged sixty-eight years. She is survived by a brother,
the Rev. Charles Henry, pastor of the Pine City Baptist Church: a niece,
Angie Miner of California, and a grand nephew, also of California. The
funeral will be held Friday at 10:30 a.m. and burial will be in the Tioga
Point cemetery. The Rev. Delos E. Abrams will officiate. (handwritten on
article – Aug. 22, 1917)
||EDITH M. HILL
||Edith Mildred Hill, aged thirteen years, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. L. V. Hill of Sagetown, died in this city this morning of appendicitis.
She is survived by her parents, a sister Ella Hill and brother William
Hill. The funeral will be held at the family home at Sagetown Sunday at
2 p.m. Burial in the Pine City cemetery. (handwritten on article – Sept.
||William Hogan died Wednesday night at his home, No. 120
South Main street, of gastric fever, aged fifty-six years. His wife survives
him. The funeral was held yesterday morning from his late home at 9 o’clock,
and at 10 from St. Mary’s Church. (handwritten on article Nov. 20, 1895)
||Death of an Old and Esteemed Resident Of Blossburg, Pa.
Henry Hollands is dead. He died as all brave men die – with his face to
the front and with no tremor of fear at the approach of the grim conqueror.
He died in full consciousness and with an abiding and complete belief in
a continuance of life beyond the grave. Of him it may be said, as of few
men, that the whole of his long life was marked with an unswerving performance
of duty and an unquestioning loyalty to all with whom he was connected.
His work was his life, even when the hand of Death was beckoning him yonder,
out of here to there, his heart and mind were with the duties laid down.
It has been said that Peace hath her victories even greater than war, and
the victories achieved by Henry Hollands now crown his memory with laurels
that will out last those of the heroes of the battlefield. What great eulogy
can any man have? Last Sunday evening, at early twilight, he died at his
home in Blossburg, Pa., after a brief illness. Although eighty-one years
||MRS. LODNA R. WHIPPLE
||The death of Mrs. Lodna R. Whipple occurred yesterday afternoon
at her home in Pine City. She was 65 years of age and was ill for more
than a year of dropsy. She is survived by her husband, W. J. Whipple; six
children, Mrs. Blanch E. Rumsey, of Elmira, ? G. Whipple, Harry J., and
? W. all of Elmira; Grant W. Whipple and Roy F. Whipple of Philadelphia,
Pa.; one sister, Mrs. E. Gage of ? Pa., and one brother C. Howard, of North
Chemung. Funeral announcement will be later.
||HARVEY C. HOWE
||Harvey Coburn Howe died very unexpectedly last night about
8 o’clock at the family home, 1014 Pennsylvania avenue, at Southport Corners.
Mr. Howe appeared in his usual health yesterday and directed the work at
his mill at Southport Corners. Last night he prepared to retire about 8
o’clock and was in the act of drinking a glass of water when he suffered
a heart seizure and fell to the floor, where he was found by his sister,
Miss. Etta B. Howe. Death followed in a few minutes. Mr. Howe was born
July 4, 1854, and had been a resident of Southport Corners since about
1880, where he was first associated with the late Jacob Weyer in the milling
business. For a number of years past Mr. Howe had conducted the business.
He married a daughter of Jacob Weyer. Mr. Howe died about two years ago.
Mr. Howe had represented the town of Southport in the Board of Supervisors
since 1910, and was a very capable and conscientious official. He had been
a member of Ivy Lodge, No. 397, F. and A. M., of this city since 1893.
||HARVEY C. HOWE
||The funeral of Harvey C. Howe was held this afternoon at
2:30 o’clock at the family home at Southport Corners. The Rev. J. D. Warren,
of the South Presbyterian church officiated and burial was in the family
plot at Woodlawn cemetery. Members of the board of Supervisors of which
the decedent was a member attended the funeral in a body. (handwritten
on article Feb. 25, 1914)
||Fred Hunt, 68, of Goodland, Kan., died Sept. 3, 1937. He
was born in Elmira and lived many years in this vicinity. He went west
with a brother Walter Hunt, 35 years ago, where he had since resided. Mr.
Hunt spent some time, one year ago, visiting relatives, and renewing old
friendships in and near Elmira and at that time was in ill health. He leaves
his two sons, Fred Jr., and Frank of Goodland and the following brothers
and sisters: William E. of Pine City, Harry of Elmira, Miss Sarah Hunt
of Brooklyn, Mrs. C. T. Odin of Salem, Ore,and Mrs. Fred W. Peck of Elmira.
The funeral and burial was in Goodland, Kan.