Owego Record Front Page
September 14, 1893
Tioga Co., NY

Transcribed by: Bill Grummons

September 14, 1893

MORTUARY RECORD

Died at Elmira, NY, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1893, after an illness of long duration, Etta E. HOSKINS, wife of W. H. S. BEAN of that city. She leaves two sons, Fred A and Ray C. BEAN to mourn with the husband and father, her great loss. There are also two brothers, W. L. and J. B. HOSKINS, both of Owego and a sister Mrs. J. L. HATHAWAY of Westfield, Conn. The funeral services will be held at the family residence 469 West Church Street, Friday morning at 10 o'clock. The remains will be brought to Owego for internment where Mrs. BEAN was a member of the Baptist church.

Mrs. James FOLEY, died at her home on Chestnut Street, Owego NY, Friday Sept. 13, 1893, Margaret, Wife of James FOLEY. The funeral was held at St. Patrick's church at 2 p. m. Sunday, Rev. Father COLGAN, officiating; internment in St Joseph's cemetery. She is survived by her husband, and two daughters, Mrs. David ROACH of 100 Spencer Avenue and Mrs. Matt ROBINSON of Lake Street.

Paul Ayer KELLOGG died at Owego, NY, Monday Sept. 11, 1893, of cholera infantum. Paul Ayer, son of C. T. and H. A. KELLOGG of Prospect Street, aged 1 year, 13 days. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon, from the family residence.

Richard DENSMORE died at Canatonk, NY, Tuesday Sept. 12, 1893. Richard DENSMORE was 82 years. The funeral was held at the Canatonk church at 2 p. m. today.

Henry COLBY of the Owego Bridge Co. sustained a serious fracture of one of his legs Monday morning from a heavy piece of iron falling on it while he was at the new bridge. It fell in such a manner that it fractured below the knee and injured it badly above the knee. He was taken to his residence 250 Front Street and Drs. C. L. STILES, G. B. LEWIS and J. B. Barrett attended him. He is doing as well as can be expected.

A trestle erected to support and assist in putting up a span of the new iron bridge fell Thursday afternoon during the storm, doing about $25. In damage, but not injuring any of the workmen, although several narrow escapes were reported.

ACCIDENTS IN TWO CHAPTERS:

Chapter 1- Will CRAWFORD employed on the bridge fell this morning from the superstructure to the roadway striking on the materials in such a manner as to seriously injure his head and side. Dr. PEARSALL attended him.

Chapter 2- Allie WALKER of Lounsbury was injured this afternoon at the Erie station while trying to mount a freight train. His right knee was badly cut and bruised.

N. A. STEVENS is in Buffalo this week.

M. L. BAUER went Monday, to Buffalo.

Mrs. Theo CORTRIGHT of Binghamton is in town.

Mrs. Warren HOOPER is visiting relatives in Ithaca.

Mrs. Ed JONES and daughter went to Buffalo, Monday.

Henry WILLIAMS took part in the Buffalo excursion.

C. F. ANDREWS, Esq., and wife went to Chicago Tuesday afternoon.

Mrs. E. R. SPAULDING of Spencer Avenue has returned from Elmira.

Ed CAMPION and wife went to Niagara and Buffalo, Monday night.

H. S. HAYWOOD was a passenger on the D. L. & W. excursion to Buffalo.

Rev. D. W. TELLER and family left Friday for their new home in Fredonia, NY.

L. W. SMITH the North Avenue grocer was among the Buffalo excursionists.

Herbert SMITH of Straus' Bazaar went to Niagara Falls and Buffalo, Monday.


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