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Subject: [NYMONROE-L] Monroe Co., NY July 7, 1903 (part 1)
Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2001 14:46:36 EDT


Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
July 7, 1903

DIED

SAUNDERS - In this city, Sunday, July 5, 1903, at the family residence, No.
371 Troup street, Miss Elizabeth SAUNDERS, aged 60 years.
The funeral will take place at the house, 2 P. M. Tuesday, July 7th. Burial
private.

WARNER - Suddenly, in the town of Henrietta, on Saturday, July 4, 1903,
William T. WARNER, aged 28 years. He is survived by his mother and one
brother, Henry WARNER, both of this city.
The funeral will take place from the residence of his brother, No. 205
Merriman street, on Tuesday at 3:30 P.M. Interment at Mount Hope.

TOWNSEND In Thomasville, Ga., Sunday, July 5, 1903, Bolton T., son of A. M.
TOWNSEND, of this city, aged 34 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, one
daughter, one brother, Eugene, and one sister, Mrs. J. B. PALMER.
Burial at Thomasville.

WILLAHAN - Entered into rest, Sunday evening, July 5, 1903, Isabella, widow
of the late Thomas WILLAHAN.
Funeral from her late residence, No. 250 Lyell avenue, Wednesday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock and at 3 o'clock from the Free Methodist Church, corner North
Union and Richmond streets. Please omit flowers.

KUSSMAUL - In this city, Monday morning, July 6, 1903, at the family
residence, No. 88 Portland avenue, Maria W., wife of Jacob KUSSMAUL, aged 48
years. Deceased is survived by her husband, one son, Frederick, and two
daughters, Lydia and Olive KUSSMAUL, her mother, Louisa KRECKMAN, four
brothers, Charles, Edward, John and William KRECKMAN, and five sisters, Mrs.
Louisa WOELLERT, Mrs. Caroline FITZPATRICK, Mrs. Margaret KNEBEL, Mrs. Laura
RATHKE and Mrs. Amelia WOELLERT.
The funeral will take place from the house Wednesday afternoon, 2 P. M., and
from the German Methodist Church, North street, 2:30 P. M.
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MARRIED

HENDRICKS - HARTFELD - In Buffalo, June 25, 1903, by the Rev. C. MUELLER, of
Cleveland, Mary L. HARTFELD, formerly of Rochester, N. Y., and Victor P.
HENDRICKS, of Cleveland.
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SHOCKING DEATH OF MRS. WERNER

Was Decapitated by Train on New York Central
At Niagara Falls
Started to Cross Tracks at Second Street
When Gates Lowered

Ringing of Bell and Shrieking of the Locomotive Bewildered the Woman Who Was
66 Years Old. Train Struck Her and Her Head Was Severed From the Trunk

Niagara Falls, July 6 - Mrs. Armenia WERNER, widow of the late Sebastian
WERNER, of No. 542 Fifth street, was instantly killed at the Second street
crossing of the New York Central Railroad soon after 8 o'clock this morning.

The killing of Mrs. WERNER was one of the most shocking fatalities that has
occurred in Niagara Falls for some time. Mrs. WERNER had left her home to go
to the office of her lawyers, Cromley & Gittins. She walked down Niagara
street to Second and was crossing the tracks on this street near the depot. A
train was standing in the station, while another was approaching from the
Tenth street station. Mrs. WERNER was on the tracks when the gates were
lowered. This act seemed to bewilder her and she stood on the southbound
track, quite at a loss to determine which way to move. The whistle of the
approaching locomotive and the violent ringing of the bell are said to have
added to her confusion. She was struck and thrown to the track, the wheels
decapitating her. The train was stopped as quickly as possible, and the
headless and lifeless trunk picked up and carried into the depot.

Coroner SLOCUM was notified, and his investigation revealed her identity
through pension papers carried in her pocket. Mrs. WERNER was a woman 66
years old, and lived with her two sons, Frank and Fred, at No. 542 Fifth
street. She was born in Scotland, but had resided in Niagara Falls forty-five
years. It is understood the gates at the crossing were lowered after Mrs.
WERNER had passed the north side of the tracks, so that when she reached the
south side she was confronted by the barrier of the gates, which, it is
stated, had shut her in on the tracks. An inquest will be held.
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DROWNED IN MILL RACE

Niagara Falls, July 6 - Telegraph the information has been receiving here to
the effect that Louis WOODS, of this city was drowned in a mill race at
Merritton, Ont., Sunday night. It appears that WOODS, with several
companions; was in bathing where the current is swift above the Riordan paper
plant. He went beyond his depth and, being unable to swim, was sucked down by
the current. George WILSON, who was with him, made a desperate effort to save
him. The body was recovered. WOODS resided on Linwood avenue, and was a
trusted employee of the Acker Process Company.
*******
MONROE

Death of Catharine M'Coord of Pittsford.
David Reynolds Seriously Injured

Pittsford, July 6 - Miss Catharine McCOORD, aged 62 years, eldest daughter of
the late Joseph H. and Catharine GIBSON McCOORD, died at midnight Sunday, the
result of a fall sustained several weeks ago.

She was born on the farm where she died, and always lived. Near surviving
relatives are two brothers and two sisters, Miss Emma McCOORD, Joseph, Levi
and Miss Caroline McCOORD, all of Pittsford.

David REYNOLDS, a young married man who lives with his family at Bushnell's
Basin, three miles east of here, was seriously, if not fatally injured last
Saturday. He was in company with several men riding on a hand car on the R.
and E. Railroad near his home when he fell from the car and was thrown under
the wheels, breaking several ribs, inflicting scalp wounds and probably
causing internal injuries. He was attended by Dr. Walter W. CREWS of this
village.
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HAYNER - CRUMP

Charming Church Wedding at Pittsford United two Well-Known Young People

Pittsford, July 6 - A charming wedding was solemnized at 6 o'clock this
evening at the First Presbyterian Church, the contracting parties being
Christine BOUGHTON CRUMP and Burton Andrew HAYNER. The bride is the second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby G. CRUMP, and has always resided here, where
she is identified in church work, musical and social circles. She was
graduated from the Pittsford High school in class of 1894
(didn't get rest of article)
*******
PREACHED FAREWELL SERMON

Honeoye Falls, July 6 - At a union meeting held in the Presbyterian Church,
this village, Sunday evening, Rev. A. J. FUNNELL preached his farewell
sermon. Mr. FUNNELL has been with this church nearly four years and the
people much regret his departure this week for his new church and home in
Fenton, Mich.
*****

LOST A FINGER


Honeoye Falls, July 6 - Carl HAMMOND, an employee of the Wilcox House, met
with a painful accident while running the engine used for pumping water at
the hotel barns. In some manner his second finger on the right hand was
caught in the cogs. His finger was taken off at the second joint.
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SENECA

Hon. Diedrich Willers Ill

Varick, July 6 - Hon. Diedrich WILLERS is quite seriously ill at his home in
this village. Mr. WILLERS is seventy years of age and is well known
throughout this State, being a most active Democrat. He was secretary of
state in 1874-75, was deputy secretary of state for eight years, private
secretary to Governor SEYMORE in 1864, member of assembly for Seneca county
in 1878 and was supervisor from his town and chairman of the board in 1865
and 1866.
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BLEW OFF A FINGER

Lyons, July 6 - William SMITH, a ??? lad of 12 years, blew off the forefinger
of his left hand yesterday while experimenting with a dynamite cap. His ????
works for Charles H. PERKINS, clearing the Perkins tract in Galen. Dynamite
used in large quantities for blowing stumps. The lad got a cap yesterday and
it exploded while he was experimenting with it. Dr. M. E. CARMER was summoned
and dressed the hand.
********
WILLIAM CHAPIN SQUIRES

Dansville, July 6 - William Chapin SQUIRES, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron T.
SQUIRES, of this village, died at his home on Quay street this morning at 5
o'clock. He was 39 years old. He went to Arizona for his health last year and
returned last March. He belonged to one of the oldest families of this
village, his parents having lived here almost since childhood. Besides a
wife, an aged father and mother and a sister, Mrs. H. E. HUBBARD, all of this
village, survive him.
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