She was a woman of fine character and always took much pleasure in assisting neighbors when in trouble or ill. Having lived nearly a half century in Inkerman she was well known by every family and all feel deeply grieved at her death. She was a devout Catholic and before St. Mark’s Church was erected in Inkerman she and her husband could be seen winding their way to Pittston to attend early mass in St. John’s Church.
The following children survive. Mrs. John Gill of Parsons. Michael, who lives at Wilkes-Barre and Matthew at home. One sister in Virginia and one sister in Ireland also survive. The funeral will be held on Wednesday morning with a solemn requiem mass in St. Mark’s Church, Inkerman, at 9 30 and interment in St. John’s Cemetery, Pittston.
The Wilkes-Barre Record - May 6, 1912
After the services were conducted in the church the funeral procession proceeded to St. John's cemetery in this city, where interment was made. The following acted as pall bearers: Michael and Joseph Nolan, Thomas and Richard Gill, James Connelly and Michael Gannon. The first four are grandchildren of the deceased.
Times Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) - May 8, 1912
|Death Date||May 4, 1912|
|Cause of Death||"can't read"|
|Location||Jenkins Township, Luzerne County, PA|
|Burial Date||May 7, 1912|
|Cemetery||St. John's Cemetery|
|Undertaker||J Donnelly, Pittston, Pa.|
|Informant||Matthew Nolan, Inkerman Pa.|
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