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FUNERAL OF LONG - TIME FRISCO EMPLOYE HELD The funeral of Thomas licKtnny, one of the first men to work for the old Atlantic pacific, later tha Frisco railway, in Bpringfleld. was held yesterday at lnxnaoulate Conception Conception church. Tbe sermon was by Her. Father W. B. Brophy, who waa at his bst. Mr. MoNerney was bora at County Clare, Ireland, In IMS. and came to America with his parsnts when he was I years ' old. Ha was reared m Chicago. He later waa employed at St. Louis and then at I'aciric When the railroad shops w - re established established here, he moved to Sprinrfleld and went to work as a machinist. That was t years ago. He Waa mired mired at the age of f?. for the past several years, the dceent had made his home with a daughter, Mrs. W. P. Magee, of lUt North Jefferson avenue. Bei1e Mrs. luee a son and two i 4ihtrs eurrive. Tiir are B. J. MoNerney of Taft, Cel., Wrs. .r 1 F tteren of Tivenworth. Kas, snd V I - '' : a V - .' - erney ot ran J j - e,

Clipped from The Springfield News-Leader06 Dec 1922, WedPage 1

The Springfield News-Leader (Springfield, Missouri)06 Dec 1922, WedPage 1
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