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Deyo - plates at is DANIEL B. DEYO DIED SUDDENLY Well...
plates at is DANIEL B. DEYO DIED SUDDENLY Well Known Lawyer, Clerk of the Ulster County Court, Expired at His Home Monday Afternoon. some attacked DAMfcL B. more seri-. Daniel B. Deyo, for Ulster county surro-1 solemn Mass three'guards- CQ djed guddenl ;\i on day' fered for the at h i s h n m p ' . . - . - . Sunday. Washington avenue, f O 1 years Xo. 207 Mr. Deyo was a son Dr. Abram Deyo of Gardiner, of the late! for many years was one of the ing physicians of southern Ulster, and was a direct lineal descendant of Christian Deyo, who wus one a the original settlers and patentees!**' 0 of New Paltz. j and Mrs. Jesse He was born at Newburgh and cl . I " ' ife was s P ent on-the farm of h i b.. grandfather, Daniel Bevier, in I the town of Gardiner. His education greatest He in the common schools was contin- pose e j u e d at the Fort lid ward Who was Ul £ n SUI 'V Mas s will be t U1 £ ter , Bounty. Hg was " O f hi s so,,! to the bar in 18S6 and rive e on Ue had practiced his profes- Shore tram figure in Institute at Fort Edward. N. Y., from which he was graduated in 1882. After his graduation, Mr. Deyo came to Kingston and began the restudy of law in the oflice of J u sion in this city. ^ - --.-- --·· n . , m e n t in St. For a time Mr. Deyo first clerk of the surrogate's court -- " = - " , clei . K of t n e Surr0 g ate ' s c o u r t un . His der the late Surrogate Charles d e n t5 and and later under Surrogate Walter records N. Gill. He was serving as forty- Iv^ S that court at the time of his d having been appointed, by S u r George-F. K a u f m a n . During the years'1S93, 1S!M and t i i d 1896 Mr. Deyo was counsel of the was board of supervisors. In lcS9;i he son of «as appointed United States com- raissioner for the Southern district ilnf) of New York and held that position At the time of hi s death. riding with Politically Mr. Deyo was a Re- publican and for several years was secretary of the Ulster county Re- publican committee. He attended many conventions of his party as delegate and always was an a d h party worker. dred, wife of Dr. Vern L. Cowan . » . _ _ _ * . _ him. ne also survived by one brother. A b r a m Deyo, of Gardiner, and Mr. Deyo married Mary Emma borne of West Somers, AYestchp^ter county, daughter of J. Allen Os- borne, who with one daughter M sister, Cornelia, wife of Mauric e W. -- * . . _ . . . . c i**ir»m -wrM n r t l» f\ n/\llnne*nrl El-tinge, of thi s city. Th e funeral will 'take place from his. late residence on .Thursday h . acl mnrni^o- ,t n ,,·,,!,,,,!, .,,,,i ,i, .,, morning at 11 o'clock and th e re- ' b e taken to t h VPW Ma '- " from mains Paltz Cemetery for interment." . . . Millett studied

Clipped from The Kingston Daily Freeman02 Jan 1923, TuePage 1

The Kingston Daily Freeman (Kingston, New York)02 Jan 1923, TuePage 1
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