Margaret Riggers Ashdown Obituary

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Margaret Riggers Ashdown Obituary - Local Death Record , stanton William i Pearl...
Local Death Record , stanton William i Pearl street died at Kingston i'taii o n ^ - t «.^-- -- ---l ---l ( - |HospIu! this morning after a Hnser- ,'ing Illness. Prior to being s' rlc «f" |Mr. Kuchii was ffniployed b} TM e - de-' was man Leonard, ^"^"VoVn Kuehn; his mother,' have not ^ Gertrude M. Kuehn and two writer .j '|, erSi Ronald of U'oodliaven. L. , and William K u e h n of Kingston. Leon- :j.- ull eral arrangements have not been imade. nor- ; MrJ A r a belle Smith died at her 'home on Washburn Terrace. Sauger- there ; tles .Monday night, in the S b t h year her ago. Deceased Is s u r v i v e d by Mrs. George Webster of _-id Mrs. Margaret Finger ntown; and one nephew, Whitney of Albany. She resident of the town all h a t e W . ; t w o « « prom (f me °[ TM notn- ^ beon me - gt her ,, fe| j, av | ng been born at As- ' -- - to- that ,,,,... Mrs. Smith had been a mem- . ber' of the Congregational Church ' f o r several years. The funeral and burial lakes place on Thursday afler- uoon. i Adolphus Doncourl, a well known 'resident, died al his home In 1'alen- |ville on M o n d a y . Mr. Doncourt, who for many years was a contractor and .builder, moved from Flushing, L. I., i t o Palenville in 1921 and has resided or of i there ever since. He was a man hishly esteemed by all who knew ' h i m . The survivors are his wife, I A n t o i n e t t e T. Doncourt, of Flushing: Flushing: three grandchildren 1 . Helen E. Uonconrt, Carlton Adolphus Doncourt Doncourt and Emily E. Doncourt, all of f l u s h i n g ; two brothers, J o h n H. Doncourt and Augustus D o n c o u r t : ful member of St. Joseph's % She leaves a son, John Krusher, daughter, Mrs. William Atbdown, grandchildren, two sisters. Ma". Boeving of Pranldtn Square, L. i'l and Mrs. John Offerman, residing |'J the town of UlEler. The funeral «| be held from the late liome on AlJ bany avenue extension Friday inornJ Ing at 9 o'clock and 9:30 al st Joveph'B Church, where a requi Mass wlll be offered for the repose Internieul will b e ^ i n t_, family plol in St. -Mary's cemetery! Tho funeral of Mrs. Daniel Noble, who died on Saturday ia !t , was held from the late home, 4, Hasbrouck avenue, this morning 9:30 o'clock Ihenco to St. Mary'e Church, where .at 10 o'clock 5 solemn Mass of requiem was offered for tho repose of her soul by ihe Rev. James P. Moore, as celebrant, Hi Rev. Edmund T. Meehan, as deacon and tho Rev. btephan J. McMenamln,' as sub-deacon. St. Mary's children's choir, under the direction of William Leavy, and augmented t; the voice of Thomas Dolan, sang thi responses during the Mass,' and at the conclusion Mr. Dolan renderec "Thy Will Bo Done." Tuesday eve- nlng St. -Mary's Branch, L. C. B. A. No. 266, led by .Mrs. Joseph F. Sul- llvan, visited Ihe late home and re- clled the Holy Rosary for Iheir de parted member anu Ihis mornln: met at Ihe church and acted as ai honorary escort. There was a pro. fusion of b e a u t i f u l floral tribute from a host of sorrowing relatives and friends, together with u ' n u of spiritual bouquets in the form o Mass cards, which were placed nea Uie casket. The casket bearers were Edward M. Oillon. Thomas J. Noonan ond a sister. TA i n n i e A. Lane. Mr. of tha Donconrt was a member of the Ma- Masonic a bhlnto ^..^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ Wei|nesday seen a f t e r n o o n . Interment 'Cemetery, Catskill. Mrs. Margaret Jefferson . .. . ,, Riggers Krueher, wife of the late David Krusher. died In Tuesday afte: the . Francis P. Gallagher, Harold A. San ford, Joseph A. Noble and Charles M. Dunne. The large funeral corteg« was accompanied to St. Mary's cemetery cemetery by the uev. E d m u n d T. .Meehan, who pronounced the final absolution at the grave as the body was laid to rest in the family plot. Skura's Hearing Adjourncrt. I'eter Skura of Third avenue was 13 ga w i t h disorderly conduct, qkura was admitted to S200 illness. She former!"lived'!arrested this morning on a Island and came to this city 20 years! su'orn out by his mother charging ago and bought a farm on Albany : j lel . avenue extension. By her fine: ^^ devotion to i , , a r f i n i i r n p r i until the . ne| . f a m ,, V i she had made m a n y | b ^ TM d tlle h e a r l n g a «°" rnetl u ° w friends. She had Ions been a faith-! next week in police court. --. trl it

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  1. The Kingston Daily Freeman,
  2. 15 Jun 1932, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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