William T. Corridon obituary

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KEWPORT MEROURY'AND WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, DROPS HOME Had Just Newport 61 Years, Thought rcrlod of Ser- Count ry- town clerk of past 62 years and · oldest town continuous ser- died last Fri on \Vo=t Main He had not been health for severa been attending to the same thor characterized to the town.' Hi his residence for In the year, b'J to bi clerk's office been 81 years ok Mr. Chase was a Newport, whei a peculiar feelin; He called Charle was near by, t home In Middle did so, an ab!e to walk fron house, but droppe Dr. Set summoned, and pro a special mectln ILLIAM CORRIDON, WELL KNOWN RESIDENT, DEAD eceased Was Born In Newport And Was Engaged In Farming In Late Years William Corrldon, who for sev- ral years had conducted a small arm on Van Zandt avenue, died uddenly last Tnursday afternoon, an affection of tue heart. He was xm in Newport, a son of the ate John and Mary Corrldon; at- ended the public schools, and then ngaged in the livery stable bust- ess with his brother Dennis, and ater in farming. He Is survived y a brother, Frank Corridon; a ormer well knowa pitcher connected with league base ball clubs; vho now resides In New York; two liters, Misses Josephine andCath- ·rine Corridon of this city; three lephcws, Regis, John and llay- mond Corrldon, and six nieces-- ilrs. Virginia Dewick of this city and Misses Adelaide, Frances, Gcr- aldir.e, Natalie and Evelyn Corrt- don of Syracuse, N. Y. · The funeral of William T. Cor Idon. son of the late John H. am lary Corrldon took p'.aca .Monday i:orning from his late residence ·n Van Zandt avenue to St. Jo cphs Church, where a solemn ifgh mass o f ' requiem was cele (rated by the Rev John J. Me Laughlin. The pastor, the Rev. Ed vard A. Higney, was deacon, an .he Rev. Raymond F. Murphy sub deacon. Interment was in St. Co' umba'o cemetery, where the com mittal service was read by ' th : tcv. Edward A.'Higr.ey. Th earers were Regis Corrldon Raj mond Corridon, George Peckhan Joseph Sullivan, Cornelius Sull. van and Patrick Galvln. HARLES P. WILLIAMS PIED SUDDENLY TODAY] 'as Well Known Through Activities With Horse Show 'as Associated With Several Char- itable and Other Organiza- tions In City. Charles Phclps Williams, well nown in this city through his »c- ivltlcs with the Newport Horso how and his association with aev ral charitable and other organlza- ,ons died suddenly early Tuesday corning at his residence on Red Cross avenue. He was stricken dur- ig the nlgol, and died 33on after medical aid had Dsen called. Mr. Villiams had made his residence here the past 10 years, during ·hlch time r.e was active in severe' organizations. He was bo.-n In Stonltigton, Conn. :une 15, JSb'7, a son of the lat Charles Pheips W.illiams and Geor gia Babcock Williams of that town vith which his family had been dentif.ed for years. In 1SS9 he mar ried Mi=s EHzabclh Brooks, daugh .nnual Reception Classes Three iual Art Tuesday for Incoming College Le Brun Francis L. Whitman, ott, Mrs. Walter B. Luce, Mrs. Arthur B. and Miss the Mrs. E. Bertram MacMaster ushers Johnston, Mecleary, Edward the Hoffman Members of and Miss daughter Hugh afternoon Wilson Mrs. alLsville, ceremony Island bride's R . l j S. N., being the

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  1. Newport Mercury,
  2. 30 Aug 1935, Fri,
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