Hemlock - Henry McCrossen, one of our former townsmen, died at the residence of his son-in-law, Squier Coykendall, at Brighton, last Monday.
The funeral was held at the Methodist church in this place on Wednesday, the interment being in the cemetery at Canadice.
Henry McCrossen, whose death is referred to in the Hemlock Lake correspondce, was a man who had a great many friends in Livingston and Ontario counties, he was the father of Mrs. A. C. Canung of this village.
Canadice - Mrs. Henry McCrossen died at the residence of Levi Coykendall last week Thursday night of pneumonia, after a sickness of two weeks, at the age of 69.
For two or three years she had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Coykendall, now of Lima, and was visiting at Levi Coykendall’s when attacked by the illness that proved fatal in spite of the tenderest care.
Mrs. McCrossen had lived in the town of Canadice, within half a mile of where she died, nearly all her life.
She leaves a husband, four sons and four daughters - Mrs. Squier Coykendall of Rochester, Mrs. A. C. Ganung of this village, Mrs. E. E. Coykendall of Lima, and Mrs. Stephenson of the town of Richmond.
The funeral was held from the Levi Coykendall’s at 2 o’clock Tuesday, after three postponements on account of the storm, the Rev. Mr. Burr officiating.
The death of this estimable lady carries sorrow to many homes.