Death Notices "K"
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Date Last Modified: August 13, 2001
Unknown Rochester(NY) Newspaper
Mrs. Betty K. Brennan, 42, of 135 Pomona Drive, Greece, wife of Robert W. Brennan, co-owner of Ancoma Cooling & Heating Inc. on Maple Street, died Monday night (Oct. 20,1969) in Strong Memorial Hospital after a years illness. Mrs. Brennan was a secretary at Haughton Elevator Co. befor her marriage. She was a graduate of St. Monicas' Parocial School and Nazareth Academy. She was a member of the Rosary Society of St. Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church, the Womens Guild of Cardinal Mooney High School and Craig Hill Country Club.
Rochester (New York) Union & Advertiser
February 5, 1914 (p.8; col. 6)
- Mrs. John Jarger died at the residence of her son, Charles Jarger, 87 Pembroke street, aged 86 years. Interment in Berlin, Ont.
Berlin News Record
Berlin (Kitchener) Ontario, Canada
February 5, 1914 - Page 11
Messrs. Herman and Julius Jaeger to-day received a telegram from their brother Charles, at Rochester, N.Y., announcing the death of their mother some time last night or this morning. No further paticulars were given.
Mrs. Jaeger was well known in Berlin having lived here for nearly 50 years, but for the past five or six years she had lived with her son Charles at Rochester, N.Y.
Her many friends here will be grieved to hear of her death. No funeral arrangements have yet been made, but the remains will be brought to Berlin.
Mrs. Jaeger was nearly 86 years of age, and leaves six sons, Henry, of Buffalo, N.Y., George of Kenmore, N.Y., Charles of Rochester, N.Y., Jacob of Charlottsville, Va., Herman and Julius of Berlin, one daughter, Mrs. John Schneider, of Tonawanda, N.Y.
It is expected the remains will reach here some time to-morrow.
Orleans Republic (Albion, New York)
January 30, 1935; page 8; Column 1
The funeral service for Mrs. Frances Marcieszwska, who died late Monday evening at Arnold Gregory Memorial Hospital, will be held at 9:00 a.m. Friday morning in St. Mary's Church. Burial is to be made in St. Josephs Cemetery.
Mrs. Marcieszwska, widow of the late Peter Marcieszwski, was taken to the hospital two weeks ago when she broke her hip in a fall in her home on More St.
She was born in Silesia in 1862 and following her marriage came to live in Albion 42 years ago. Of her 15 children, three duaghters and four sons survive her. They are Mrs. Veronica Kosowicz and Mrs. Katherine Borzdynski of Rochester, Mrs John Hutchinson, Albion, Dominic, Joseph, and Valentine, Albion and Konstantin, also leaves a brother, Peter Kwiatkowski of West Barre, 23 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
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