The following obituaries are from
"The Orleans Republican"
14 March 1928:
--Mrs. Jennie Preston PHILLIPS, aged eighty-two, died in Waterport last week.
--Mrs. Eleanor WING, aged eighty-four, died at her home near Holley last week. She leaves
two sons, Chas S. of Holley and W. Frank of Kendall: also one daughter, Mrs. Bert LEE of
--Richard BRUMSTEAD, caretaker of the Millville cemetery, dropped dead last week, aged
--Mrs. Louisa Diprose RAYNOR died in Rochester on Friday, aged fifty-seven years. She is
survived by her husband: one daughter, Mrs. Edward G. GODKIND; her father, Alfred H.
DIPROSE; three sisters, Mrs. George BATT of Albion; Mrs. George W. DIEM and Mrs. A. E.
CALEB of Albany, and three brothers, John T., George A., and William E. Diprose. The
Diprose family were former residents of Albion.
--John CLARK, brother of Thomas Clark of Albion, died in Lockport last week.
--Mrs. Kate B. GREEN died in Carlton Friday, aged sixty-eight years.
--Mrs. Mary GALARNEAU, died here on Friday in her daughter's home in North Main
Street. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Miller AKINS, of Albion, and two brothers, W. C. and
T. J. SULLIVAN of Albion.
--Mrs. Margaret GRIFFON died in Medina on Saturday.
--John MACK, aged sixty-six, died in Holley Thursday.
--James Tiffany DENNISTON, forty-nine years old, died Thursday at his home in Albion. He
has resided in this village twelve years while employed as electrician by the Rochester,
Lockport and Buffalo Railway Company. Mr. Denniston was born in Callicoon Center, Sullivan
County. N. Y. , Jan. 27, 1879. He leaves his wife, Clara Dennison [note spelling of last
name] of Albion; four daughters, Mrs. Morris CRAIG of Holley, Mrs. Clark MILLER of Albion,
Mrs. Mary and Ethel Dennison [note last name spelling again] of Albion; three [the rest of
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