Vol VIII no. 19 Thursday April 7, 1887
Two Old Residents of Olean Pass Over the Dark River
John Brickell, for the past 34 years a respected resident of
this city, died at his home on Tompkins street this morning, of heart
disease, aged 72 years. He leaves a wife, three sons and three
daughters. All of his sons reside in Portland, Oregon, two of his
daughters in Missouri and the other in Kansas. Notice of the funeral
will be given hereafter.
Mrs. Eliza Sullivan, for 32 years a resident of Olean, died at the Erie depot last night at the remarkable age of 102 years. She leaves several married sons and daughters, who reside in Olean. The funeral will be held at the Catholic church at 10 o'clock Friday morning.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Wescott of Sullivan street is dead.
John Priest, aged 45 of State street, died Saturday evening, of heart disease. He leaves a wife. The funeral took place Monday morning from the Catholic church.
Helen, the infant daughter of Daniel Leonard and wife, of the Windfall road, died Saturday of pneumonia, aged 7 months. The remains were taken to Farmersville Monday morning via the B.N.Y. & P. railroad, for interment.
Mrs, Dora Ramsdell of Henley street, died Sunday night of consumption, aged 35 years. She leaves several children. Notice of funeral hereafter.
Anna Sharpe, of this city, was on Tuesday granted an absolute divorce from her husband, George D. Sharpe.
Mr. Harvey Smith, father of Mrs. H. K. White, died at his home in Springville last week, aged 82 years. A great many years ago Mr. Smith resided in Hinsdale. He was a very estimable man and had been a member of the Methodist church for 62 years.
William Martin is in Binghamton to attend the funeral of his mother.