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New York County New York Obituaries Extracted From The New York Tribune, New York, NY, 1895

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1895 Obituaries from The New York Tribune in New York, New York County New York.

BURDITT, Judge L. I. Obituary, May 20, 1895

Jacksonville, Fla., March 19 (Special). - Judge L. I. Burditt, of Cooperstown, N.Y., died here early this morning He was eighty-four years old, and senility is assigned as the cause of his death. He was a wealthy and influential resident of Cooperstown, where he had lived nearly all his life. Four years ago he purchased a winter home in this city, and since then spent his winters here, a daughter and a niece being with him. The body will be sent to Cooperstown tomorrow morning. [New York Tribune, New York, NY - Wednesday, May 20, 1895.]

BURGESS, Maria G. Obituary, Oct. 15, 1895

DIED. Suddenly, on Sunday, October 13, at 12 S. Munn ave., East Orange, N. J., Maria G., wife of the late John H. Burgess. Funeral services will be held at 12 S. Munn ave. on Wednesday, at 4 p.m. Interment at Cooperstown, N.Y., on Thursday. [New York Tribune, New York, NY - Tuesday, October 15, 1895.]

DAVIS, Elizabeth B., Obituary

Death Of Mrs. Elizabeth Birdsall Davis
Mrs. Elizabeth Birdsall Davis, of Cortland, who died last Sunday morning at the home of her nephew, John W. Hawes, No. 125 North Broad st., in Peekskill, was the daughter of William Birdsall and Ann Hawes, a granddaughter of Solomon Hawes of Peekskill, and a great-granddaughter of Peletiah Hawes, who settled in Dedham or Wrentham, Mass., about 1624. She was also the great-granddaughter of Daniel William Birdsall, who built and lived in the old Main St., Peekskill, headquarters of Generals Washington and Lafayette. She was born in Peekskill on August 3, 1824. She was married on November 23, 1842, to P. Bacon Davis of Norwich, Chenango County, this state. Mr. Davis was a lineal descendant of Stephen Hopkins the Rhode Island signer of the Declaration of independence. Mr. Davis removed, after a few years, to Cortland, where he practised law, and was a prominent and influential man. Mrs Davis leaves three sons, the eldest Deforest, a merchant in Gallion, Ohio; James, a farmer at McLean, and Charles H., a photographer in this city. [New-York Tribune. (New York, NY), April 17, 1895]