Klock Connections


From The Fulton Patriot

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
September 6, 1916

Klock – Information from Fox Creek last Wednesday conveyed the sad news of the death of Mrs. Hanna Shuler Klock at Three Mile Bay Aug. 24, aged 57 years. She was a sister of Mrs. Caroline Besser of this city.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, March 14, 1917

Miss Adeline Klock of Pulaski is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alexander on West Broadway.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
July 11, 1923
PALERMO

John Klock and Mrs. Wheaton attended the funeral of their niece.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, August 15, 1923

Donald Klock, age 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klock of Harrison street, fell from his bicycle on the East River road Saturday afternoon and fractured his left arm in two places. He was trying to avoid being hit by a passing car at the time the accident occurred. He was taken to the Lee Memorial Hospital for treatment.



Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, May 28, 1924
PALERMO

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Loonlis and family called on Mrs. Belle Wheaton on Sunday and also on John Klock.
Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, September 17, 1924

Local News

Mrs. Hannah Klock of Phoenix, died suddenly last Friday when visiting at the home of John Flowers at Mallory.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, February 24, 1926

Deaths in the County

John K. Klock, 72, died at his home near Shepard’s Corners, town of Schroeppel, Feb, 14


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, October 20, 1926


Social Life In This City For A Week
Thursday evening, Alderman C. E. Baldwin gave a stag dinner to some, of his friends at his home and the party had an enjoyable evening. At the smoker following the course diner, the host and guests arranged for the annual hunting trip to the Adirondack, starting Oct. 30th. The guests were Arthur Campbell, Enos Lamb, Victor. Baumester, Clinton
Klock, Richard F. Baker and George H. DeWolfe.


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, December 1, 1926

Donald Klock son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klock of Harrison street was operated upon for appendicitis at the Lee Memorial hospital last Friday, and is recovering in fine shape.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, December 21, 1926


Local Happenings

Donald Klock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klock of Harrison street, was operated upon for appendicitis at the Lee Memorial hospital last Friday, and is recovering in fine shape.


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, October 5, 1927
HINMANVILLE.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klock of Solvay, were Sunday guests at Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Whipple’s.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, June 16, 1930

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klock spent one day-last week at Aletha Wilcox’s.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday, July 9, 1930


Mr. and Mrs. Lon Loop and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klock visited at Althea Wilcox's on Sunday.


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Wednesday July 9, 1930


Mr. and Mrs. Lon Loop and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klock visited at Althea Wilcox's on Sunday.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, January 22, 1931

Deaths in the County

J. Frank Klock, 30, Central Square, Jan. 19.


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, January 8, 1931

Romains Klock, Parish, Dec. 31.
Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, February 16, 1933

Mrs. Rose Klock, 57, of 505 Harrison street, suffered a fracture of the right leg Monday evening, when she slipped on some ice and fell near her home. She was taken to the Lee Memorial hospital.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, June 28, 1934

The fire department was called to the home of Mrs. Fred Klock. 515 Harrison street, Monday
afternoon, where a smal1 fire was extinguished with little damage.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, September 26, 1935

WILLIAM MORTON TO WED

Mrs. M. Crouse Klock, of Syracuse, announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Barbara Link, to William Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert I. Morton of Academy street,
Fulton. Miss Ling is a graduate of Katherine Gibos school, Boston. Mr. Morton is a graduate of Dartmouth college and is now connected with the Onondaga Savings Bank.
The engagement was announced Saturday night at the Klock home.


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday January 9, 1936


MORTON-LINK WEDDING

Mr. and Mrs. M. Crouse Klock of Syracuse have issued invitations for the marriage of Mrs. Klock's daughter. Miss Barbara Link, to William Gilbert Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert I. Morton, Fulton. The wedding wi1l take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Klock at 8:30 Wednesday evening. Rev. Allan Hackett, pastor of the local Presbyterian church will perform the ceremony.
Miss Link will be attended by Mrs. Francis M. Truman as matron of honor and Miss Catherine Bartels as maid of honor. Bridesmaid’s wil1 be Mrs. John A Glen of Forest Hills, Ill. and Miss Margaret Solmon.
Lloyd Allen of Fulton will be best man. Ushers include John B. Link, brother of the bride-to be, Joseph Bennett of Fulton and George Kennedy of New York.
A reception will follow the ceremony, after which the couple will take a honeymoon trip. They will occupy an apartment until their new home on Hurbul road is finished.


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, January 16, 1936

Mrs. Robert J. Sloan, Jr. of 212 South Fourth street, was among the guest at a luncheon-bridge given last week in Syracuse by Miss Eloise Hanford in honor of Miss Barbara Link, daughter of Mrs. M. Crouse Klock, who on Wednesday evening, Jan. 22, will become the bride of William G. Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert I. Morton.


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, March 19, 1936


Deaths in the County

Percy L. Klock, Oswego, March 13.
Mrs. Mary E. Klock, 83, Central Square, March 13.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, January 21, 1937

Deaths in the County

Mrs. Elizabeth Klock Scott, 69, Mexico, Jan. 14.

Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, August 16, 1951
Deaths in the County

Mrs. Gerald Klock, 51, Parish, Aug. 9, at Syracuse


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, February 28, 1952

HELD ON GUN CHARGE

Taken into custody Saturday morning, Donald F. Klock, Jr., of 106 Oneida street, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a concealed weapon when he appeared before City Judge Maurice B. Conley later in the day. Judge Conley adjourned sentence until today and ordered Klock held in $500 bail.
According to police, a 32-caliber revolver was found on top of a bureau in a bedroom in Klock's apartment by Patrolman Eugene Thompson.


Fulton Patriot
Fulton, N.Y.
Thursday, April 29, 1954

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED

The engagement has been announced of Miss Rose Barbera, to Dean Klock, son of
Mrs. Margaret Klock of 515, Harrison st. Klock is employed by the General Electric Co. in Liverpool.
An early summer wedding is planned.

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